“The Board of PCE-Europe (Network of European Associations for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counselling), the Organising Committee, and the Charles University in Prague had organised the symposium
– The place of the Person-Centered Approach in Europe – contributions, activities and impact in a troubled world
April, 25th – 27th 2014
The symposium has brought together more than 200 practitioners and those interested in the Person-Centered Approach who discussed how the approach can offer useful inputs in the difficult times that the world, and specifically Europe, is currently facing.
The symposium offered keynotes presentations, workshops, lectures and panel discussions…
…to learn more, look at the program !
The symposium took place in combination with the 15th General Assembly of the European Network for Person-Centered Psychotherapy and Counselling (PCE Europe). This organization comprises 23 organizations in 13 European countries representing approximately 6,700 psychotherapists/counsellors. The aim of the network is to spread and develop the Person Centered Approach as founded by Carl Rogers in the field of psychotherapy and counselling more than 70 years ago.