Eight Monthly, 1.5 hour Webinars

September–December 2022 and February–May 2023

Join us for this unique opportunity.

Webinar 1 First Principles
1.9.2022., Thursday,  8.00-9.30 am

Webinar 2 From Relationship Therapy to the Person-centred Approach: A Brief History
6.10.2022., Thursday, 8.00-9.30 am

Webinar 3: A Theory of Therapy
2.11.2022., Wednesday, 7.30-9.00 pm

Webinar 4: On Becoming A Person
7.12.2022. Wednesday, 7.30-9.00 pm

Webinar 5: Human Needs, Development and Personality
1.2.2023., Wednesday, 7.30-9.00 pm

Webinar 6: The Person in Context
1.3.2023., Wednesday, 7.30-9.00 pm

Webinar 7: Person-centred Education
5.4.2023., Thursday, 8.00-9.30 am

Webinar 8: Beyond the Individual, Beyond Therapy
4.5.2023., Thursday, 8.00-9.30 am

For whom: (trainees) psychotherapists, counselors, psychologist

Fee: 1500,00kn/200eur/for the course

For more info contact us: info@centarproventus.hr, www.centarproventus.hr

(limited spaces available)

This online course will be in English without translation. Written material will be provided.

About Keith Tudor:

Keith Tudor is a Certified Transactional Analyst and a Teaching and Supervising Transactional Analyst. He is a Professor of Psychotherapy at Auckland University of Technology, Aotearoa New Zealand, where he is currently Head of the School of Public Health & Psychosocial Studies. Keith is also closely identified with the person-centered approach to psychology, which informs his perspective on co-creativity, and on which he has published extensively. He was co-founder and for 17 years co-director of Temenos, Sheffield, UK. He is an internationally recognized author and editor; he is the series editor of Advancing Theory in Therapy (Routledge), the editor of Psychotherapy and Politics International (Wiley-Blackwell), and (for the past six years) the co-editor of Ata: Journal of Psychotherapy Aotearoa New Zealand. His recent books include (with Graeme Summers) Co-Creative Transactional Analysis (Karnac, 2015); Conscience and Critic (Routledge, 2017); The Book of Evan: The Work and Life of Evan McAra Sherrard (Resource Books, 2017), Pluralism in Psychotherapy (Resource Books, 2017), and Psychotherapy: A Critical Examination (PCCS Books, 2018).