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Posted in Members by annette cooper

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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 -    [email protected] 

Annette - [email protected]

Posted in General by Mike Moss

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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....'

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Role: Course Director
Location: 14 North Claremont Street, Glasgow G3 7LE
Reporting To: CEO
Rate: £45,000 pro rata
Hours: 14-20 hours per week, negotiable
Glasgow Council on Alcohol (GCA) is a third sector volunteer led organisation which works with individuals, families and communities to promote health and wellbeing. We offer direct support for people to abstain from alcohol or reduce their alcohol consumption. We provide training, education and work with other agencies and communities to achieve our main aim of reducing harm caused by alcohol and drugs. We currently have over 60 volunteers and over 50 staff, all dedicated to the success of the agency. GCA is proud to be the oldest organisational member of COSCA and as such abides by the Statement of Ethics and Code of Practice.
Please download attached document for more information.

Posted in General by Alan Carter

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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 [email protected] and we'll take it from there.

Posted in General by Heidi Wilke

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Opportunity to have a 1/3 share in a therpay room for £60p/month (other options of rental considered p/hour or block bookings)

  • Central Paisley (Abbeymill Business Centre)
  • Free Parking
  • Accessible 6am-9pm Mon-Friday, 8am-6pm weekends
Contact Shaun on 07786130342 for more details

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Hello All

I am letting you know that the above meeting will be held at the Premiere Inn - 187 George St, Glasgow G1 1YU

The meeting time will  be 2  pm till 4 pm - so a short meeting this time. 

Please let me know if you are intending to come along so that there is plenty of Tea, Coffee and water available.

Annette - [email protected]

Posted in General by annette cooper

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Role: Self Employed Counselling Supervisors

Location: 14 North Claremont Street, Glasgow G3 7LE

Reporting To: Head of Client Services

Rate: £35 per hour self employed

GCA has been working with individuals, families and communities across Glasgow and beyond since 1965, tackling the causes and effects of alcohol misuse. We believe that health and wellbeing are vital to individuals, family relationships and communities, and recognise that alcohol is an issue that can affect everyone, regardless of their background.

Counselling Supervisor
GCA are looking to attract an experienced Counselling Supervisors who are BACP/COSCA or BABCP registered. The individuals would need to demonstrate at least two years of experience as a Practice Supervisor.

GCA would guarantee flexible hours per month at a rate of £35 per hour. GCA would provide the rooms for supervision and the Supervisors will have access the GCA training Calendar which counts towards CPD.

GCA is one of the founding COSCA members and adheres to the COSCA ethical framework for good practice in counselling, psychotherapy and counselling skills. We also ensure that all practitioners employed by GCA are members of COSCA and suitably qualified.

Counselling staff receive monthly line management support and separate (1.5 hours per month) clinical supervision in line with COSCA/BACP/BABCP guidelines and to maintain quality standards.

You will be responsible for providing clinical supervision to GCA practitioners, ensuring safe and ethical practice and support clinical performance and development of counsellor’s practice. This enables the charity to be effective and efficient in delivering GCA’s core services.

The individuals interested in working with GCA must be registered as an accredited Counsellor/supervisor with COSCA/BACP/BABCP/UKCP and hold a Post Graduate Diploma/MA in counselling/Psychotherapy, as well as a professional qualification in clinical supervision. The individuals should have a minimum of two years’ post registration clinical experience in counselling supervision.
Additionally the individual will be required to hold a PVG registration and have personal liability insurance.

To apply, please submit CV and a covering letter to Paula Falconer, Head of Client Services, [email protected]
Closing date: Friday 29th March 2019

Posted in Research by Terry Daly

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Calling for Volunteers
Are you a dog owner?
Do you struggle with the relationship you have with your dog?  Find dog training difficult?
Do you want to try out an innovative new therapy that can help?
I am looking for 5 volunteer clients over the next 6 months for help in collecting evidence-based 
data for my counselling service for dog owners.  Featured in Psychologies Magazine (coming out 
on 19th
 February 2018), Anubis Therapy is a unique counselling service for people interested in 
personal development and how their dog can help.  Owners talking about the difficulties they have 
with their dog, in a safe, judgement-free environment helps them with their dogs and also in other 
areas in their lives.
This project is specifically looking at the benefits of Anubis Therapy in face-to-face sessions, with 
the dog present in the room.  I am looking to collect evidence of how our dog’s behaviour is 
reflected in the session and how that understanding might help the client
Volunteers are invited to attend, with their dogs, up to 6 face-to-face hour-long counselling sessions,
at the Hounds Connect therapy room in Drymen, in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
If you are curious about what your dog can teach you and are interested in being part of the research
for a ground-breaking therapy, I would love to hear from you.  
Give me a call on 07796 338584 or 01360660474 .  I look forward to working with you.

Posted in General by Antonia Higgins

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This role involves being the first point of contact for any client wanting to engage with the EAP service.
Primary duties:
Answering calls from clients ringing in to use their EAP.
Setting up client records.
Transferring clients through to the appropriate service.
Organising  a call back if unable to transfer the call.
Administration tasks:
Scheduling /rescheduling  counselling appointments for clients.
Contacting affiliate counsellors to refer clients for face to face counselling.
Processing Management Referral forms for counsellors to contact clients directly.

Posted in General by Antonia Higgins

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We are looking for qualified and experienced counsellors in and around Glasgow who may already have some skill in telephone counselling. We need you work a minimum of three days a week on a Rota basis. Experience of working within a commercial environment may also be useful as well as being IT literate. 

You will be joining an energetic and vibrant team helping maintain Validium as a market leading EAP provider.

Your role requires good clinical, communication and organisational skills.
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