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Posted in General by annette cooper

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Hi, I am Aga.

I have completed the theoretical part of the Supervision Certificate course and I am looking for two supervisees, to whom I will offer up to six months of free Supervision. You would need to be a qualified counsellor to engage in Supervision with me.
Please contact me if you are looking for support in addition to the supervision you already have in place or if you are looking to embark on the new supervisory journey with me and you feel comfortable working with someone, who is taking their first steps in the supervisory role.

I have a few years of experience working within an EAP setting, I also worked with bereavement, anxiety and depression.
I work in a relaxed, warm atmosphere and I will support you with the challenges you are facing in therapeutic work with the clients. Please contact me by email [email protected] or phone me on 07923359340

Many thanks,


Posted in General by annette cooper

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To be responsible for the delivery of psychology and counselling skills courses (and associated programmes) within Short Courses, including their design, development and organisation in line with Short Courses strategy and policy. The postholder will provide academic management and coordination, including identification of potential new courses and programmes, and will have line management responsibility for all part-time tutors associated with the delivery of psychology and counselling skills courses (and associated programmes). They will be responsible for ensuring the psychology and counselling skills courses operate on a successful commercial basis as well as providing a high quality educational experience. There is a particular requirement for the postholder to undertake a review of the delivery by Short Courses of the COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills, as well as introducing diploma level provision in counselling skills.

For more information please click on the website link.

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Come along for a catch up and a chat.
Come at 12 noon for coffee and lunch?? Not included in the price.

Venue - CitizenM in Glasgow.
Cost £10 - non refundable.

Max number 40

To book please email me and also make your payment.
Email - Annette - [email protected]

Cheques payable to PCT Scotland and c\o 3 LANFINE ROAD PAISLEY, PA1 3NJ
Online - PCT Scotland
Co-operative Bank, Skelmersdale Branch
Sort Code: 08-92-99, Account Number: 65375796

Posted in Notices by annette cooper

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To register your interest please email Annette at [email protected]

More details to follow.

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Venue - Stirling Court Hotel.

For folk who are residential all meals from Friday evening until Sunday lunchtime are included.

Commencing Friday evening 5pm. Dinner 7-8. Encounter 8-10
Saturday all Day.
Sunday finishing 12 midday and lunch thereafter.

Double room single occupancy and event costs for weekend - £300
Twin room with two folk sharing and event costs for the weekend - £260

Day delegate rate for the Saturday including lunch and teas and coffees is £55

This event required a minimum number of 30 people to take place.

Further details to follow.

Posted in General by Terry Daly

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First week of October 2019

The XVth International Forum of the Person Centered Approach, hosted by the AFP-ACP (Association Française de Psychothérapie dans l'Approche Centrée sur la Personne) will take place in France for the first time, in the town of Dourdan, near Paris, in the same building where Carl Rogers was invited to lecture during several memorable days during his first journey to France in 1966.
The PCA Forum is an international meeting which takes place every two years all over the world. People from all five continents gather together in the spirit of the Person Centered Approach. It is also a community of human relationships which offers each participant the time and the space necessary to experience person to person encounter more fully, to create new relationships and to invent new ways of being deeply in contact with oneself. Anchored in PCA values, the PCA Forum is a venue for sharing knowledge and personal experience, enriched by reflexion and the participants' own personal research.
In a facilitating climate for participation, commitment and each person's personal expression, there will be plenty of space for a program of seminars, small groups, experiential workshops, lectures, discussions, theoretical reflexion, dancing, festivities, etc. The community group will take place every day and constitutes the principle axe of the week. Around this the Forum's program is structured flexibly so as to facilitate encounters. The non-directive climate is conducive to creativity, investigation and deepening personal development processes.
The PCA Forum is a powerful and vial experience founded on contact, on congruence, on unconditional positive regard and on empathy. It is an incomparable means for approaching, discovering and getting to grips with the Approach founded by Carl Rogers, and also for experiencing it.
The PCA Forum 2019 is organised by the Association Française de Psychothérapie dans l'Approche Centrée sur la Personne (AFP-ACP) – the French national association for the Person Centred Approach. The pilot committee includes representatives from the principal training organisations in France and in French-speaking Europe and is supported by a wide international committee.
The languages spoken at the PCA Forum will be mainly French and English.
Information, prices and the registration process can be found on the Forum's website:

Posted in Notices by annette cooper

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Venue - Falkirk Golf Club.
136 Stirling Road

PCT Scotland Forth Valley invites you to come along to its first person-centred community meet-up being held in Falkirk.

The meeting is open to person-centred practitioners - whether PCT Scotland members or non-members - who are passionate about the person-centred approach and who would like to be part of a community based on the core conditions.

This meeting will be facilitated by Tonia Higgins and Tina Clark and we hope to introduce our own thoughts of what this community might be, and dialogue in the group about ideas and expectations for future meetings.

This event is free to attend. The bar will be open to buy refreshments.

We hope to see some weel kent faces and meet some new ones too. Please let us know if you're able to come along by clicking 'going' in this event on facebook or emailing Tonia at [email protected]

Posted in Research by Marion Lang

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Title of the study: An investigation into Leisure Pursuits and Happiness in Autistic and Non Autistic
The study aims to find out how happy autistic and non autistic adolescents feel

Researcher information:
My name is Rachael-Anne Scott. I am an Occupational Therapist with children and young people with autism. I
am studying a Masters in Autism at the University of Strathclyde under the supervision of Dr Anna Robinson. As
part of my studies, I am carrying out research on leisure interests in children and young people between the ages
of 12 and 18 (adolescents).
This study aims to identify the leisure interests of adolescents with and without autism.
It will look at the things which make it easier or harder to take part in leisure activities. It will also
look at what opportunities autistic adolescents have to participate in leisure activities in comparison to their non-
autistic peers.
The study aims to find out how happy autistic and non autistic adolescents feel.
Taking part in this study simply involves completing a questionnaire. The first part of the questionnaire focuses on how happy you feel and the second part will ask about your leisure interests.
The questionnaire will take approximately 30 minutes to complete but you can take longer to complete certain
sections if you wish.
This study requires two groups of participants to take part: One group of participants should have a diagnosis of autism, (high functioning autism or Asperger's) and one group who do not have a diagnosis of autism.
You are invited to take part if you are aged between 12 and 18 years of age and fit into one of these two groups.

Posted in General by Heidi Wilke

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I'm part-way through the COSCA Certificate for Counselling Supervision and at the stage where I'm looking for two supervisees. If you are interested, I can offer you an hour of free supervision per month for about six months in either Clarkston or Paisley. You would need to be a qualifed counsellor and normally this would be in addition to your regular supervision. I have been qualified as a counsellor since 2012. In addition to adult work I have a lot of experience and training working therapeutically with children.

Posted in General by Jill Punton

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Responsible for co-ordinating, developing, monitoring and evaluating the work of a highly-skilled team offering person-centred counselling, complementary therapies and recovery services for people wishing to address their psychostimulant drug use.

Organisation - Crew
Hours - 28 hours per week. Temporary – to March 2021 with the possibility of further funding.
Salary - £28,610 pro rata
Closing - 21 May 2018
Location - Edinburgh
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