Encouraging inquiring men and women: teaching, windsurfing, and Duck `a l’Orange
Fay Fransella set up the Centre for Personal Construct Psychology as a bold experiment to make the theory more accessible to whoever might find it useful. The process of its establishment and its changing nature are outlined in this article. In its implementation and promotion of the theory, the Centre had important impacts on people's professional and personal lives, as evidenced in my own life. Fransella's pragmatic approach to life, her bold experiments, and her creative solutions were reflective of an adoption of a theory as something to be lived, not just an intellectual pursuit.
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