Stewart Cooper, director of counseling services and professor of psychology at Valparaiso University, recently was presented a lifetime achievement award from the Association of University and College Counseling Center.
The association annually recognizes member achievements that exemplify excellence in the national promotion of campus mental health. This award recognizes Cooper’s service to the AUCCCD and leadership in the field of university counseling and college centers at the national level.
Cooper joined Valparaiso University’s faculty in 1987. He oversees the campus Counseling Center as well as the Alcohol and Drug Education and Sexual Assault Awareness and Facilitative Education offices. He is also a professor within the psychology department with responsibilities primarily with its graduate clinical mental health program.
Cooper has authored five books and numerous book chapters and journal articles. His research has focused on the application of theoretical and multivariate perspectives and methods to a number of diverse counseling psychology topics.
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