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Dr Tim Cooke 

Academic and Professional Tutor

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Dr Tim Cooke is Academic and Professional Tutor within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

I am an HCPC registered, practising educational psychologist, employed by Southampton Psychology Service, from which I am seconded to work three days a week as an Academic and Professional Tutor on the Doctoral Programme in Educational Psychology. Before that, I worked for Hampshire Educational Psychology Service for 13 years, holding a variety of positions, centred around my interest in emotional and behavioural development. I then worked for four years for Maybo, a training and consultancy firm specialising in conflict management. In 2011, I took up my post at Southampton Psychology Service.

I have interests in the application of positive psychology to help adults and children achieve their potential; in the impact of belonging on social, emotional and academic development; in the application of the social information processing model to inform supportive interventions; in the application of the cybernetic model of self-control; in exploring the impact of a sense of belonging on student outcomes, and in particular in the use of mental contrasting and implementation intentions to improve social, emotional and academic outcomes.

In my role as Academic and Professional Tutor I lead some of and coordinate all of the academic input for the first year trainees on the three year Doctoral programme.

Dr Tim Cooke
Building 44 Highfield Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number : 44/3085

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