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Do you have space for a first year counselling trainee.

Lives in East Kilbride and has own transport so Glasgow and surrounding areas would suit.

Evening or weekend placement required for him.

Please email me Annette - [email protected] and I will forward on your email

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The venue and dates for the 30th Anniversary Celebrations have been chosen.

I am very excited to share with you what we have on offer so far. Also remember that this

weekend can be used towards your CPD for the year.

Start times

Saturday 4 th November arrive 9.15 an - 9.45 Registration and coffee. Close of event at 16.30 hrs.

Sunday 5th November arrive 9.30 - 10 am Registration and coffee. Close of event at 16.00 hrs.

The Encounter Group will be Facilitated by Terry Daly, Mairi McMenemin, Lorna Patterson, Stephanie Hutchinson. Elizabeth Urie and Annette Cooper are assistant group facilitators in training.

Terry Daly.

Dip SW, Dip Coun, Sen.Life coach MSC, counselling, Accredited counsellor (BACP)
Terry works as a Person Centred Life coach. Therapist, supervisor,and trainer in Glasgow, London and Europe.

Terry’s model of working:

The person centred philosophy believes that each individual has within themselves infinite resources if given the right conditions in which to grow.

Terry believes that offering a particular kind of relationship which includes respect, understanding, and genuineness creates the right environment in which people can thrive. This is especially true in working with groups and offering encounter. Terry has been involved with encounter groups for over forty years and still experiences the excitement and potential that they offer.

Terry also has a strong interest and commitment to issues of equality, Diversity and power and is involved in a number of initiatives which explore effective use of power and the barriers that prevent people from experiencing equality in the workplace and society.

Terry was a lecturer University of Strathclyde within a counselling unit from 1994 until 2014.
Over the past ten year he has played a major role in developing a Person Centred training programme for Social Care workers (Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh.)
Over the past fifteen years terry has worked in many countries both in Europe and further afield such as South Africa, Japan, Argentina, and Russia with a focus on the development of the Person Centred approach
As a member of the Business Development centre in Glasgow Terry has worked alongside its Director Danny Mcguigan providing coaching, team building and mediation for the past twenty years.
He currently runs a private practice in counselling and supervision with a focus on helping individuals and organisations towork and live more effectively.
He is currently working on research into Leadership and the Person Centred approach. (Strathclyde University)

For contact please email [email protected]

Mairi McMenamin

email: [email protected]

My name is Mairi and I work as a person centred therapist, supervisor and trainer, in Scotland and Europe.

My background includes 37 years in the NHS as a nurse, public health specialist, manager and senior manager in a range of settings including working nationally. I also facilitate workshops nationally and internationally and am interested in developing this style of working out with specific counselling settings.

I work within a person centred approach striving to provide the conditions which allow individuals to develop to their full potential. My focus is on establishing a relationship of trust and one in which the individuals can identify their areas for growth feel able to explore these. The relationship is one of mutuality and trust. My passion comes from seeing people develop to their full potential.

My interests include walking my dog, connecting with people, jewellery making and growing flowers and vegetables!

What I bring to PCTS is a passion for change, for listening to people and a shared passion for identifying good practice that can be shared in a way that makes a difference to people’s lives.

Experience and qualifications:

BACP Accredited member
Groupwork skills
An interest in 'writing'
Post Graduate:
MA Social Science


Lorna Patterson

Lorna is a BACP Accredited Counsellor, qualified counsellor and qualified to TQFE level in Teaching in Further Education, including being a COSCA Accredited Trainer on the Certificate in Counselling Skills course.

She works in private practice as a therapist and supervisor with trainee and qualified counsellors. She is also a tutor at Edinburgh College offering the COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills. Prior to this Lorna worked for many years as a counsellor and manager within the field of abuse and has a background of 19 years in Human Resources and People Development.

Lorna's interest in groups stems from an appreciation of how the presence of the core conditions offers potential for self discovery and growth. Within group encounter, there is potential to meet our different configurations, realised or undiscovered and to encounter the challenge and excitement in relationship.


Elizabeth Urie, Registered Member MBACP (Accred)

Elizabeth works as a person-centred therapist and supervisor in Largs, Ayrshire. She is currently working in private practice; is an affiliate counsellor for several Employee Assistance Providers, NHS Working Health Services and for a local business organisation. She supervises counsellors, trainee counsellors and health practitioners. She has specialist training in bereavement and loss; inner relationship focusing and is interested in family constellations and attachment. Elizabeth has worked for charities as a counsellor and small support group facilitator. She also has previous experience of counselling in a Medical Practice within NHS Primary Care and as a volunteer counsellor/counselling supervisor for Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland.

Before training as a therapist, Elizabeth worked in areas of management, administration, customer service and care. From this experience of working with the complexities of human relationships, she values individuality and equality and feels passionately about the person-centred approach, to both working and living, as it has potentiality and empowerment as its core ethos. Elizabeth is a founder member of two groups in Ayrshire - Ayrshire Counsellors’ Network Group and Counselling, Psychotherapy & Supervision in Ayrshire.

Annette Cooper MBACP

Annette is a Person Centred Therapist and works in private practice also for an EAP provider. She has worked for 30 years in the NHS in various clinical and educational roles. As a fairly recent person centred graduate she is very interested in exploring issues related to difference and diversity in groups and also power and control.

Annette is currently undertaking the facilitation training being run by PCT Scotland and welcomes the opportunity to participate in the 30th Anniversary event encounter group.

Stephanie Hutchinson

Stephanie Hutchinson is a person-centred counsellor with a particular interest in creative action methods and group work. She is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator - an experiential methodology based on the work and research of Dr Brené Brown.

Stephanie has a private practice offering one to one counselling as well as personal and professional development coaching in groups or individually.

She also likes to describe herself as having Scottish and Austrian DNA with Antipodean ENA * (which is really just a fancy way of saying that she was born and raised in New Zealand to immigrant parents!) * Environmentally


Also there is a Conversation Cafe style experience and the topics already on offer are:
A. Person Centred Gender.

Hosted by Tina Clark M.Sc., B.Ed (Hons), Dip. Couns, MBACP. Tina Clark (formally Livingstone) is a Client Centred Counsellor and Sex and Gender Diversities Therapist working in private practice. An experienced supervisor, consultant, and trainer; her writing includes The Relevance of a Person Centred Approach to Therapy with Transgendered or Transsexual Clients ( PCEP 2008, Vol 7:2, p134-144) and Anti-sectarian, queer, client-centredness: a re-iteration of respect in therapy in Counselling Ideologies (Ashgate 2010)

http://www.positivebeams.com/speaking.shtml


Unsettling for some and liberating for others, our culture is currently moving towards a perception of gender based on phenomenology (subjective experience) rather than taxonomy (categorisation). The Person Centred Approach provides respectful ambience for encounter and dialogue through this cultural shift - since Rogers did not construct differential pathways for the development of males and females, but consistently referred to others as persons. Rogers “did not posit some eternal essence or archetypes based on gender, or any fixed biological destiny or any reductionistic, partial and fixed explanation of our behavior” (Wolter-Guftason, 1999) – therefore within this context we can all meet as equally valid persons.

Our culture’s many taken-for-granted assumptions, both positive and negative, its perceptions of what is ‘natural’ for men and women, its essentialist view of gender, and its audacity in assuming the inferiority of certain groups of human beings, has set everyone up for an adversarial life. Gender differentiation, unintentionally and intentionally, has cultivated a culture of discrimination by ascribing judgement-based hierarchies to human traits, and cementing them in a most sectarian manner. Thus a human characteristic ascribed as strength on one side may be perceived weakness on the other!

Offering respect for Autonomy in Gender Identification, within and beyond traditional gender roles, this conversation will provide opportunity to share our experiences and explore our understandings of Gender, and what it means to us.

Who knows – perhaps our contemplation of the pressures and privileges, stereotypes and diversities, and oppressions and freedoms of being a gendered self in society today may open the way for co-constructing a more comfortable way of being for all in the future?


B. Authenticity: what is it and can we be person-centred without it?

Hosted by Tonia Higgins MBACP PG Dip BA

Tonia is a counsellor in private practice and in the third sector. She works with mild to moderate mental health issues, survivors of abuse and young people age 16+ She has an interest in positive psychology and an enthusiasm for exploring how it can complement and enhance the person-centred approach.

http://www.tranquillocounselling.com/


C. On becoming more in the therapeutic relationship: An exploration of directional presence.

Hosted by Mike Moss who has recently had articles published in the COSCA Counselling in Scotland Journal, Spring 2017 and the Person Centred Quarterly, May 2017 and will presenting at the BACP Conference 'Children, Young People and Families: working with difficult behaviour' in Belfast ,12 September 2017. He has over 30 years working with children and young people and families in Scotland and has trained in Youth Work, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Integrative Therapy,
Person Centred Therapy and Clinical Supervision.

In my work as a therapist I have begun to discover something more, which if attended to, even in the smallest of ways, movement into healing can be experienced towards the direction of potential growth, or what Carl Rogers called an 'evolutionary flow ... as part of a formative tendency in the universe.' 'A Way of Being. 1980.'


D. The body in person-centred therapy: reclaiming the organism

Hosted by Craig Hutchison Registered Member MBACP (Accred)
Craig is a person-centred therapist and supervisor in private practice (www.personcentre.co.uk), and a trainer and Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, where he teaches on Diploma programmes. His therapeutic work is strongly influenced by Gendlin and process philosophy and his publications include Trusting the Process? (PCEP 2015) about the potential challenges of symbolising and processing experiencing in therapy/encounter groups.
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“the psychologically mature adult trusts and uses the wisdom of his organism” (Rogers 1964)
“our bodies feel a situation directly … This kind of experience is sometimes attributed to ‘the unconscious,’ although such a body-sense is, of course, conscious” (Gendlin, 1993).

This session will offer an opportunity to reflect on what the body means in person-centred therapy and philosophy, considering the organismic basis of experiencing and questioning what it might mean to hold the organism in mind as we work therapeutically.

E) Relational Depth

Hosted by Sue Price - Assistant Professor of Counselling, Faculty of Social Sciences.

Sue is a lecturer and a member of the Centre for Research in Human Flourishing. She is also a practising counsellor and psychotherapist with BACP Accredition She completed her PhD at The University of Strathclyde in 2012 under the supervision of Professor Robert Elliott and Professor Mick Cooper. Her PhD focused on the development of an inventory designed to assess relational depth in counselling and psychotherapy.

Before joining the University of Nottingham, Sue was a lecturer at two universities where she taught postgraduates at Liverpool John Moores University and undergraduates at Edge Hill University. Sue's career as a counsellor began in 2005 where she counselled staff at a major nuclear fuel company. She has also worked as a counsellor in the third sector in alcohol and drugs, domestic violence and in various generic counselling services. Sue has also worked as a counsellor in a Primary Care service in Liverpool for an IAPT service.

Expertise Summary
Sue's expertise and research interests include relational depth between client and practitioner. Sue also has an expertise, and is interested in, various quantitative research methods but is particularly interested in Rasch analysis as an approach to reliability and validity testing of psychometric measures. As well as this, Sue is in the process of planning research concerning the coming out process of individuals with diverse sexualities during mid to late adulthood.

Recent Publications
WIGGINS [PRICE], S., 2012. Assessing relational depth: developing the Relational Depth Inventory. In: KNOX, R., MURPHY, D., WIGGINS [PRICE], S. and COOPER, M., eds., Relational Depth: New Perspectives and Developments
WIGGINS [PRICE], S., ELLIOTT, R. and COOPER, M., The prevalence and characteristics of relational depth events in psychotherapy Psychotherapy Research. 22(2), 1
KNOX, R., MURPHY, D., WIGGINS [PRICE], S. and COOPER, M., eds., Relational Depth: New Perspectives and Developments Palgrave Macmillan.

Costing for 2 day event which includes buffet lunch and teas and coffees:

2 day event for trainees £70 in total.
2 day event for members £90 in total.
2 day event for non members £100 in total.

It is possible to book for one day only and please specify which day you would like to attend on the booking form.
Please click on " read more " for booking form and webpage link.
World PCE Conference  2018 Vienna

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PLEASE GO TO THE WAPCEPC WEBPAGE AND DO NOT SEND THE ENQUIRY TO ME ( ANNETTE) OR THROUGH THE SEND ENQUIRY BUTTON. THANK YOU.

PCE 2018

the 13th Conference of the World Association for Person Centered & Experiential Psychotherapy & Counseling (WAPCEPC), taking place in Vienna from July 6 – 12, 2018.

We are looking forward to a conference

- entitled "Facilitating Hope – Personal and Societal Challenges“ and a discussion and critical engagement with this important issue,

- in the heart of Europe and due to its favorable geographic location easily reachable for participants coming from overseas as well as from the Eastern parts of Europe,

- with a Pre-Conference from July 6 – 8, 2018, hopefully also attended by participants generally interested in societal issues (apart from the person centered and experiential expert audience) to discuss today’s personal and societal challenges,

- from July 8 – 12, 2018 with keynotes, lectures, workshops, panel discussions etc. and plenty of time to discuss these inputs and develop further the person centered and experiential approach,

- taking place on only one venue (Campus Prater: Sigmund Freud University Vienna and Vienna University of Economics and Business), thus also offering a place for encounter apart from the scientific setting, with persons from the various geographic parts of the world and the various "tribes“ of the person centered and experiential world,

- with an international Scientific Committee, inviting interested persons to participate in the Conference with their inputs,

- that may be attended by each interested person, we will do our best to offer tiered conference fees and free of charge accommodation,

- that fulfills the requirements of participants with special needs – please contact us, as we are looking forward to facilitating your needs and contribution,

- with a gala dinner that may be attended by all participants by invitation of the Mayor of Vienna,

- with a well chosen accompanying program for all participants and various interests as well as proposals for individual holidays in Austria after the Conference.

Our webpage is being updated constantly.

We do hope that we may share with you our enthusiasm and joy that we already have shared with the organization of the Conference – we are definitely determined to organize a unique and unforgettable Conference in Vienna and we are already now looking forward to seeing you!!

Leonore Langner, Susanna Markowitsch, Mairi McMenamin, Susanne Mliner, Astrid Pfneisl, Michaela Zolles
Organization Committee CE 2018

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