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Adding your profile to the Directory of Counsellors, or updating your existing profile is easy.  This can be done by every member who is entitled to have a listing on the Directory (i.e. Practitioner members).  

Attached is a simple step-by-step guideline to adding a new listing (page 1) or updating your existing one (page 2).  I hope this  guide will be helpful to allow members manage their own listings as and when you need to.  

This Austrian person-centered colleague searching other European colleagues for professional information through  the PCE network. If you are interested in reaching out to dialogue, please contact them directly at: petra.puster@kepleruniklinikum.at

I am an Austrian medical doctor, psychiatrist and person-centered psychotherapist working at the Kepler Universitaetsklinikum Linz, Austria. Due to our new hospital structure which now includes the medical university we are looking for comparable hospitals, i.e. psychiatric hospitals with ambulant and stationary wards accompanied by research.

Our focus is on social psychiatry wards with multi-professional teams including psychotherapy.

We are especially interested to know about the ratios of the numbers of doctors, nurses, psychotherapists, psychologists, dietologists, ergotherapists, music therapists, physiotherapists, sport therapists, social therapists to the amount of patients in various specific wards (e.g.: affective disorders, psychotic disorders, crisis, suicides…)

We are very much looking forward to your responses and thank you in advance for your cooperation!
Best regards,

BAPCA are offering a low cost place (£130) on the Person-Centred Trainers' Conference 25 - 27 July to PCT Scotland.  
There is a supervision group on the Wednesday and Thursday for an additional cost to cover the extra residential night and food.

If you are interested in this place, please complete the attached form and return to Ewa at BAPCA who will confirm your place (champewa55@gmail.com)

Listening for healing.. A new article by Mike Moss published in the COSCA Counselling in Scotland Journal Spring 2019.
On the musicality of the actualising  tendency in action.  

West Lothian Women’s Aid (WLWA)

Volunteer Student Counsellor Opportunity

Volunteer Student Counsellor sought to join our counselling service. We are looking for a student counsellor on a Diploma level course to fill a placement of 3 hours per week providing counselling sessions to women who have experienced domestic abuse. The ideal candidate would be local to our office in Livingston. 

The 3 hours per week could be volunteered on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday morning with a commitment to our service for 12 months. 

Travel expenses can be reimbursed and the counselling service has a qualified counsellor in post to offer support to students whilst in placement. 

For further information and/or to request an application pack please email counsellor@wlwa.org.uk

For further information regarding West Lothian Women’s Aid please visit our website www.wlwa.org.uk

Closing date for applications – Tuesday 4th of June 2019

Interviews due to take place on Wednesday 12th of June 2019


West Lothian Women's Aid is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registration Number: SC046887

A workshop to support you in exploring what successful private practice is for you

Your investment : Early bird £55.00 (until 31st July 2019); £70 full price

What is successful private practice?
What success means is different for everyone. As counsellors, it’s important that we work authentically by respecting our own integrity, being true to our own values as well as our professional ethics and practicing good self-care.
This one day experiential workshop will give you time to explore your visions, hopes and fears about setting up your private practice with a group of colleagues in the early stages of their journey. Your facilitator, Antonia, has built - and continues to grow - her own private practice. She has successfully navigated the positives, the challenges and the pitfalls of ‘being her own boss’ and hopes her experiences might act as a shortcut to your own learning.

What we’ll cover
As well as opportunities for small group work, dialogue and self-reflection around mindset, limiting beliefs and managing expectations, we’ll look at some of the business practicalities of setting up your private practice including:
  • Legal and ethical requirements
  • Where to practice - pros and cons of working from various counselling venues
  • The ‘creative stuff’ - branding, marketing ideas, ways to create an impact
  • Occupational hazards and self-care
Note: Tea/coffee/water are available throughout the day. Participants are asked to make their own lunch arrangements. There are a good selection of cafes and restaurants within easy distance of The Therapy Workshop.

Tickets available through Eventbrite or by contacting Antonia directly

Did you know that PCT Scotland has social media communities online to keep us connected even when geographical distance is an issue?  You can 'Like', 'Follow'and get involved here:

Facebook - public page - https://www.facebook.com/PCTScotland/
Facebook -members closed group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1759709644243418/ 
Twitter - https://twitter.com/PCTScotland

Hello everyone - please see  below the email I received from Rodrigo a few days ago.  Rodrigo has given permission for me to put his email on this and so you can contact him directly. Alternatively you could contact me and perhaps wee could arrange a wee group meetup in Edinburgh?? Of course plans change and I am not sure if I will be available so this is just tentative at the moment.

I am Rodrigo Rezende, Person Centered Psychotherapist in Brazil and an Associate Member of Center for Studies of the Person. I am going to Britain on my way going to Paris for 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 -http://www.pca2019.afpacp.fr/index.php?py=en) And, I would like very much to seeing Edinburgh again after 26 years. I had been there and I am willing to be back again for while. To improve even more my enjoyment, I wonder if somebody or a few  Person Centered people would like to meet me there. I would like very much to meet just to chat, make friends and exchange experiences. I have been in many PCA's encounters around the world.
It is still in well advance, I will be visiting Edinburgh from September 10th to 13th. Do you think you can help me to find people willing to meet me? It could be a short meeting, anyplace (pub, park), between we two or more people.
Warm and best wishes,

Rodrigo -    zerdor@hotmail.com 

Annette - secretary@pctscotland.co.uk

Article recently  published in BACP's Thresholds Journal. Apr 2019
Looking at Rogers core conditions as a way of being in relationship with other modalities and finding that we are all connected, and learning from Miriam Rose Ungunmer, an aborginal  elder, that relationship is the gift that  we are all thirsting for . Can be viewed on my LinkedIn page or my profile page on PCT Scotland. 
'Welcoming Conversations....'

Are there any ex-boarders out there who would like to form a support group where we could share experiences and insights?  I live in East Lothian but we could meet wherever suits everyone.  In the first instance please contact me at anne.setondean@gmail.com and we'll take it from there.

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