CSP Conference | Center for Studies of the Person

Carl Rogers

Annual Conference

Reflecting on our common and unique experiences through these pandemic times

Does a Person Centered Approach make a difference?

September 17 – 19, 2021

The 2021 Carl Rogers Annual Conference will be held from September 17 – 19, 2021 via Zoom.  We have chosen a theme which is increasingly relevant to our time, and which should provide rich opportunities for discussion. We invite you to join us to reflect on our experiences through these pandemic times and how our reactions have been impacted by our person centered approaches:

  • What have been the positive and negative outcomes for us?
  • In what ways have we changed?
  • How has having a person centered approach made a difference?

We will begin daily at 6AM PDT, and continue until 3:30PM with a number of breaks throughout the day, including a one hour break from 9AM to 10AM.  Our early start time should make it easier for our colleagues in Europe to attend. Our daily format will be similar to that of our past conferences, with a blend of large group Community meetings and discussions, small and large group Encounter, and your choice from a daily offering of presentations given by participants.

We have scheduled three two-hour meetings  focusing on the impact of  Person Centered Approaches on social and emotional learning in three critical areas: psychotherapy, education and organizational development. These conversations will be led/facilitated by current and past members of CSP with deep personal experience in these areas. The focus will be on past initiatives, the present and the outlook for the future, and will draw heavily on input from all of the participants. One of these events will be held each day at a time to facilitate the participation of attendees from across the globe.

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