Do you have a special interest in counselling? We may have the group for you!
Do you have a special interest in a counselling topic at all?
Are you a member of tPCA or PCT Scotland (or want to become one? Remember - student memberships for tPCA are free!)?
If the answer to either of those questions is 'yes' or 'maybe' then we may have something for you.
tPCA has a number of small groups set up that focus on various areas of person-centred counselling. Some are designed as research-based, some are support-based and some are a mixture of both (or something else).
We currently facilitate the following groups (click here to see more about each group and the contact emails):
A group for research into the PCA
A disabilities support group (in conjunction with PCT Scotland) for anyone with disabilities (including neurodivergence)
An education and training group
A gender, sexuality and relationship diversity group
A students' group
A trauma group (this group is currently full but visit the link above if you'd like to be added to the group when a space becomes available)
A non-pathologising group
A race, culture and ethnicity group (currently in need of a new facilitator. Is this you?)
Women contributors to the PCA
A group for those interested in working on our quarterly magazine.
Wider applications of the person-centred approach.
Most of these groups aim to meet roughly 4-6 weekly on Zoom and those involved say it gives them a lovely sense of community. We'd love you to join us in these groups if you're interested! They are only open to members of tPCA but if you're a member you'd be more than welcome!