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March 14, 2024
Falkirk’s Mental Health Association (FDAMH)
Counsellor/Therapist working with young people, aged 13+ & Parent/Guardians Full Time, 35 hours/week £25,000 - £27,000 per annum, dependent on experience One-year fixed term contract, with the possibility of extended funding.

We are delighted to have been awarded new funding to recruit a qualified counsellor or therapist to join our well-established Counselling Service.
The successful applicant will provide counselling to young people from the ages of 13-18 and their parents/guardians/caregivers, on an individual basis.
The role is a hybrid working model, delivering face to face counselling from FDAMH’s building and remote working to suit the needs of individual clients as required.
If you are qualified to Diploma level in a Counselling therapeutic discipline, with membership of a professional body (COSCA, BACP, BABCP etc) and have experience of counselling people ages 13 years old and over we would love to hear from you.

We will accept applications from all counselling modalities, e.g. humanistic, psychodynamic, CBT or integrative approach.

To apply:

The deadline for applications is 5th April 2024 at 5pm
March 12, 2024
World Association for Person–Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling

Dear Colleague, 

On behalf of the WAPCEPC's Membership Working Group, we would like to invite you to join two online roundtables and explore with us what belonging to WAPCEPC means to you in 2024. 

  • Sunday 7th April at 06:00 UTC and 14:00 UTC ( 2 sessions to accommodate people from different time zones) 
  • Sunday 2nd June   TBC 
Both our online roundtables will be 90 – 120 mins long. However, you are welcome to attend for as long as you can manage. 

The idea for the online roundtables evolved out of the response to our membership survey. We received very interesting feedback via the survey, a summation can be found here: 

One member's response very much struck a chord with the working group:  what is the soul of the World Association? 

Yes, we have our aims and goals as stated in the organisation's statutes.  However, do these still resonate and represent what people want from the World Association?   

We felt this would be worth discussing in greater depth with the wider membership. This would be the focus of the first roundtable on 7th April – we are calling it the “Soul Goal Roundtable”.   

You can read the aims and goals here: 

For the Soul Goal Roundtable, members of the working group contributed some thematic questions for participants to consider: 

Thinking of your relationship with the association: 
  • What feels too much, too little, or just right?
  • What is missing for you?
  • What would the burden on your heart be?
  • If you were to describe the soul of the association, what would you like it to be 

Please click on this link to register your interest in attending and to receive the Zoom link for 7 April

Members and past members of the association are welcome to the roundtables. 

The second roundtable (Sunday 2nd June) would focus on more practical exploration of some of the suggested ways forward in terms of the membership structure. More information on that will be sent out closer to the time. 

Warm regards, 

Membership Working Group: 

David Blakely, Paul Diaconescu, Stephanie Hutchinson, Kyriaki Kentigkeleni, Leonore Langner, Brendon Murley, Brian Rodgers, Luz Serres Tocagni 

March 12, 2024
World Association for Person–Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling

Dear Colleagues, In case you are not yet aware, registration is now open for PCE 2024 in Athens. 

Please consider joining us there.

The Board is very excited by the richness of the theme and all the possibilities it offers for exploration.

And the call for papers is also now open

The Board would love to see you in Athens.

Best wishes
March 12, 2024
 One week that really matters! Set it aside NOW!
Come to Hungary to the Cross-Cultural Communication International Workshop

12-18 August 2024, Pécs, Hungary
The largest, week-long, international PCA event of Hungary - including 41 hours of condensed self-exploration - awaits you for the 13th time since 2009!


But what the heck is CCC?
Get acquainted with it!
Large Groups
For Ági the magical circle of the large group is very precious.
Small Groups
Kriszti tells us about the intimacy of the small groups.
Dávid thinks its not that bad that once during the week we want.
Topic Groups
Vanda thinks Topic Groups are colorful and exciting.
Csenge és Balázs believes the evening programs are very important parts of the process. 
February 01, 2024
For trained counsellors, this short course provides an excellent bridge into adapting your counselling approach to working therapeutically with children and teenagers. The content of the course has been drawn from an existing two-year diploma which has almost completed the process of accreditation with BACP and CPCAB. It focuses on supporting the psychological resilience of the young person and the forward-looking elements of Positive Psychology as core principles of the approach. The methodology is designed to help young people develop the resources needed to deal with present life challenges and feel confident about managing similar challenges in the future. The interventions may extend to psycho-education, social-guidance as well as counselling, with a view to empowering the young person and promoting their self-actualisation processes. 

Course dates: May 18th to November 16th 2024

January 22, 2024
Are you looking for a tranquil and welcoming space to see clients?  Are you ready to put down roots or grow your practice? 
1 Hillfoot Court in Bearsden is a beautiful, newly refurbished therapy space and is an exciting opportunity to make the space your own or share with a small number of like-minded professionals.  The space has been thoughtfully upgraded to a high standard with additional soundproofing and neutral decor.  If you would like further information please contact me on  
December 03, 2023
A person-centred counsellor and psychotherapist based in Edinburgh, I am in private practice working in person and online. 

I recently started a Diploma in Supervision course and as part of the course requirements I am planning to start working with supervisees from December 2023. I am offering up to 12 supervision sessions for trainees and qualified counsellors, free of charge. 

In return for your time, I hope you will find working with a supervisor who brings a different perspective, beneficial to your practice and development as a therapist. I look forward to starting this next step in my career with you. 

I am flexible and would be open to exploring with you the days/times that suit your existing commitments. 

In-person work will take place from my practice room in Leith (Edinburgh). 

Please do contact me if you’re interested in working with me, or if you have any questions. 

Iyetomi Adenekan, Person centred counsellor & psychotherapist 
MBACP (Accred) 

November 06, 2023
Hi I am looking to join or set up a small group for folk who are either diagnosed or self diagnosed as neurodivergent. To talk and share lived experience, share resources and review any interesting articles/ books. Probably meeting up online. Arrangements for meetings and how the group will run to be discussed.
November 01, 2023
WAPCEPC is excited to invite applications for three new WAPCEPC grants that aim to encourage research and the dissemination of research within the Person Centered and Experiential (PCE) community.

The three grants are:

WAPCEPC General Research Grant: For WAPCEPC members whose research projects are aimed at the investigation of the Person-Centered and Experiential (PCE) approach to stimulate worldwide research activities related to the PCE field. The maximum grant that will be awarded is €2,100.

WAPCEPC Student Research Grant: For WAPCEPC student members whose research projects are aimed at the investigation of the PCE approach. The main purpose of the Grant is to stimulate and support students’ research activities related to the PCE field. The maximum grant that will be awarded is €1,500.

WAPCEPC Translation Grant: For WAPCEPC members who seek an opportunity to translate their writing into English in order to publish in the Association’s Journal (PCEP). The maximum grant that will be awarded is €3,000.

Details about each Grant, including eligibility criteria and the application process, can be found at:

The closing date for applications is Monday 15th January 2024.

January 06, 2024
Having worked with Human Diversity issues of various sorts across a working life of over 40 years I am deeply saddened by recent trends in increased prejudice, and consequent hate crimes, against gender, sex, and relationship diverse people.
 Othering is one of humankind's greatest crimes against humanity. 
 It may not always lead to crime - but even in lesser form it wears people down (for example with the generalised anxiety, hyper-vigilance and distress that results from alienation and bullying).
 I believe Person Centredness is the way forward - because it is people's very person-hood that is under threat. 
Moreover I believe encounter is one of the best methods of enabling understanding and precipitating genuine empathy.
Hence I am running a series of discussion afternoons based on reflections of GSRD people’s lives and relationships, factual and fictional.
 Inevitably this will involve contemplating mainstream (heterosexual and cisgender) responses to diversity – so hopefully there’ll be something for everyone.
 Each session will stand alone as well as contributing to the overall theme, and comprise visual presentation prior to discussion
 My hope is that each session will widen understandings and provide useful insights - both into our culture and ourselves; thus enriching both ourselves and our practice.
Among areas to be explored – sex work / kink, politics / private life, parents / children, disclosure /exposure, History / culture
Commencing Friday 24thNovember 2- 5.30pm (monthly thereafter - except for December)
Second session Friday 26th January
Maximum number of attendees 7 per session 
Donation in coin or cake appreciated but not essential
January 08, 2024
Hi everyone.  
I am currently undertaking a diploma in counselling supervision and as such I need to complete 20 hours of practice with at least 2 supervisees.   
Sessions would be recorded and I would share sections of them with my supervisor in order to reflect on my work.  
Is there anyone who would be interested in some additional, free of charge supervision? I could do this online or at the Wellbeing Rooms in Bearsden,
Glasgow, at a mutually convenient time.  If you are interested,or know someone who may be, please get in touch by email.  If you have any questions please do let me know.  My email address is  
Many thanks.  Katie
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  • PCT Scotland Membership

There's lots of benefits in joining PCT Scotland, including:

  • participate in all PCT Scotland events;
  • receipt of all PCT Scotland mailings;
  • inclusion in the PCT Scotland brochure / website advertising counsellor availability;
  • able to attend and vote at Association meetings;
  • be office bearers of the Association.