(Fwd) RE: PCP Southern Interest Group (SIG)

Chris Evans (C.Evans@sghms.ac.uk)
Mon, 9 Mar 1998 10:36:50 +0100

I'm sure Helen meant to send this to the list. We've never worked
out how/why her mail to the list always seems to go to
pcp-request@mailbase.ac.uk (i.e. get copied to Malcolm and myself)
when it should be going to pcp@mailbase.ac.uk.

Best wishes all!


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From: "Jones, Helen" <JONESH@pulse.york.ac.uk>
To: pcp-request <pcp-request@mailbase.ac.uk>
Subject: RE: PCP Southern Interest Group (SIG)
Date: Thu, 05 Mar 98 19:34:00 PST

Just to say this all sounds wonderful...wish it could be nearer.
From: pcp-request
To: pcp
Cc: Robbiesexton
Subject: PCP Southern Interest Group (SIG)
Date: 05 March 1998 15:00

PCP (Southern Interest Group)

The Annual General Meeting of this group was held recently and a
number of issues were raised that might be of specific interest to
some and more general interest to others. These include:

That the affiliation with the University of Reading as a Research
Group had been significantly enhanced in support, representation and
profile. The Research Group is active, providing a supportive milieu
for people to share their understanding of personal construct
psychology. The community consists of active participants who are
researchers and practioners many of whom are publishing members.
New members or expressions of interest are very welcome and enquiries
should be directed to Bob Sexton on .

For existing members please note that annual subscriptions (=A35) are
now due. In order to update the Membership list to current members
only, lapsed members will no longer receive further information.

There is an urgent need to set up a PCP Resource Centre with a
Departmental Base to be located at the University of Reading. One of
our seminal leaders, Faye Fransella, is donating her collection of
books and theses relating to PCP and it is anticipated that this may
become an National or International Resource Base.

A summary of the programme for 1998 / 99 includes the following

* Evening Forum on the relationship between PCP and Phenomenology.
20th March, 7-9pm, University of Reading. Discussion led by Trevor
Butt (Heddersfield) and Brit Apelgren(Reading).

* Use of PCP in the Workplace. Saturday 27th June 1998. University of
Reading =20
10 - 1pm, led by Bob Hacket and Martin Smith

* =B7 Data Surgery and Laddering Workshop. Saturday 30th May at
Hospital Education and Training Centre, Crowthorne 10 - 4pm

* Appreciative Enquiry Workshop in the Autumn Term led by Sandra

* Using Visual methods in Research led by Philip Mignot in the Autumn

* One Day Conference scheduled for 1999.

* =B7Critical Friends Meeting. Presenters in rehearsal for the EPCA
Conference in March=B7 Contact A.Iantaffi@Reading.ac.uk for details.

Chris Evans, Senior Lecturer in Psychotherapy,
Locum Consultant to the
Prudence Skynner Family Therapy Clinic,
St. George's Hospital Medical School, London University
C.Evans@sghms.ac.uk http://psyctc.sghms.ac.uk/