The Creativity Gathering: Multilingualism and Creativity in Pluralistic Practice (May 29, 2021)

Tatiana Stoyko, pluralistically-minded integrative counsellor, MBACP, www.counsellingnest.com Hello and welcome to the Creativity Gathering! I am writing this with an incredible sense of belonging to the community of people passionate about creative approaches to therapy. The group draws together therapists from different theoretical orientations and promotes openness and curiosity to…

Conference Conversations

Andrew Reeves, Chair of our Pluralistic Practice Steering Group, Kate Smith, former Chair, and Mick Cooper, Pluralistic Therapy co-founder, discuss the forthcoming pluralistic practice conference. Come and join us, July 16th!

4th International Conference on Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy – Submission Deadline Extended!

We have now extended the deadline for submissions to Friday 11th June due to ongoing interest. Please find more information regarding submissions here and book tickets here. We welcome submissions from trainees, practitioners, and service users, as well as more experienced academics and researchers.  Our aim is to create a warm, friendly, and…

East Scotland PPN Meeting

We’re planning to have a Pluralistic Practice Network (PPN) meeting on Sat 1st August 10am-12pm. It’s open to everyone in East Scotland who is training, qualified, or interested in pluralism. It’ll be on Zoom this time; apologies to people who tried to get on last time and encountered difficulties! Following…

Exciting Conference Update

The Pluralistic Practice Network have some exciting news to share with you! After the disappointing but unavoidable cancellation of our planned conference in Dublin this year we have decided to have an online conference. The International Conference for Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy (ICPCP) 2020 will be held on Sunday 19th…

Glasgow Networking Update

To update everyone interested in the west coast networking meeting.  We are meeting on Saturday 7th March from 1pm-4pm (apologies for the short notice) at one of the beautiful community spaces at Macintosh at the Willow, 215  Sauchiehall St, Glasgow. The general plan for this meeting is to start a…

Glasgow Networking Meeting

Kathryn Stevens, MSc, MA. NHS Therapist and Private Counsellor. The original Pluralistic Practice Network group was formed over in Dundee to create networking opportunities, peer support and encourage practitioners to share experience and expertise. Being able to meet with and discuss any issues in your practice, or thoughts about theory,…

2019 Blog

We’re excited that John McLeod and other members of the network will be adding to this blog over 2019. Would you like to contribute to our blog? We would welcome your input. Please email us at pluralisticpractice@gmail.com