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Posted in Jobs by Terry Daly

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greetings pct scotland members I am looking for someone with a high level of computer skills both microsoft and apple knowledge to act as a support worker - for 5 hours a month to help me maintain my computer systems, passwords and email accounts. payment would be £20 per hour - if you know of someone who might be interested please pass on my details
many thanks

terry daly

Posted in Notices by Maggie White

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Room available from late August or possibly earlier in PCT Glasgow.
The room is fairly large, very pleasant and quiet, and near Kelvingrove Park. It's in 40 Kelvingrove St, located between the city centre and the West End, there are public transport facilities and parking close by.

Posted in PCT Scotland by Catherine Cowie

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Good news! It's now possible for practitioner members themselves to upload photographs onto their public profile pages. Such photographs do have to be checked and published by someone on the Coordinating Group before they appear though, so if you do upload a photograph, please drop a line to so the CG group know it's pending and in need of attention.

Posted in Jobs by David Gibson

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We have several exciting counsellor vacancies in our 24–hour central Glasgow office.

We are looking for counsellors to join our growing and developing team who are either accredited or who hold a diploma in counselling and are a member of BACP, UKCP or COSCA.

Your role will be working with our clients over the telephone.

We have various shifts to cover and there will be a requirement to work overnights and weekends.

Please send CV and covering letter to:

Posted in Research by Caren Christie

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What is the purpose of this investigation?

This MSc study centres on a client’s perspective of relational depth (Mearns & Cooper 2005), identifying and exploring a deep relational moment in therapy, and in particular what it was that led to the client opening up to a relational moment and what occurrences in a client’s life may have been a precursor to enabling a moment of depth to be reached with a therapist. Relational Depth concept in psychotherapy research is still in its infancy although there has been a growing body of research carried out in the last few years, this research could expand this growing interest.

What is involved?

You will be invited to attend a semi structured interview held by the researcher which will last about 60 to 90 minutes and will be audio recorded. The interview will take place either at a convenient location of your choice or a room within Strathclyde University, Glasgow. You will be asked to identify and explore a significant moment of depth (as defined by Mearns & Cooper 2005) and then asked to reflect on your past history or if you feel there was a connection to a past moment(s) that facilitated the deeper encounter with your therapist.

Who can participate?

To take part in this study you must be a fully qualified person centred counsellor, who holds membership of a professional association (e.g. BACP/COSCA) and who has had personal therapy sessions. You are aged between the ages of 25 and 70, who can identify with having experienced a “relational depth” moment. You must be willing to discuss their own personal experiences in therapy to take part in the study.

When maximum number of participants is reached you will be notified the study is full.

If you and/or anyone you know would like to take part in this study, please contact: Caren Christie at:

*This MSc Study is being conducted at Strathclyde University and has University Ethics approval.

Posted in Research by Karen Brown

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Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs are carrying out a survey in conjunction with the University of Edinburgh.

The main purpose of this study is:

 to explore the impact & harms experienced by families/close others of those who use alcohol and/or other drugs
 to promote discussion and add knowledge about how this issue affects families/close others & what services can do for the affected persons.
 to use the information to engage with the wider community, policy makers and health professionals involved with implementing alcohol and/or other drug
strategies in Scotland.
We are looking for people to take part in the 15 minute telephone survey who have been affected by a loved one’s substance use. The questions mainly relate to the person’s emotional wellbeing.

Once all the questionnaires have been completed they will be analysed. This will give us important information to explore the impact & harms experienced by families/close others affected. This will give Scottish Families an evidence-base and it is hoped to lead to further funding and projects in order to continue to and give support in Scotland.

If you know someone would like to take part in the survey please contact Kate on 0141 221 0544 or to find out more, and arrange a time suitable for you for a call back.

Posted in PCT Scotland by Ulrike Husmeier

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This is an opportunity to join a group of private practitioners in Greater Glasgow to start a valuable network for Counsellors. The idea is to create an environment for mutual support as well as further professional development. There will be a space for discussion and reflection on topics group members feel strongly about. It can be a space for signposting to each other interesting articles, books or websites. Another important aspect is to share our experiences of being a private practitioner in the counselling world, the rewards but also the challenges that come with the territory.

Possible Venues: Consulting room in Paisley at the Abbeymill business centre or private home

Posted in Notices by Maggie White

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I am a person-centred counsellor and registered member of BACP,

currently working towards a certificate in supervision with Robin

Shohet and Joan Wilmot from CSTD (Centre for Supervision and

Team Development).

As part of my training, I would like to offer six hours of supervision

free of charge, meeting in my home in the south side of Glasgow

where I am based. This would be an ideal opportunity for counsellors

seeking some additional supervision.

I have a diploma in person-centred counselling from Strathclyde

University and experience of counselling adults, children and young

people in various settings such as hospices, voluntary organisations,

an alternative stress centre, NHS, EAP (employee assistance

programme) and private work in my home.

If you are interested, I would be delighted to hear from you.

Please contact me on: Tel: 07774068240

Start date: March 2015

Posted in General by Sheila Turner

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I'd like to hear from counsellors with 3 yrs plus experience who'd want to be part of a small, closed group, to reflect upon their processes in /out of the counsellor's chair.Times & dates dependent on majority of participants interested.Hope to begin early October. Meet in my home, EH17 8SX. Money to be negotiated in due course!

Posted in Notices by Elaine Weir

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Participants needed
My name is Elaine Weir.
I am conducting research into sexual attraction in person centred counselling relationships as part of my Counselling MSc at Strathclyde University.
I am looking for counsellors to take part in one to one interviews.
To be part of this study you must be a person centred counsellor either qualified or in training, and a member of a governing body who has been sexually attracted to a client but hasn’t EVER taken it any further.
Interviews will last about an hour and there will be an opportunity to debrief afterwards. There will also be an opportunity to speak to an independent counsellor after the interview if any participant feels they need extra support after speaking about this.
Anything shared will be treated with the utmost confidentiality and any identifying information will be removed from the data that I collect.
If you are interested in taking part please contact me at for more information.
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