PCE SYMPOSIUM LAUSANNE 2016
April 15, 2016 - April 17, 2016
GROWING A PERSON CENTERED SOCIETY IN EUROPE
15-17 April 2016
Second European Symposium of Person Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling
Please consider joining the 2nd European PCE Symposium
Participants coming from 12 different countries already registered: Austria, Belgium, Czechia, France, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, UK.
Deepening our Understanding of the Person, by Judy Moore (UK) & Jean-Marc Randin (Switzerland)
Panel on PCE Leadership, with Margaret Hannah (UK), Columbus Salvesen (Norway) & Eva Solla?rova? (Slovakia)
Community Meetings will take place on Friday and Saturday at the end of the day.
Very diverse lectures and workshops will be proposed by presenters from all over Europe: Ivan Ellingham (UK), Chaja Kaufmann (The Netherlands), Veniamin Kolpachnikov (Russia), Daniel Levasseur (Switzerland), Karin Macke & Gabriele Hasler (Austria), Ozana Nit?ulescu (Romania), Jean-Marc Priels & Idriss Gabel (Belgium), Willi Ro?ss (Czechia), Anne Prongue? Salvade? (Switzerland), Peter Schmid (Austria), Susan Stephen & Catherine Cowie (UK), Gerhard Stumm (Austria), Dariusz Tkaczyk & Joanna Kaczmarek (Poland), Catalina Woldarsky Meneses (Canada), Irina Yakimanskaya (Russia).
The program encompasses the variety of the PCE fields:
The Saturday keynote session will present PCA and Focusing and both Rogers’ and Gendlin’s theories and practices will be addressed.Presentations include emotion-focused therapy, pre-therapy, expressive therapy, experiential symbolic assertiveness in the context of trauma.
A film entitled “Snoezelen – A World of Sense” (a multisensory way to create contact with persons with special needs) will be presented.
Many other themes are part of the program including the challenging issue of immigration in Europe and a final panel about concrete examples of PCE in management and leadership.
Through this diverse program, we wish to present rich experience with PCE applications in changing specific environments, and beyond to use the space created to stress the potential of PCE to change the world on all possible levels in a way Rogers used to be criticized as being naive.