Editorial : special issue on the PCE 2021 conference. Tihei mauri ora – contact, culture, and context

Revell, Steff and Rodgers, Brian and Stephen, Susan and Tudor, Keith (2022) Editorial : special issue on the PCE 2021 conference. Tihei mauri ora – contact, culture, and context. Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies, 21 (2). pp. 97-99. ISSN 1477-9757 (https://doi.org/10.1080/14779757.2022.2073867)

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We have great pleasure in introducing this special, themed issue of articles from PCE 2021, the 14th biennial conference of the World Association of Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapy & Counseling (WAPCEPC). While we are delighted to introduce this issue, we are also mindful of a number of losses in our changing world, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the recent invasion of Ukraine, and in our person-centered and experiential (PCE) community. At the beginning of the conference last year, we acknowledged the latter, including the passing of Melissa Harte, Bernie Neville, Charles O'Leary, and Peter Schmid. As we were preparing this editorial, we heard of the death of Pete Sanders who, with Maggie Taylor-Sanders, established PCCS counseling training in Manchester, UK, and, later, PCCS Books. Apart from these achievements, Pete had a huge passion for the approach; an incisive mind that he brought to bear in critiquing the medical/psychiatric model and establishment; a commitment to social justice; and a wicked sense of humor. He will be sorely missed.


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