I'm aware of other groups - but the big difference is that they are private/closed.
I'm pretty sure we would support other groups within the person-centred community, sharing use of the skype account and whatever experience we have gathered over the last few years (although it's not exactly rocket science).
I don't understand our community.There are some opportunities known to many hundreds and yet taken up by only a relative handful. I recently offered what I thought would be quite an appealing collection of papers as a .zip folder and less than 10 out of a combined mailing of around 750 took up the offer.
Its a big world. Your encounter group venue could be known to billions if it got a return from Google, and there must be methods of helping that happen. I found this forum because i found the PCAN weekend encounter in Derbyshire for April via another forum somewhere. I was not at that point even considering a Skype encounter group as appealing to me. The PCAN site probably then led me to search on person centered therapy and so forth till I got here.
>>I recently offered what I thought would be quite an appealing collection of papers as a .zip folder
If you are saying they are appealing then I am guessing they might interest me if they are available to me. My email address is my user name here at hotmail.com