Renowned humanistic psychologists will converge in Chicago on April 15 for compelling workshops and discourse at the 2011 Annual Conference of The Society for Humanistic Psychology Division 32 of the American Psychological Association. This year’s conference, entitled "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.
The conference will take place on April 15-17 at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. For detailed information on the event, click here.