- The CSP Center revenues are used to cover its operational expenses and fund its activities.
- Funds received through our Contributing Members / Donations option will allow us to increase our activities in line with our organizational objectives, which include:
- Hosting an Annual Carl Rogers Conference. Although the theme of the conference changes from year and year, the principal objective is to provide members of the Person Centered Community with a space for Connection and Encounter, an opportunity to listen and to share with others their work in PCA.
- Building Upon the Carl Rogers Memorial Library. We want to make it the best library and resource in PCA for people around the world, in terms of content, in digital media and distribution, and in proprietary video offerings.
- Provide seed money for doctoral studentsinterested in doing their dissertation and research on the value of PCA for psychotherapy, organizations and education.
- Provide lectures, courses and workshops at CSP’s present site and through the internet for people around the world.
- Translate more of Carl Rogers’ tapes and papers in different languages and have them available through our library.
- Expand funding sources by actively seeking grants and donations that will enable us to meet our objectives.
- Develop a support infrastructure to allow us to grow and function effectively.
- Provide support for PCA practitioners in their efforts to expand the knowledge and practice of PCA around the world.
- Honor the work of PCA practitioners around the world with an award to recognize their contributions to PCA.
- Publish a journal to motivate people to write papers and report research being done in PCA.
PERSON CENTERED PSYCHOTHERAPY
Carl R. Rogers developed a profound practice and understanding of psychotherapy. Rogers’ essential insight is that certain qualities of the relationship between therapist and client (or person and person) can be learned and practiced to create an optimal interpersonal climate for personal growth, development, and healing. In this course, we will be learning through our own experience, reflection, and practice.
December 11th - 13th 2020.
These meetings take place weekly on Friday's from 12 noon to 3PM, Pacific Daylight Time. We generally have around 14 people attending from around the US and the world. The purpose is to allow attendees to feel Community and Support as we Encounter with one another. The meeting is open to all CSP members, as well as to others who the members may recommend. An online Zoom meeting.
Antonio Santos is hosting a weekly PCA International Zoom meeting, which is held on alternating Saturday and Sunday mornings at 6AM Pacific Daylight Time. This start time accommodates the needs of attendees who are spread across the globe. The meeting runs for two hours, and is well attended by members of the International PCA Community - CSP and others.