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PCEP Call for Papers - Special Issue on 'Ecology and the person-centered approach'

We live at a time of profound ecological and environmental change and challenges. What impact does this have on us as persons and therapists and how do we make sense of it, or not, with our theories of what it means to be human.

Suzanne Keys is working with the editors of PCEP to develop a special issue of the journal on the relationship between ecological and environmental issues and person-centered and experiential theories and practice. We aim to bring together writings from authors, researchers, and practitioners who have a particular contribution to understanding:

-- person-centered and experiential theory from an environmental, ecological and/or holistic perspective


-- the impact of ecological distress/wellbeing on client/therapist relationships and the therapeutic work 

how PCE theory and practice might offer ways of thinking about humanity's place/role/purpose in its environment.


If you are interested in contributing a paper to this special issue, please contact Suzanne Keys at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by the 31st September 2012. First drafts of papers should be submitted by the end of November 2012.