The main conference theme is: Living well and
dying well: New frontiers in positive psychology, therapy and
It addresses the existential/spiritual issues that confront individuals in their journey through life and the character strengths they need to survive and flourish in trying situations.
The conference brings together leading authorities to provide the latest developments in research, intervention and spiritual insight on how to live fully and vitally with the awareness of suffering and death. Professional workshops include logotherapy, humanistic-existential therapy, meaning-centered counseling and narrative therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy.
Confirmed keynote speakers include:
Confirmed invited speakers include:
Grace Akallo, Adam Blatner, Victor Cicirelli, Chris Davis, Grafton Eliason, Kenneth Hart, Marnin Heisel, Mark Landau, Dmitri Leontiev, Israel Orbach, Michael F. Pare, Jordan Peterson, Nancy Reeves, Gary T. Reker, Adrian Tomer, Ryan Niemiec, and H. T. Tseng
The forthcoming Meaning Conference will also offer many professional workshops, such as Logotherapy, Meaning-Centered Counselling and Narrative Therapy, Humanistic-Existential therapy, Play Therapy, Expressive Therapy, and Grief Counselling.
The Conference offers a unique opportunity to learn from and leading authorities about the latest developments in clinical skills, research findings, and spiritual insights on life's big questions:
All attendees from outside North American will enjoy a 40%
discount of conference registration fees.
This program is co-sponsored by The Milton H. Erickson Foundation. The Milton H. Erickson Foundation is approved to provide Continuing Education Credits for Physicians, Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Certified Counselors, and Nurses. Please contact The Erickson Foundation at email@example.com for more information.
Call For Papers
Presentation types: Poster, paper, symposium, and workshop. Abstracts for poster and paper submissions should be about 500 words. Proposals for symposia should include a 500-word overview and short abstracts (about 200 words) by individual participants. Proposal for workshop should include a 1000-word overview. Please submit all abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Deadline for abstract submissions: May 15,
Notice of acceptance: Before June 16, 2008