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Posted in Jobs by Ryan Dawes

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*£14,321 per annum
*1 year fixed term contract – 5 days per week (Monday - Friday)

*'to work across a number of schools within...North Ayrshire'

*'play...a key role in delivering therapeutic and emotional support in schools'
*'for a candidate to develop the relevant skills and knowledge required to be able to progress to full time School Project Manager'

Posted in Jobs by Ryan Dawes

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St Bride's Primary RC School, 83 Craigie Street, Glasgow, G42 8NB

,£14,000 per annum (pro rata from FTE of £28,000pa)
,2.5 days per week (Wednesdays, Thursdays (am) and Fridays)

,'looking for [an] experienced, confident communicator to manage services...supervising Place2Be Volunteer Counsellors and building great relationships with children, families and teachers'

,'a recognised counselling or therapy qualification is essential, and you’ll need substantial post-qualifying experience, along with a good knowledge of the school environment'

Posted in PCT Scotland by annette cooper

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Hello

Just to let you know we are connected to Facebook and Twitter.

Posted in General by Helen ODonnell

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The 4th February 2017 is the 30th anniversary of Carl Rogers Death.

Rogers (his work) has had quite an influence in my life both a personally and professionally.
In this respect I wonder if others would like to get together in Edinburgh on the 4th Feb 2017
to mark the occasion.

Alternatively, perhaps it is also an opportunity for members to organize a get together in their
part of the country.

Please let the me know if you would like to join us in Edinburgh so we can book a venue, and if
you would like to organize a get together in your area so we can support you by advertising it.

Helen ODonnell - member of the C.G.

Posted in Notices by annette cooper

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Minimum training fee for members - possibly only £40 per session ( 8 - 10 sessions in total ).

This reflects the Continued Professional Development fees of PCT Scotland in the early
days of its development. This is also in Celebration of PCT Scotland's 30 th Anniversary
which will be in 2017.

The person-centered approach, then, is primarily a way of being which finds its expression in attitudes and behavior that create a growth- promoting climate. It is a basic philosophy rather than simply a technique or a method. When this philosophy is lived, it helps the person to expand the development of his or her own capacities. When it is lived, it also stimulates constructive change in others. It empowers the individual, and when this personal power is sensed, experiences show that it tends to be used for personal and social transformation (p. 5) . Rogers 1985.

Posted in PCT Scotland by Tina Livingstone

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Looking for two or three other similarly qualified and experienced Person Centred Counselling Supervisors to join me for a face to face supervisors' peer support / consultancy group. ( I acheived my Supervision Diploma in 2003 - and would ideally be looking for colleagues with 5 + years supervisory experience )
Based in Falkirk meetings @ 2 hours in duration ( half - three quarter hour each ) on a bi-monthly basis.
Hopefully commencing mid to late January 2017.
No cost beyond getting here ; I'll supply safe space plus tea/coffee (and occasional biscuits)

Posted in Notices by annette cooper

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Still so full and hope from Saturday I do not want to let go just yet :)
As I sat in a circle of diverse ages, experiences and genders I felt a sense of emerging community that warmed my spirit
I heard a call for fellowship from Isobel , and others valuing connections both via social media and in person.
It felt within the assembled throng there was a real sense of renewal,excitement, and holding hopefulness for the future.

An enthusiastic and informative presentation of comparative research by Catherine and Susan gave a real sense of Person Centredness still being at the core of the association - a sense of strong identity, and at the same time shifts of that expression - moving from where we centre ourselves in the core conditions to the expansiveness of relationship :)

Terry brought forward both the possibility of re-engaging and developing group facilitation skills within the association, and possibilities for Vienna. Visions of positive futures :)

Lisa delivered disclosures that brought non-normative gender. sexuality and relationship into awareness. Bringing into awareness both the intersectionality of indivdual identities and the human need to be recognised for who we are rather than what others would wish us to be.

Sue's section introduced the notion of writing as self therapy and valued creative process.

There was mention of purist and pluralism and possibility ... of getting organised and active.

Amidst it all I reconnected with folk from Strathclyde and other trainings, and encountered new people whose values resonated with my own and I want to ride the wave that was started :silly: :woohoo: :side: :lol:

Wondering who else doesn't want to let it go? :huh: :dry:

This was posted in the forum and copied to the notices to ensure that it was visible to members. Annette

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Just a wee note as I forgot to put Sue's web address on the mass email.

Posted in PCT Scotland by annette cooper

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WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE SOMETHING MAGICAL.

IF YOU WANT TO BE INVOLVED PLEASE LET US KNOW - NO DATE OR VENUE YET.

ANY THOUGHTS OR SUGGESTIONS ???

Posted in Research by Charlene Crawford

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"How do students experience inner conflict in counselling training?"

Inner conflict may be described as “a state of mind in which a person experiences a clash between their own opposing feelings or needs”. This study looks at experiences of inner conflict which may have taken place during counselling training. ”How do Students Experience Inner Conflicts in Counselling Training?”

As part of this MSc research project, participants are invited to take part if they have:

, Completed at least two terms of a Post Graduate BACP Accredited Person centred training course

, or have completed such a course within the past five years

, Currently seeing clients

, Between the ages of 21-70

• This research will focus on your experience or experiences of conflict which are mostly internal to you

• It will involve one to one Interviews, which will be audio recorded and last up to 90 mins.

• Interviews will be held at the University of Strathclyde or elsewhere to suit your availability.

• Refreshments will be provided

Participation in this study will contribute to research on significant moments in counselling training and professional development.

If you are interested in taking part in this study, please contact:

Marion Lang 07786 473656 or marion.lang.2015@uni.strath.ac.uk

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