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Chair: Dennis Bury: dennisscience@hotmail.com
Treasurer: Sally Robbins: sally@covpcp.com
Registrar: Diane Allen: dianeallen13@gmail.com
Company Secretary: Alan Thomson: alanthomson34@googlemail.com
Web: Dennis Bury: dennisscience@hotmail.com
Education: Chris Walker: chris.walker@psi-uk.com
Clinical / Therapy: Adele Pile: adele.pile47@gmail.com
Clinical / Therapy: Diane Allen: dianeallen13@gmail.com
Coaching/ Organisational : John Fisher: john.m.fisher@blueyonder.co.uk
Regional/Foundation: Sally Robbins: sally@covpcp.com
Diploma Course: Adele Pile: adele.pile47@gmail.com
Child/Adolescent: Heather Moran: heatherjmoran@yahoo.co.uk
Peter Cummins: pac52@btinternet.com

Chair: Dennis Bury

Dennis Bury is Chair and our representative in the constructivist college of UKCP. He iis editor of the PCPA newsletter and website

Dennis Bury is a semi retired Counselling Psychologist. He has been involved with individual therapy since 1973 and has a pluralistic approach. His various modalities have involved, in addition to PCP, Person Centred, CBT, REBT, EMDR, and Multi Modal Therapy. He was an accredited CBT Therapist and a UKCP Registered Personal Construct Psychotherapist.

He now teaches students psychology, participates in community projects and is conducting a project in the field of health communication. He is learning new skills in Science Writing. He can be approached via dennisscience@hotmail.com.

Treasurer: Sally Robbins

Treasurer Sally Robbins: sally@covpcp.com

Diploma Course: Adele Pile

Adele Pile is Chair of the Courses Board and the PCPA reperesentative on the UKCP committee on working with children

Adele writes:

I qualified as a personal construct psychotherapist in 2002 having been hooked into the philosophy of PCP since the early 1990s.

My involvement with PCPA began as a member and later Chair of the Courses Board. Four year ago I became Registrar taking on the responsibility for registering all our qualified members.

I have spent my career in the NHS working as a speech and language therapist and service manager and I believe that without my training in constructivist psychotherapy I would not have been able to work effectively with children, families and staff members. I retired from my managerial role in the NHS in 2012 but maintain a clinical caseload.

I am whole-heartedly committed to PCPA by extending our network and encouraging people from a range of professions to pursue their interest in PCP and constructivism.

I am currently working with Joady Brennan to redesign our Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling and we would like to involve more of our Registrant Members in the work. In my role on within the Children’s Faculty of UKCP I am particularly keen to hear from those of you who work with children and young people and to hear about your professional issues and aspirations.

I would love to hear from you: adele.pile47@gmail.com.

Web: Dennis Bury

Dennis Bury is editor of the PCPA newsletter and website

Dennis Bury is a semi retired Counselling Psychologist. He has been involved with individual therapy since 1973 and has a pluralistic approach. His various modalities have involved, in addition to PCP, Person Centred, CBT, REBT, EMDR, and Multi Modal Therapy. He was an accredited CBT Therapist and a UKCP Registered Personal Construct Psychotherapist.

He now teaches students psychology, participates in community projects and is conducting a project in the field of health communication. He is learning new skills in Science Writing. He can be approached via dennisscience@hotmail.com.

Diploma Course: : Adele Pile

Adele Pile is Chair of the Courses Board and the PCPA reperesentative on the UKCP committee on working with children

Adele writes:

I qualified as a personal construct psychotherapist in 2002 having been hooked into the philosophy of PCP since the early 1990s.

My involvement with PCPA began as a member and later Chair of the Courses Board. Four year ago I became Registrar taking on the responsibility for registering all our qualified members.

I have spent my career in the NHS working as a speech and language therapist and service manager and I believe that without my training in constructivist psychotherapy I would not have been able to work effectively with children, families and staff members. I retired from my managerial role in the NHS in 2012 but maintain a clinical caseload.

I am whole-heartedly committed to PCPA by extending our network and encouraging people from a range of professions to pursue their interest in PCP and constructivism.

I am currently working with Joady Brennan to redesign our Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling and we would like to involve more of our Registrant Members in the work. In my role on within the Children’s Faculty of UKCP I am particularly keen to hear from those of you who work with children and young people and to hear about your professional issues and aspirations.

I would love to hear from you: adele.pile47@gmail.com.