Person-Centred Encounter Events

2020 Online Person-Centred Encounter Group

We are thrilled to offer an online encounter 3–5 July 2020. Places are limited so early booking is advised.

2020 Online Person-Centred Encounter Group

We are thrilled to offer an online encounter 3–5 July 2020. Places are limited so early booking is advised.

2020 Online Person-Centred Encounter Group

We are thrilled to offer an online encounter 3–5 July 2020. Places are limited so early booking is advised.

Online Encounter Group

2020 Online Encounter Event

We are delighted to announce that our 2020 Encounter Event will now be held online, making it as accessible as possible in the current crisis. The group will run from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 July. Book now to reserve a place. Donation-based pricing, from free.

Carl Rogers facilitating a Person-Centred Encounter Group

What's it All About?

The person-centred encounter group provides opportunity to meet one another in a deeper, more personal way. “In such a group the individual comes to know himself and each of the others more completely than is possible in the usual social or working relationships.” (Rogers, C. 1969, Encounter Groups, p16).

Other groups

Other Groups

We very much want to promote Encounter and will happily advertise other encounter groups. We are in the process of creating a directory of groups and organisations offering encounter groups. Please contact us if you’d like your group to be included.

…the encounter group has a clearly existential implication in its increasing ability to empathise the here and now of human feelings and living one’s life…
Carl Rogers (1969)

Person-Centred Encounter Events

“The person-centred group is an event in which there is non-directive facilitation that fosters freedom and personal enhancement of the individual.
Jerold Bozarth (2005).

 

The Person-Centred Basic Encounter Group is a basis both for person-centred meeting and for developing person-centred being. A group may include designated facilitators or be self-facilitated by the participants. Either way, ideally, the Rogerian conditions, as they apply to groups, are held in mind, as we open ourselves to encounter each other: to hear; to understand; to offer others and ourselves acceptance of our experiencing in these moments of meeting. All our encounter groups are participant-facilitated, and so have no desigated facilitator.