Abe is a leading authority on, and author of the book; Cognitive Synergy Your Potent Healing Power.
He wrote 3 other books and is a winner of several awards, with wide range qualifications, for example, in stress management, naturopathic and homeopathic medicine, regression therapy, eco-psychology, and more.
Abe is the CEO / Dean of Oxbridge University of Kilmurry; www.OxbridgeDegrees.org
i am a student doing a degree on person centred care and would love to be a member
In my practice, I work with individuals seeking personal insight, relief from anxiety or depression, and a variety of mental health concerns. I also work with couples and other relationships in whatever forms they take. My training included two years at Haight Ashbury Psychological Services (or "HAPS," where I now serve as President of the Board of Directors) and UCSF Alliance Health Project (AHP, where I also work as a psychotherapist). I'm glad to have the opportunity to bring my work into a private practice setting. I have many years of experience with the LGBTQ+ community, and I continue my work as part of the AHP Gender Team to provide services for trans and gender-expansive clients as well as others. I have presented at conferences and organizational meetings about cultural humility and working with gender issues.
My therapy style is integrative, working with each client to create a treatment plan that fits their specific needs. Generally, I combine psychodynamic work with a strong client-centered/person-centered (Rogerian) orientation.
Bert received his B.A. from Knox College, and his masters degree in clinical mental health counseling from Adler University. Prior to graduate school, Bert spent 16 years working in corporate marketing, and, after much deliberation, decided to make a mid-career transition to the helping professions. By creating a collaborative and safe therapeutic relationship, Bert strives to be a strong and empathic partner to his clients as they explore the challenges they face and find new ways to initiate growth and change. His clinical interests include LGBTQI affirmative therapy, mens issues, trauma, anxiety, depression, gender and sexual identity development, addiction, relationships (non-monogamous, polyamorous and other relationship configurations) and career counseling. Bert works from a client-centered theoretical approach and integrates solution focused therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness practices into his work.
I am a student currently interning at the Chicago Counseling Associates.
I earned by Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. I am currently credentialed by the Wisconsin Dept. of Safety and Professional Services and the National Register and Health Service Psychologists. I currently provide outpatient psychological services at my private practice in Janesville, WI. I have a diversity of training (e.g., psychodynamic, client-centered, CBT, DBT, Interpersonal Process Groups, etc.) and integrate my broad skillset with an underlying philosophy informed by Rogers' core conditions. It has been experience that these conditions - when experienced by the therapist and experienced by the patient - create an environment that allows for the deepest and most meaningful change for the patient and, at times, myself.
I am a client person practitioner who also believes in working utilizing a student-centered and culture-centered approach.
I'm a counsellor and supervisor in independant practice in Liverpool, UK.
I'm a psychologist who works in college counseling. I'm married with two great daughters.
I am the founder of "We-Rhythm Therapy," a relational reconceptualization of Person-Centered Counseling.
I am the founder of The Elemental Method, a Theory of Personality that identifies "Embodiment," "Assertiveness," "Inspiration," and "Receptivity," archetypally known as "Earth," "Fire," "Air," and "Water," as the core constituent elements of personality and the necessary and sufficient conditions for personality change within Person-Centered Counseling.
I am a Cape Verdean Scholar.
I am a poet.
I am a song-writer.
I am a healer, trained in the Krieger-Kunz method of Therapeutic Touch.
I became a member in January of 2008. I am not working in the field but would like to keep up with the Person Center Approach to counseing.
I am a counselor educator at University of North Texas specializing in Child-Centered Play Therapy and Person Centered approach to counseling.
I have worked in the field of behavioral health for approximately 35 years as a therapist/counselor, manager, supervisor, and director. Currently, I provide school-based counseling to elementary and middle-school children.
I am a qualified counsellor currently working in private practice. I have a special interest in working with trauma, specifically adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse and am passionate about the person-centred approach to counselling and life in general. Company | The Bridge Counselling Service Website | thebridgecounsellingservice.co.uk Email | email@example.com Mobile | +44 7578839779 Blog | thebridgecounsellingservice.co.uk/blog Facebook | www.facebook.com/thebridgecounsellingservice Google+ | plus.google.com/b/108796514446001838068/+ThebridgecounsellingserviceCoUk11 Twitter | twitter.com/bridgetherapy Pinterest | www.pinterest.com/bridgetherapy/
“Dr. Lindsey” has a passion for counseling and advocating for children, teens, and adults who have survived all types of trauma. She utilizes various evidence-based treatment modalities like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, a type of cognitive therapy that uses eye movements to make more meaningful connections about previous life events. Lindsey also sees children and adults for depression, anxiety, and behavior disorders. She has a specialized interest in sexual dysfunction and clinical sexuality, as well as helping members of the LGBTQ+ community. She is an Individual Affiliate with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), where she serves as an Affiliate Advisor and is part of the Secondary Traumatic Stress Collaborative group. She is also a member of the Association for Counseling Sexology & Sexual Wellness (ACSSW), where she serves on the Education and Training Committee. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, the EMDR International Association, and also serves as a clinical supervisor and counselor educator.
I'm currently a student in the Master of Counselling Psychology program at Yorkville University.
I have a diverse background and worked in many disciplines. I counsel young adults and women and my work is based on the person-centred approach but I often use an integrative approach as well. I also develop team and organisational interventions to improve effectiveness and team performance.
I am currently a Master's student in Humanistic Psychology and a graduate assistant at the University of West GA. I am also a certified yoga teacher. I love nature, have many pets, enjoy baking and reading. I am enjoying life and hope to share that with others.
I am in private practice in my Center for Human Encouragement which began with my late husband, Armin Klein. I see individuals and couples. The Center also hosts gatherings for connection and fun with parties, dancing and music which are shared events.
I am an author and artist with five books available from my website, www.graceharlowklein.com/my store or through Create Space or Amazon. My latest book is the last in a trilogy of Loss, Transition and Kaleidoscope.
I am a psychologist at Port Resources in South Portland, Maine working with individuals with Intellectual and developmental disablities who experience mental health challenges. I am interested in psychological assessment with people with dual diagnoses (IDD/MH) from a humanistic and person-centered perspective.
Ordained Anglican ( Epicopal) Church Minister, retired from full-time ministry; pca counsellor, supervisor and trainer for 36 years; PhD on the spirituality of the pca (2008); Honorary Research Fellow, University of Wales, Lampeter.
I am somehow noted as a new member. However, I have been a member from the beginning of the organization and was on the first small advisory committee board the first few years. I co-founded the Person-Centered Journal with Fred Zimring and was co-editor and editor for several years. In fact, the Person-Centered Project at the University of Georgia (which I directed) provided varied financial support during the first couple of years of beginning of the journal. Readers can find a short history of the organization on this web site. Dr Nat Raskin and I wrote that history. Hopefully, I will avoid missing my membership fees in the future.
I am currently a professor at Arkansas State University College of Nursing and Health Professions Department of Social Work. I have been here for the past three years. Prior to my current position, I was a clinician at the University of Tennessee Department of Psychiatry for 17 years. My UT duties included training third-year psychiatry residents Group Psychotherapy and Family Psychotherapy. In addition, I was a field supervisor for the University of Memphis Graduate School of Social Work. I trained graduate students on individual, group, and family psychotherapy. My clinical career began at a state psychiatric hospital in the state of Georgia where I worked with the chronically mentally ill population for several years. I then shifted to hospice care where I worked for three years prior to leaving for my position at UT department of psychiatry. Throughout my career and now as an educator, I have stressed the importance of Person-Centered Therapy. I taught group therapy for several years with the Irving Yalom Group Psychotherapy text. Both Person-Centered Therapy and the Yalom Approach was the basis for my career.
I am currently working as a Domestic Violence therapist at the Carr P Collins Social Service Center, The Salvation Army, Dallas, TX. I work with survivors of domestic abuse/violence and those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress and comorbid substance abuse issues.
I am a counselling lecturer at Blackburn College (UK) and a counsellor working in the field of domestic violence. I favour an existentially informed person centred approach to counselling.
I am a student at Bethel Seminary in San Diego, working towards a Masters in MHC and MFT.
I am a Client-Centered Therapist in Chicago. I work with individuals, couples and families, offer consultation to other therapists and am consultant and trainer for The Schools Group in Chicago, Illinois.
I am a person-centred counsellor and accredited Breathworks mindfulness teacher. I work with individuals (15 years upwards) and couples with a variety of issues. I also offer Pain Management and long-term health conditions counselling whereby I blend my nursing professional experience in pain management with my personal experience of living with chronic pain.
I have a Russian Degree in Counseling Psychology (Specialist ~MS) and currently I am seeking an American Degree at the Point Park University Clinical-Community Programm.
I also obtainde more than 500 hours of training in CCT and PCA under an umbrella of Russian Community of Person-Centered Approach http://www.rcpca.ru I am the member of this community and in the years 2014-2015 used to be a Chief Operational Officer and the Treasurer of it
I am in a doctoral program and am wanting to potentially use articles from your journal for a paper in a current class. Thank you
I am the current editor of the Renaissance.
I am a new student doing Masters of Mental Health Counseling and am interested in the person centered therapy. I'm finishing up my first semester at Asbury Seminar in Wilmore, KY. Would love to receive the journal and newsletter.
licensed in Italy as a counseling and clinical psychologist ("psicoterapeuta"), with training in Humanistic Transpersonal Counseling and Systemic Family Therapy, I moved back to the U.S. and am working as a Substance Abuse Case Manager at Gateway Behavioral Health (Brunswick) and working toward international CADC II certification (IC/RC) and re-licensing (LPC board) in GA.
I am old but still active. I belong to the British Association for the Person-Centred Approach (BAPCA) and I am editor of their Magazine, Person-Centred Quarterly. I am a member of BAPCA Co-ordinating Group
I have been practising since 1998, when I gained my first diploma. I completed my Professional Diploma in Further Theory and Practice of Client-Centred Therapy in 2001.
I have a small private practice.
Nicole L. Thompson, MA.
I am currently a fourth year Doctoral student in the Counseling Education and Supervision Program. I am an Adjunct Professor at Adler University as well as a student worker for the Counseling Education Department, where I also serve as one of the Social and Cultural Liaison. I am working on my first article about the impact and treatment of love addiction, and my dissertation will focus on the current practices of cultural competencies.
I serve on the WINNERS (Women In Need, Nurtured, Edified, Rewarded and Strengthened) at my church. I have experience in working with couples and families, individuals with criminal backgrounds and individuals with developmental disabilities. I am also the proud mother of a five year old Morkie, named Pepper.
I am a Danish psychologist working from a person centered and emotion focused perspective.
Person Centred Counsellor/Psychotherapist in Manchester UK
I founded the nonprofit Human Potential Center in Austin 31 years ago, based on Humanistic Psychology, and in particular the work of Carl Rogers, Abraham Maslow and Virginia Satir. The Center has from its founding been person-centered and welcomes presenters and providers of professional services who have that perspective on life. For more information on the Center, visit HumanPotentialCenter.org.
I received a Master of Arts in Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology from Johnston College in Redlands, California in 1978. I feel kind of lonely for other person-centered contacts here in central Texas, so if you ever visit, stop by!
I'm a person-centered therapist and supervisor in Sheffield, Yorkshire, in the north of England. I've attended a couple of Going Global events, though none so far in the USA. I worked for 10 years as a staff counsellor, and I've also been working in private practice for the last 15 years.
I started my counselling training in 2010. I have a Postgraduate Diploma in Person-Centred and Experiential Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Strathclyde.
I have a small private practice and also work with a counselling agency. I am also working on some research into the effectiveness of counselling especially for people on low incomes which I hope will form the basis of a Masters project.
In 2014 I spent five months living in three Buddhist monasteries/temples in South Korea, Myanmar, and Thailand. I now visit a Thai Buddhist monastery in Newcastle (Aruna Ratanagiri) and have a regular meditation practice.
As the owner of HEEL ME, a barter-system business that provides reflective help and healing for pets, people, and policy, Sara Summer offers person-centered service animal training, emotional support coaching, and disability rights consulting. Pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree at the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington, Sara practices person-centered expressive arts and other healing modalities in order to facilitate communication, collaboration, and connection in public administration.
I am a Person-centred practitioner. I am a Clinical Physiologist (Neurophysiology) by profession; passionate about PCA in all areas of life. I am a member of BAPCA (also on the BAPCA CG);WAPCEPC, and co-organiser of PCAN encounter weekends.
I would like a scholarship please
I am in my master's program at Grand Canyon University, in Licensed Professional Counseling. My theory that I will use throughout my studies will be on Person Centered Therapy. Thank you for this opportunity to learn from this.
I am a person centered psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer in private practice working with individuals and couples.
I am a non directive person centred therapist working and living in London UK
Currently a student at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac, WI.
You are unique and I believe therapy should be as individual as you are.
I’m a fully qualified person-centred psychotherapist / counsellor / coach. I work with clients online and locally to help them to understand their situation in a way that allows them to find their own solutions.
The 'person-centred' approach to therapy / coaching / counselling is a well-established, evidence-driven form of therapy. It is generally as effective as other leading therapies, but uniquely it puts the client at the centre of the process. It is as individual as you are, because we work with the world as you see it. You are the best expert on you, but can I help you gain the confidence to make sense of things. Person-centred therapy holistically addresses thoughts, feelings and behaviours. It is not dependent on medical diagnoses, yet can help with all conditions. There is no assessment, interpretation or other judgment. There is no 'you should do this'. The questions, and the answers, come from within.
A lot of my work is with depression, anxiety, phobias, OCD, panic, and other common mental health problems. I also focus on men’s issues, adult ADHD, students, and person-centred coaching for personal growth.
Within the community of person-centred practitioners I am passionate about the integrity of the profession, and the need to keep the therapist's personal politics out of the therapy room. I consider that the focus should instead be on the client's world and their individual authenticity. Modern politics will benefit from congruent citizens, not from dogmatic therapists.
Chicago Counseling Associates is paying for membership
I am a clinical psycotherapist in private practice with extensive experience assisting individuals experiencing: mood, anxiety and personailty disorders; substnace use and dependence & other addictive behaviors; sexual and intimacy difficulties; the after shock of trauma as well as other factors that impede on optimal life satisfaction and prdouctivy. Development and maintenance of the therapeutic relationship is what I pride myself on acknowleding that it is the priamry ingredient for lasting change.