Attend The Society of Humanistic Psychology 16th Annual Conference

March 16 @ 8:00 am – March 19 @ 5:00 pm MDT

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

Community. Collaboration. Embodiment:
Cultivating an Ethic of Radical Hospitality in Treacherous Times

“How I experience the world is different from how you experience the world, and both our interpretations matter.”

~~Manulani Aluli-Meyer, Indigenous Scholar, Ocean Peoples

Cultivating an ethic of radical hospitality in treacherous times


“Inhale, soft front. Relaxed and at ease. Cultivate an ethic of radical hospitality. Embracing paradox in the embodiments of generosity, curiosity, and humility–cultural, intellectual, and epistemological, sets the table for radical hospitality in treacherous times with a joyful effort embodied in service to the good work of good trouble in community. Exhale, opening to awe and its loving expression, respect. Revel in our diversity and the mutual accompaniment of our Belonging for we have always belonged to each other. Now more than ever, in treacherous times, let us not break faith with one another and re-member what it is to welcome each other, in the cultivation of an ethic of radical hospitality.”

~~Dr. Gina Belton, President APA Division 32 President, Society of Humanistic Psychology.

Continuing Education: APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

For more information on CE offerings please contact Dr. Julie Falk at shpcechair@gmail.com

To request accessibility accommodations please contact Dr. Betz King at betzking@gmail.com

Keynote Speaker: Roshi Joan Halifax, PhD, Upaya Institute and Zen Center

Highlighted Speaker Panel: The Ways of Healing & Helping: Indigenous Perspectives of Being a Good Human/Relative

Featuring: Dr. Vicky Lomay, Dr. Tina Lincort, Dr. Kee Straights, Dr. Julii Green, Dr. Royleen J. Ross, Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier, and Dr. Denise Newman

Registration and Continuing Ed

Registration fees:

Full Conference: $200-$300; Single Day: $100
Division 32 Community Dinner Saturday Eve: Join community for posters, hor d’eurves, a cash bar, and dinner for an opportunity to mingle and break bread together. Single Dinner Reservation: $50
Limited number of work/study positions are available please reach out to SHP Conference Chair Dr Vanessa Brown at VBrown5@Saybrook.edu by February 19th for more info.

Continuing Education Fee: $50
APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

For more information on CE offerings please contact Dr. Julie Falk at shpcechair@gmail.com

To request accessibility accommodations please contact Dr. Betz King at betzking@gmail.com

Registration and More Info

Please Note: this event is not being managed by EHI. Please contact SHP Conference Chair, Dr Vanessa Brown about the Conference via email: vbrown5@saybrook.edu.

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