Here you can find some links to learn more about the Person-Centred Approach in the UK and world wide.
Allan Turner's Person Centred Website
This website contains a wide collection of Person/Client-centred material put together and made available by Allan Turner. It contains a wide collection of PCA links and a fasinating collection of papers by distinguished Person-centred authors. It was the world's first Person-Centred website.
Association for Person Centred Creative Arts
The person-centred approach to creative arts is one that believes that creativity is vital, and that promotes empathy, non-directivity, self expression and creativity in the therapeutic use of arts. This includes drawing and painting, working with a sand tray, clay or other materials, guided imagery, drama, movement, puppets, poetry and story.
The Association for Person Centred Therapy Scotland (PCT Scotland) is an organisation of person-centred counsellors and psychotherapists based throughout Scotland. Our focus is to support the person-centred approach in general and the membership in particular in pursuing their interests related to the approach, including the provision of their counselling services to the wider public.
Peter F. Schmid
This site is an international person-centred resource maintained by Peter F. Schmid. It displays: what is new in the person-centred and experiential world; list of and links to international events; books, papers and audiovisual materials; Carl Rogers' complete bibliography and a PC bibliography with more than 7000 titles.
The Person-Centred Approach Network
The Person-Centred Approach Network (PCAN) exists to provide opportunities for people to experience temporary Person-Centred Communities. The gatherings are not led or facilitated and have no formal structure except for conditions required by the venue e.g. meals. There is a commitment to creating an environment of the Core Conditions: where individuals are accepted and valued, where we each strive for empathy and authenticity. Since there is no-one 'in charge', each member of the group is able to take personal responsibility. It is an opportunity for self-exploration of, for example, your relationship with personal power. The gatherings can be challenging, exciting and deeply moving.
United Kingdom Association of Humanistic Psychology Practioners
UKAHPP is a professional membership and accreditation organisation for counsellors, therapists and humanistic practitioners in related fields. We are truly an Association - run by and for our members - providing practical support and ethical codes which all members subscribe to.