What is Pluralistic Practice?
Pluralistic practice is a collaborative, personalised and flexible approach. It puts the client at the centre of a collaborative and engaging relationship, viewing the client as resourceful and full of agency; very much an active partner in the process of change. Read more
About the Pluralistic network
The Pluralistic Practice Network (PPN) is a collaborative network run by our members for our members, who are all practitioners with an interest in a pluralistic approach. The PPN was set up by Katie Nicol in October 2015, with the support of Professor John McLeod and the counselling department of University of Abertay, Dundee.
The network exists both virtually in online spaces, and regular face to face meetings. We also plan to have periodic gatherings of special-interest groups; please let us know if you have any suggestions about this.