Michael Nichols

Michael Nichols

Professor of Psychology
Country: USA

Content:
  1. Biography of Michael Nichols
  2. Education
  3. Career
  4. Authorship
  5. Current Role

Biography of Michael Nichols

Michael P. Nichols is a professor of psychology and currently serves as an adjunct professor of psychology at the College of William & Mary. He is actively involved in research and supervises family therapy at the college.

Education

Michael P. Nichols received his bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin and his PhD from the University of Rochester.

Career

For three decades, Michael has studied, practiced, taught, conducted research, and published works on the subject of marital and family therapy. He has worked alongside other renowned leaders in the field, including Murray Bowen and Salvador Minuchin.

Authorship

Michael Nichols has authored numerous journal articles and popular textbooks, including "Family Therapy: Concepts and Methods." His list of books also includes "The Self in the System," "No Place to Hide: Facing Shame," "The Lost Art of Listening," "Family Healing" (with Salvador Minuchin), and "Inside Family Therapy."

Current Role

Currently, Dr. Nichols serves as an adjunct professor of psychology at the College of William & Mary, where he actively participates in family therapy research and supervision.

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