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When you’ve a moment, fire up your web-reader and investigate the following

sites. Each of them is designed with your present needs for ongoing support

and resources in mind. All access URLs are correct as of the start of June 2003;

should this change, a Google search under each of the italicised terms should

find the new one as required.

The Site of the Book! The Easy Guide to Repertory Grids

Website

If you need further examples of the various techniques described in this book,

do pay a visit to

. www.wiley.co.uk/easyguide

The material is cross-referenced to the various sections of this book, and is

pitched at several levels:

Practical Mindreading provides you with a Vade Mecum: companion material

giving you ‘more of the same’ if you feel you’d like further guidance on the

ground covered in this book.

The Repgrid Gateway is purely informational, acting as a portal to a growing

variety of repertory grid resources. It’s small at present but it is designed to

grow over time.

Consultancy Services provides you with contact information about commercially

charged repertory-grid based assistance should you ever require it.

The PCP Information Centre

The PCP Info Centre is an outstanding, and growing, portal to a variety of other

sites devoted to personal construct psychology and repertory grid technique,

run by Joern Scheer.

. http://www.pcp-net.de/info/

There are many very useful resources here: for example, access to a range of

support networks worldwide, of which the European Personal Construct

Association,

. http://www.pcp-net.de/epca/

the North American Personal Construct Association,

. http://www2.newpaltz.edu/~raskinj/NAPCNmain.htm

and the Australasian Personal Construct Group

. http://www.bendigo.latrobe.edu.au/health/hstud/pcp/APCG.html

will probably be the most helpful in putting you in touch with other people

interested in grid technique.

. http://www.enquirewithin.co.nz/

The material on this site, which announces a commercial service called

‘Enquire Within’, is itself gratis. There is so much valuable expertise in this

free material that you are well advised to look in to it.

PCP Bibliography

Gabrielle Chiari of the Italian Personal Construct Association has prepared a

comprehensive bibliography of publications on Personal Construct

Psychology and Psychotherapy in hard-copy form. This has now been

computerised and is being maintained by Beverly Walker of the Australian

Association. It is available at: http://www.psyc.uow.edu.au/pcp/citedb/index.html