Thanks for everyone who participated in our 2008 annual meeting in Hitchin, Herts, on 15th November 2008. We hope to see you again in 2010 in Derby!
BAPCA 2008 EVENT – A SPECIAL WEEKEND…
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The BAPCA 2008 Event: A Special Weekend...took place on 28th and 29th of June at King's College, Waterloo Site, in London and celebrated the life and work of Barbara Brodley and Jerold Bozarth.BAPCA thanks everybody who attended the event and helped to make it a truly special weekend!
Thanks for everybody who attended BAPCA 2009 AGM on 28th March at Leeds Metropolitan University.
The day was an opportunity to address BAPCA’s commitments and reconsider its present and future challenges.
For further info about some of the issues addressed, please check the links below.
Changes in Consciousness:
The PCA and a World in Transition
University of Reading
10 - 13 September 2009
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This year’s conference celebrated BAPCA’s 20thAnniversary. It took place against the backdrop of a global recession in which financial and environmental sands are shifting, where old systems no longer work and where experts appear at a loss for solutions.
At the same time we observe a tentative transition away from individualism towards more interdependent ways of thinking, relating and problem-solving. The conference invited delegates to consider this change in consciousness and to address the changes from a person-centred perspective.
BAPCA gives a big thanks for everyone who attended the conference and joined the effort to explore constructive ways to deal with the micro and macro challenges of our times. A deep thanks also to Carole Dale and BACP team for their precious support towards making the 20th Anniversary Conference such a big success.
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Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM)
University of Reading
11 September 2009
BAPCA thanks everybodywho attended the EGM!
The meeting was well attended and it was stimulating and refreshing to see the positive response from members, demonstrated by:
- The Coordinating Group (CG) having nine members and a deputy treasurer.
- Several people put their names forward to offer practical assistance.
- Many people put their names forward as available for more direct consultation in times of difficulties.
BAPCA 5th Conference
Adversity in PCA:
Dodo or Phoenix
Is the possibility of recovery
from adversity in PCA
'non-existent' or 'magnificent'?
Royal Agriculture College
19 - 22 August 2011
Mick Cooper | Suzanne Keys | Pete Sanders | Tracey Walshaw
For bursaries and further info, contact Annie Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you there!