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Posted in General by annette cooper

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 KASP, a counselling service  provides counselling to anyone over sixteen who has been abused in childhood.
We are currently planning a training and induction for volunteers in March 2019, and are open to accepting applications from trainee counsellors looking for a placement, and also qualified counsellors who are looking to volunteer. Our centre is based in Kirkcaldy, Fife. For more information please contact [email protected].

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Click a link and then scroll down to the bottom of the page...when your eyes are nearly " skelly-eyed" you will be in about the right place.

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Posted in General by annette cooper

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Job title : Lecturer in Health and Social Care (Counselling)
Job reference : EC00012
Application closing date : 27/01/2019
Location : Sighthill
Salary : Lecturer Payscale - £37,105 to £38,519 (pro rata)
Package : 7.4 hours per week
Job category/type : Teaching
job description :

Hours  -  7.4 hours per week (0.22 FTE)
 Contract basis  -  Temporary - 14 months (March 2019 -June 2020) 
 Location -  You will be employed initially at Edinburgh College: Sighthill Campus, but you may be required to serve at other workplaces and to travel during the course of your employment.
 Role/Subject Specific Information
 As a lecturer within the Health and Social Care team you will be involved in the development and delivery of the COSCA Certificate in Counselling Skills. You will be joining an established team with a wealth of expertise that will support you in your new role.
 
To be considered for this post you will be an experienced professional with a minimum of a Diploma in Counselling in addition to an appropriate Degree or Professional Qualification. You will also have a current counselling practice and experience of delivering counselling certificate level courses,preferably within an FE or HE setting. You will possess a PDA/TQFE or a teaching/training qualification (see COSCA Trainer Accreditation guidelines for eligible teaching/training qualifications).
 Applicants must be available to teach during the evening and day and be able to demonstrate creative approaches to teaching, a willingness to share practice and contribute to the development of resources.
 Applicants must have excellent interpersonal skills, be happy to teach a wide range of students and work effectively within a team.
 Salary   - GBP 37,105 - GBP 38,519 per annum (pro rata) (appointment is usually made at the first point of the scale).
 We have great benefits at Edinburgh College, with generous annual leave, a career average pension scheme and access to other benefits like childcare vouchers and cycle to work. We also have great on-site facilities including a gym, pool, training restaurants, shops and canteens.Plus you get to be part of a unique organisation which contributes to improving the lives of others.

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 encounter and meals provided.
Sunday finishing 12 midday and lunch thereafter.

Cost for single room accommodation and encounter £300
Twin room with two folk sharing and event costs for the weekend - £265 per person

Day delegate rate for the Saturday including lunch and teas and coffees is £50

Details of how to pay ...coming soon.

For " hardy folk" there is a camp site 1.5 miles away at the Witches Craig Caravan Park at Blairlogie.

This event is confirmed.

Further details to follow

Posted in Members by annette cooper

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Dear colleagues and members of PCE Europe
we wish you and your organisations a good and fruitful year 2019!
Here are the first good news:
 As initiated during our last GA, the Task Force is intensively working on the reorganization of PCE Europe and the preparation of the next General Assembly. 
Our next General Assembly (GA) takes place in Warsaw, Poland, on 10 May 2019 between 18:00 and 21:00.
 We would be very pleased to welcome your delegate(s) to this GA and to meet you at the Moments of Movement Conference taking place on May, 10th-12th.
As the last GA in Vienna 2018 finished without the election of a Board, and therefore the election of a new Board for PCE Europe will be the most important topic for the upcoming GA.  PCE Europe cannot function without an effective Board. Therefore, we ask all members to look for people who are enthusiastic about the person-centred approach and a Europe - wide person-centred network and platform who would like to be part of the new PCE Board.
 Since the last GA in Vienna, a Task Force of volunteers has worked on preparing the ground for the new Board and has come up with proposals on how to make PCE Europe more attractive to its members and easier for the Board to administer. We hope that these proposals will be discussed during the GA.
 Based on the work of the Task Force, the following agenda is proposed:
 1)       Acceptance of the minutes of 2018
 2)       Nomination of candidates and election of PCE Board
 3)       Registration of PCE as a not-for-profit organisation in one European legal jurisdiction, taking into account PCE’s situation. It could occur that none of the Board members are residents of this registration jurisdiction - the territory in which PCE Europe is Registered. We need a jurisdiction that will easily permit changing Board Members and possibly frequently because Board elections occur every two years. There may not be a “physical” office because the Board is run by volunteers.
Countries or territories that appear to meet these criteria are:
a) Belgium
b) Netherlands
c) The Canton of Geneva in Switzerland.
 4) Transferring PCE Europe’s bank account from the UK to a country, which uses the Euro, will avoid currency fluctuation, bearing in mind the currency turbulence the Pound is likely to experience for the next few years as a result of Brexit. Also, not all, but many PCE members, are in countries which use the Euro.
 5) Vision and Mission of PCE Europe.
 6) Any other business.
We are looking forward to meeting you all in Warsaw 

Posted in Members by annette cooper

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Hi All

Mairi McMenamin was gifted all of the CD's and DVD's of the keynotes speeches at the Vienna Conference. If you would like a copy please email Mairi and she can send it to you on dropbox.

The list of keynotes is attached. Click on " read more" to see the list.

[email protected]

Annette

Posted in General by annette cooper

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If you are for instance a member of ICO you will already know that your address will be made public by the ICO.
So there may be a number of reasons that you do not want your address to be public.  So I will send out more information via the mass email when I have it. So if you are interested in using the PCTS PO BOX then let me know. There will be a very small
charge eg £5 - £10 a year and PCTS intends to subsidise some of this. You can download the attached document which highlights the issues.

annette - [email protected]

Posted in PCT Scotland by Mike Moss

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This article was first published in The Milton H Erickson Foundation Newsletter  Vol 38 No 3 Pg 14 December 2018.
It was based on a workshop I presented at the UK Assoc for Solution Focused Practice, June 2018 ,Liverpool. Correspondence/further discussion welcomed. 

Posted in General by annette cooper

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