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Join SHP colleagues, students, professionals, and friends over a three-day virtual conference hosting a mixture of live and pre-recorded presentations, a poster session, and opportunities for socializing throughout the conference
This conference theme focuses on the future of humanistic psychology by acknowledging its past as we prepare to move toward a post human(e)istic psychology. This movement and action pivots on honorable deconstruction to build an alternative to supremacist ideologies in professional practice, including research, assessment, therapeutic care, scholarship, and “super”-vision. As we rebuild, we better position humanistic psychology (HP) to prepare for and respond to a post-humanistic world, while addressing the existential crises of sustainability, ecology, global warming, our movement away from speciesism and the rising of the post-human age of machines. With this, we are tasked to engage ourselves as practitioners and public scholars in the world and on the edge of situated values (humanistic, existential, transpersonal, spiritual) of our tradition. Calling upon Cornell West’s “organic intellectual,” we are prepared to dive into interprofessional and interdisciplinary circles and events that this conference honors.
Pre-recorded presentations will be available on demand throughout the conference and for 3 months thereafter. Presenters include: Irene R. Siegel, Silvio Machado, Jonathan D. Raskin, Brittany Trauthwein, Micah Ingle, Susan G. Goldberg, Jamal Ghazi, David Tomaselli, Latha Poonamallee, and many more!
March 25, 2022
9 AM PT President’s Address: Guardians of In-Tangible Matters – An Urgent Vocation for a Post-Human(e)-istic Age (1 CE)
Dr. Todd DuBose, SHP President
12 PM PT Engaging Love to Overcome Hate (poetry experiential) Standing Committee Against Hate Incidents
3 PM PT We Shall Rise: Critical Praxis for Socioecological Justice of American Descendants of Slavery (2 CEs)
Dr. Derrick Sebree, Jr.
March 26, 2022
9 AM PT Becoming an Existential-Humanistic Therapist: Lessons from the Journey (1.5 CEs)
Panel Presentation with Dr. Louis Hoffman & Dr. Julia Falk
(K. Schneider, K. Zymnis, M. Yang, N. Granger, B. Varisco)
12 PM PT The Philosopher’s Stone: Existential Humanistic Psychology in the Here-and-Now of Managed Care (2 CEs)
Panel Presentation with Dr. Betz King & Dr. Adam Duberstein
(A. Brent, D. Oseas, B. Peterson, C. Ransley, S. Sugarman)
3 PM PT Challenges and Opportunities for Humanistic Education in the 2020s (2 CEs)
Dr. Andrew Bland, Dr. Eugene M. De Robertis, & Dr. Drake Spaeth
March 27, 2022
9 AM PT Excellence and a Mindful Path to Self-Actualizing (1 CE)
Dr. Donna Rockwell
12 PM PT SHP Fellows Talk: War as Social Pathology – Reading Geopolitics Through a Hermeneutics of Love (2 CEs)
Dr. Brent Robbins
3 PM PT SHP Fellows Talk: Optimizing Erotic Intimacy – A Phenomenological, Existential and Experiential Approach to Research, Theory and Practice (1.5 CEs)
Dr. Peggy J. Kleinplatz
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.
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If you have questions about the conference or how to register, contact Vanessa Brown about CE and Dr Betz Brown for accessibility accommodations at firstname.lastname@example.org.