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Association for Humanistic Psychology: This is an organization founded by Carl Rogers, Virginia Satir, and Abraham Maslow in the late 1950s and is comprised of educators, students, doctors, politicians, scientists, health and social workers, activists--anyone who shares humanistic values and wants to make a difference.
Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach, Inc: The Association for the Development of the Person-Centered Approach is an international network of individuals who support the development and application of the person-centered approach. ADPCA welcomes the participation of educators, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, health service providers, counselors, organization development specialists, students, and all persons who are interested in the field of human relations and personal and interpersonal development.
Biography of Carl Rogers: This site provides a biography of Carl Rogers by Howard Kirschenbaum.
Carl Rogers Archive at the University of California, Santa Barbara: Library Archives of Humanistic Psychology include writings, videotapes, and audiotapes of Carl Rogers, Virginia Satir, Rollo May, and many other authors.
The Center for Studies of the Person: Located in La Jolla, California, it offers experiential learning and workshops related to the person-centered approach.
The Focusing Institute: The institute trains participants how to gain direct access to a bodily knowing. Training is based on a long series of research studies conducted at the University of Chicago and now internationally.
Kids’ Workshops: These workshops offer training to encourage children, in a person-centered manner, to grow into adults who live more profoundly.
The New York Person-Centered Resource Center: This is an informational website established to create awareness of person-centered activities and to help promote the person-centered approach in New York City.
Person-Centered Expressive Therapy Institute--Natalie Rogers: This is the website for Carl Rogers’s daughter, Natalie.
The Strengths Academy: This site offers a number of materials on Rogers and maintains that the strength movement is an outgrowth of Carl Rogers.
CCI Co-Counselling International: This site is primarily about CCI co-counselling in the United Kingdom.
International Archives of the Person-Centered Approach: In Dutch, French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, and German (director: Alberto S. Segrera).
Network of the European Associations for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling: PCE Europe aims to further co-operation between person-centered and experiential associations and groups in Europe through common projects and mutual support.
World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling: This organization is located in the United Kingdom. The website provides information about person-centered and experiential psychotherapy, their biennial conferences, and the PCEP journal.