Association pour le développement de l'Approche Centrée sur la Personne selon Carl Rogers.
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Association pour le développement de l'Approche Centrée sur la Personne selon Carl Rogers.
This is the only Person-Centred Association that can boast that Carl Rogers was a member!. Mostly annual meeting, mostly in the USA. They have occasional visits to the UK. Newsletter, Journal are membership all available on this link.
It will be hosted at Coventry again (if you would like us to host one in an area near to you and can suggest a suitable location, please email LJ with your suggestions. They will be glad to look into other locations across the UK).
The first encounter group was held in February, with a mixure of counsellors, trainees, and people who are person-centered or interested in the approach but who are not working in counselling. We had a mixture of BAPCA members and non-members there, and the day was a delight. Several of us found it very moving to be part of.
“In such a group the individual comes to know himself and each of the others more completely
than is possible in the usual social or working relationships.” (Carl R. Rogers, 1969)
Opening up to individual members is the first step of PCE Europe to live up to our name"European Network..." not only at the level of organisations but also at the level of living persons. And of course a core part of our approaches is to encounter each other. Consequently PCE Europewants to create a framework that facilitates contact and exchange between our international colleagues – the “Encounter Group of PCE Europe”.
What is it?
An opportunity for our community to meet. We think of this space as a frame where we can meet as a group and then know each other individually at a deeper level and in a more personal way.
We are aware that our community grows and an encounter group where we can come together and share ourselves, where we can listen, collaborate and create a community is something we want to keep an eye on.
We are thinking of monthly or quarterly online encounters over two hours via Zoom. If theopportunity arises, e.g. during a symposium, face-to-face encounters may also be possible.Let's start and find our way together....
10th of September 2021
18:30 - 20:30 Portugal, UK
19:30 - 21:30 Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary,Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland
20:30 - 22:30 Romania, Greece, Russia
16th of October 2021
09:00 - 11:00 Portugal, UK
10:00 - 12:00 Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary,Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland
11:00 - 13:00 Romania, Greece, Russia
If you are interested please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to coming together with you!
Leonore Langner (Austria)
Bettina Fleischmann (Austria)
Arina Dogaru (Romania)
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Specialises in streaming counselling & psychotherapy events live to the internet so that CPD can be accessed from the comfort of your home. They work with conferences and offer regular virtual events for online audiences accross the world.
In a time of COVID-19, making connection seems more important than ever. Speaking for myself, as a person living in a town where I don't know many people, I don't have a wide network of local people to call on, so Zoom has become my lifeline. Literally, in terms of both my salaried job and my private practice, but also in terms of my sanity. My weekly saturday night 'Jay's pub quiz' (on youtube - can highly recommend as a stream through one zoom account with several of you taking part against each other) and my sunday afternoon crafting group full of deep intense conversation, as well as lots of calm silence and general hilarity have brought me through my weekend and kept me going through my week.
As far as work has gone, it's been a case of 'doing the work' really. I haven't had that sense of 'connection' since leaving the town where I started my local local group - for reasons of complexity, I did not manage to join the local group that is running where I have moved to and it has been something I missed. With that in mind, I offered to start an 'online local group' for tPCA and we have now run twice (and probably three times by the time you read this). We have talked about how we feel about moving to online work, the effects of covid on us and on our work, as well as more general and more specific topics relevant to each of us, whose confidentiality I won't break here.
We are an open group, and welcome all with an interest in the person-centered approach. The group meets on the first saturday of every month from 10.30-12.30. We are very flexible about people leaving, so if you can make the first hour but not the second, please also feel free to come along. Just click the link. Or better still, add us to your electronic diary as an event that repeats on the first saturday of the month and click that link:
Over the last year, it has become clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on life for many people internationally. We don’t yet know how the impact of social distancing guidelines, the stress of the pandemic on relationships will have on people over time. This study aims to look at Love and mattering in a time of Covid.
We are seeking adults living in the UK who are willing to complete a survey andshare some of their thoughts in the survey about their perceptions and experiences of the impact of the Covid 19 lockdowns on their romantic or other relationships, they describe as loving relationships. The survey includes questions about mattering, covid related anxiety, compassion, affection, closeness, and commitment in love relationships. There is also an opportunity to briefly free list or describe your thoughts on Love and the impact Covid has had on you and your relationship/s.
To learn more and take part, please visit https://www.yorksj.ac.uk/news/2021/love-in-the-time-of-covid/ and the study webpage https://tinyurl.com/covidandlove
PCCS Books is a publisher of counselling and psychotherapy books and journals that is dedicated to the Person-Centred Approach and Client-Centred Therapy. It is committed to reflexive, radical and critical contemporary psychology theory and practice.
PCCS Books Events and Conferences
A list of Events and Conferences Listed on the PCCS books website
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.
Person-Centred Trainers’ Conference 2021
(Covid-safe procedures will be used throughout the venue)
1st- 3rd July 2021
The Hays Conference Centre, Swanwick, Alfrerton, Derbyshire DE55 1AU
Open to new and experienced teachers, from introductory to Masters levels.
The conference programme includes a range of workshops from well-known and yet-to-be-known presenters such as Rachel Freeth, Sheila Haugh, Ivan Ellingham, Val Watson, Seb Heid and Sarah Henry. Topics include Assessment, Effective trainers, How to talk about psychiatry and mental health, GSDR – the training you wish you’d had… and more!
The Person-Centred Association (tPCA) is supporting this event and members of tPCA will benefit from a reduction in the conference fee if booked by the early bird (EB) deadline of 1st May 2021.
FULL CONFERENCE RESIDENTIAL 2021
FULL CONFERENCE NON-RESIDENTIAL 2021
DAY RATE 2021 FRIDAY 2ND JULY
There is an additional option of attending a small pre-conference supervision group focussed on how we facilitate course groups OR an unfacilitated encounter group. Each group will meet on Wednesday 30th June from 5pm –10 pm with a break for dinner, and on Thursday morning 9.30 – 12.30. The additional cost will be £105 if booked by 1/5 and £125 after, including accommodation, dinner, breakfast and lunch.
The tPCA is funding a small number of bursaries to help towards the cost of full residential
(2pm Thurs 1st - 2pm Sat 3rd July).To apply please contact email@example.com
To request a booking form please contact Ewa firstname.lastname@example.org
tPCA Conference 18th September 2021
"What, for you, is at the
Heart of the Person-Centred Approach?"
To be held over Zoom and hosted in conjunction with Onlinevents
Open to all members and non-members of tPCA at a self-nominated fee.
We hope you will join us for what we hope to be our 1st in a series of conferences on Saturday 18th September 10am (GMT+1). The conference programme includes a day of interviews and conversations with well-known writers and collaborators from within the approach, including interviews with Sheila Haugh, Margaret Warner, Dion Van Werde and a conversation between Divine Charura and Colin Lago.
Order of the day, with questions and answers from attendees:
10:00 am. John Wilson from Onlinevents with virtual housekeeping
10:15am - 10:45. Introductions Janet Tolan and Seb Heid
10:45 - 12:00. Sheila Haugh interviewed by Janet Tolan
12noon - 1pm. Lunch
1pm-1:15pm Afternoon Introduction
1:15pm-2:30pm. Dion Van Werde interviewed by Seb Heid
2:15pm - 2:30pm. Break
2:45 - 4pm. Colin Lago and Divine Charura in conversation
4pm - 4:15pm. Break
4:15pm - 5.30pm. Margaret Warner interviewed by Janet Tolan
5:30pm - 6:00pm Wrap up and community time
We really hope to see you there!
This Conference will be recorded and you can use the ticket function to pre-purchase the recording for £9.99 before the event. This will be useful for colleagues who are not able to attend the event live and also for those who attend the event live and want to watch it again. Indicative fee for the Conference is £45. Sales end on 18 Sep 2021.
CPD Certificates available for attendees. PCCs Books discount available to attendees.
PCCS books are offering a copy of Black Identities + White Therapies to one lucky attendee.
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.
This is a message from our friends at PCE Europe regarding the annual conference of VVCEPC (Flemish Association of Client-centred and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling in Belgium) we would like to share with our members. You can also see the details in the tPCA Events page: https://www.the-pca.org.uk/all-events/international/behind-the-scenes-the-neuroscience-of-experiential-psychotherapy.html
We would like to inform and invite all members to this year's conference of VVCEPC in June. Since the conference will be held online and also in English with several international speakers, we really hope to reach an international audience.
Also, we think that the topic of the conference is of particular relevance to all person-centered and experiential psychotherapists and counselors, since it will underline and explain the effectiveness of the person-centred approach:
Here you will find information about the global Association, how to become a member, their biennial conferences, and the PCEP Journal, now also accessible online to members.
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