Painting by Miller Mair: after West View by Michael Whittlsea 2010
Painting by Miller Mair: after Iona Croft by FC Cadell 2009
Painting by Miller Mair: after the Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh 2009
Painting by Miller Mair: after the Magic Apple Tree by Samuel Palmer 2009

The Personal Construct Psychology model focusses on human uniqueness approaching change through the exploration of personal meaning with an emphasis on understanding how each of us holds together our meaningfulness and positive outlook in the social and cultural contexts of our everyday lives.

PCP is a particularly relevant and robust theory actively challenging normative ideas and practice, discrimination and difference in clinical, organisational, learning and business settings and has a substantial research foundation established by practitioners in the UK, Ireland, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.

PCPA is part of a network for all those interested in personal construct psychology and aims to be a melting pot of ideas, information and experience.
We support our UK members and colleagues abroad who provide training events, experiential groups, workshops and conferences in a range of great locations.
PCPA also has a regulatory responsibility by accrediting Personal Construct Psychotherapists and Supervisors who are registered with the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
If you are interested in joining the network of PCP practitioners and would like to be informed of upcoming events and activities sign up to be included on our email circulation list. This list is kept securely and will not be passed on to any third party.

PCPA members have presented papers at recent European and International Personal Construct Psychology conferences including Belgrade, Venice, Dublin, Hertfordshire, Czech Republic, Padua, Sydney, Montreal.
The next European Personal Construct Association Conference will be held in Edinburgh in July 2018. Download the pdf with more information.

PCPA is also starting to produce web-based PCP resources. The first of these is now available on You Tube: Professor Harry Procter demonstrating and elaborating Qualitative grids: