The links here presented are some resources for you to learn about the PCA worldwide. ADPCA does not have connection with and responsibility for the information provided on the respective links. All logos displayed on this list are trademarks of their respective owners. If you have suggestions of person-centered links to be included in our resources page, you are welcome to contact us.

Titlesort ascending Description
WAPCEPC Website The website of the World Association for Person Centered & Experiential Psychotherapy & Counselling (WAPCEPC).
The Person-Centred Website An international person-centred resource maintained by Peter S. Schmid, from Austria. On the site, you may find information about international events, books, audiovisual materials and papers, including Rogers' complete bibliography.
The Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology The home of The Japanese Association for Humanistic Psychology, which aims "to carry forward study and practice by understanding and revitalizing humanistic values, and to contribute to society".
Society for Humanistic Psychology The website of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Division 32 of the American Psychological Association (APA).
Sage A world leading independent academic and professional publisher, offering a selection of publications related to the Person-Centered Approach.
Pre-Therapy International Network Homepage of the Pre-Therapy International Network (PTIN), where you may find information about past and present developments in Pre-Therapy, the approach founded by Garry Prouty.
PCCS Books An independent mental health publisher dedicated to person-centred and experiential approaches, reflexive, radical and critical contemporary psychology theory and practice.
Palgrave Macmillan An academic publisher that offers a range of person-centered books.
NEAPCEPC Website The website for the Network of the European Associations for for Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling (NEAPCEPC).
International Archives of the Person-Centered Approach A rich multilingual resource, which was initiated over forty years ago by Alberto Segrera. The present homepage is the result of joint efforts sponsored by the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico.