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EHI’s Kirk Schneider is one of the Keynote Speakers!
*Can’t make it on those days? Register online through the link below and we’ll send you the conference recordings, accessible for a month!
Host: International Network on Personal Meaning (INPM)
Registration on : https://www.meaning.ca/conferences-and-events/meaning-conference-2021/
INPM invite you to the 11th Biennial International Meaning Conference, where you will learn from leading researchers, practitioners, and educators on how to rise to such challenges, transcend pandemic fatigue, and live a meaningful life. The International Meaning Conferences continue to be the only world congress on existential positive psychology, embracing disciplines ranging from psychology, philosophy, and religion, to management, education, and medicine.
Come and learn the new science of flourishing through suffering. More specifically, you will learn: How to find healing and hope in tragic times and how to transform vulnerabilities to resilience.
Given travel restrictions, we are pleased to offer the conference virtually and reach more people globally. Mark August 6–8, 2021, on your calendars so that you do not miss this unique event.
Confirmed keynote speakers thus far include Kristján Kristjánsson, Darcia Narvaez, Robert Emmons, Todd Kashdan, Scott Barry Kaufman, Tim Lomas, Robert Neimeyer, Kirk Schneider, Scott Churchill, Blaine Fowers, Farooq Naeem, Christina Becker, and Paul Wong.
We have chosen the conference theme, because at a time when our vulnerability is laid bare by the external threats and our collective existential crisis, we embrace it as an opportunity to explore and discover new pathways to resilience and wellbeing in trying times. Subthemes of the conference include the following:
This is only a subset of the expanding domain of existential positive psychology (PP 2.0). All submissions are welcome in any areas related to the adaptive benefits of what is typically considered as detrimental to wellbeing.