Introduction to person-centred counselling Human nature, actualisation and the emerging self Self and person Towards a theory of person-centred counselling Person-centred Counselling in practice Working at 'relational depth': 'the kid with the chips' Developing person-centred values, skills, attitudes and personal qualities Training issues: Client work and personal development Supervision Resources
Tony Merry was Reader in Psychology and the University of East London and taught on postgraduate and undergraduate courses in counselling and counselling psychology. He was author of several books and articles on counselling and psychology. He co-founded the British Association for the Person-Centred Approach (BAPCA) in 1989 and was editor of Person-Centred Practice until his untimely death in 2004. He contributed to workshops and other person-centred events in Europe, including several with Carl Rogers in England, Ireland and Hungary in the 1980s.