2011 Annual Conference of The Society for Humanistic Psychology Division 32 of the American Psychological Association

Humanistic Psychology: In The World…On The Edge

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“In the world…On the edge” focuses on the importance of humanistic psychology in a world of global crisis and transition. Conference highlights include discussions on the state of the art and future of existential analysis around the world; shamanic journeying and the call of deep ecopsychology; the challenges of experiential, radical validation and “meetings” within radical diversity on an international level; our presence or absence in the world-wide internet, media, entertainment, and sports; critical challenges of psychology as a discipline that “recovers soul,” among other exciting possibilities.

Featuring:

  • Ernesto Spinelli:  Uncertainty:  Exploring Our Responses To An Unpredictable World
  • Voyce Hendrix:  Soteria House Revisited: How It Worked…Implications For Today
  • David Elkins:  Dreaming the Future:  A Vision Of Humanistic Psychology In 2020
  • Maureen O“4Hara:  Humanistic Praxis As Cultural Leadership

Click here for the official conference program and a guide to Chicago.

Travel and Accommodations:

Registration Fees (now and at the door):

  • Div. 32 Member: $325
  • Non-Member: $350
  • Student: $200

CEs will be available!

REGISTER.

Please make your check or money order to: APA Division 32 Conference 2011 and mail it to:The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Attn: William Duke, Treasurer/Conference 325 North Wells Chicago, IL 60654.

For more information, please contact the Conference Chairperson, Todd DuBose, at tdubose@thechicagoschool.edu, 312-329-6694, or Brent Robbins, the Conference Coordinator at: bdeanrob@janushead.org, or Louis Hoffman, the Continuing Education Coordinator at: louishoffman@gmail.com.