About The Carl Rogers
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 is two weeks away. We invite you to join us at the 2021 Carl Rogers Annual Conference for three days of community, encounter and connection. Our format will continue to incorporate small and large group encounter, large group community meetings, and small group presentations. As a special addition this year, we are incorporating three Plenary (full group) sessions focusing on the application and impact of person centered approaches in the following key areas of human activity: peace and justice, organizational development and psychotherapy. They will be led by CSP members – current and past – who have been – and in many cases continue to be – involved in and active in these initiatives.
They will cover activities from the past and present and look at taking these into the future. The sessions will begin with expositions from the presenters and their associates during the first hour, while inviting input, questions and discussions from the attendees during the second.
Dominic Cirincione, who has many years of experience in the field will be the team lead for the session on organizational development. Gay Barfield and her distinguished group will share their work in peace and justice, going back over decades. Antonio Santos and Will Stillwell will lead the session on person centered psychotherapy.
In addition, our large group and small group meetings will provide ample opportunities for participants to discuss our conference theme: Reflecting on our common and unique experiences during these pandemic times. Does a person centered approach make a difference?
In consideration of the difficulties these times present for many people, we are offering the following special rates for conference attendance: