Meet Scot

Scot Cooper

Scot Cooper, RP -Project Lead

Pronouns: (he/him)

In practice since 1998, Scot is a Registered Psychotherapist, international trainer and consultant in brief therapy and narrative community practice. He formed Brief Narrative Practices in 2012 to provide a portal to personalized post-graduate specialty training and consultation in brief narrative therapy.

Scot is a Manager of the Child and Youth Mental Health Services at a children’s mental health centre where he oversees the clinical team, practices, supervises the quick access/walk-in clinic, and students.  From 2002-2012 Scot was an external training and research faculty member at the Hincks-Dellcrest Institute (now Sickkids Centre for Community Mental Health Learning Institute) providing brief therapy workshops in Canada and abroad and teaching in the year-long brief and narrative therapy extern program.  He has assisted to co-develop several international conferences focused on contemporary brief therapy development.  

Scot’s teaching spans a range of contexts and he provides specialized consultation in regards to brief service delivery. His most recent publications include the book Brief Narrative Practice in Single-Session Therapy (2024, Routledge), the co-editing of the book, Masters of Narrative and Collaborative Therapies: The voices of Andersen, Anderson, and White (2011 Routledge Publishing), and the articles, Brief narrative practice at the walk-in clinic: The rise of the counterstory (2014) and Quality assurance at the walk in clinic: Process, outcome and learning (2013) both in the International Journal of Narrative Therapy & Community Work.  His high energy and engaging style makes for an interactive, lively learning experience. 


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