CALENDAR OF EVENTS

A curated listing of international critical psychology conferences and events. Email us at [email protected] if you’d like to suggest an event.

Events in May 2024

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April 29, 2024
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May 1, 2024(2 events)

35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference


May 1, 2024 May 4, 2024

Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time

Join Bessel van der Kolk and the Trauma Research Foundation from May 1st to 4th for the 35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference. With a legacy spanning over three decades, our commitment to seamlessly integrate scientific exploration with clinical practice has guided the evolution of this conference. From exploring body rhythms to discussing arts, science, theatre, and the latest findings in psychedelics and neurofeedback, this year’s program reflects our dedication to innovation and practical insights from diverse practitioners.

The conference provides a valuable opportunity for a genuine exchange of knowledge. Engage in scientific exploration, participate in hands-on experiential sessions, and connect with colleagues who share a passion for shaping the trajectory of trauma research and care. It’s not just about learning; it’s a chance to grow and connect with like-minded professionals actively contributing to the field.

 

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May 2, 2024(1 event)

35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference


May 1, 2024 May 4, 2024

Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time

Join Bessel van der Kolk and the Trauma Research Foundation from May 1st to 4th for the 35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference. With a legacy spanning over three decades, our commitment to seamlessly integrate scientific exploration with clinical practice has guided the evolution of this conference. From exploring body rhythms to discussing arts, science, theatre, and the latest findings in psychedelics and neurofeedback, this year’s program reflects our dedication to innovation and practical insights from diverse practitioners.

The conference provides a valuable opportunity for a genuine exchange of knowledge. Engage in scientific exploration, participate in hands-on experiential sessions, and connect with colleagues who share a passion for shaping the trajectory of trauma research and care. It’s not just about learning; it’s a chance to grow and connect with like-minded professionals actively contributing to the field.

 

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May 3, 2024(1 event)

35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference


May 1, 2024 May 4, 2024

Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time

Join Bessel van der Kolk and the Trauma Research Foundation from May 1st to 4th for the 35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference. With a legacy spanning over three decades, our commitment to seamlessly integrate scientific exploration with clinical practice has guided the evolution of this conference. From exploring body rhythms to discussing arts, science, theatre, and the latest findings in psychedelics and neurofeedback, this year’s program reflects our dedication to innovation and practical insights from diverse practitioners.

The conference provides a valuable opportunity for a genuine exchange of knowledge. Engage in scientific exploration, participate in hands-on experiential sessions, and connect with colleagues who share a passion for shaping the trajectory of trauma research and care. It’s not just about learning; it’s a chance to grow and connect with like-minded professionals actively contributing to the field.

 

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May 4, 2024(2 events)

35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference


May 1, 2024 May 4, 2024

Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time

Join Bessel van der Kolk and the Trauma Research Foundation from May 1st to 4th for the 35th Annual Boston International Trauma Conference. With a legacy spanning over three decades, our commitment to seamlessly integrate scientific exploration with clinical practice has guided the evolution of this conference. From exploring body rhythms to discussing arts, science, theatre, and the latest findings in psychedelics and neurofeedback, this year’s program reflects our dedication to innovation and practical insights from diverse practitioners.

The conference provides a valuable opportunity for a genuine exchange of knowledge. Engage in scientific exploration, participate in hands-on experiential sessions, and connect with colleagues who share a passion for shaping the trajectory of trauma research and care. It’s not just about learning; it’s a chance to grow and connect with like-minded professionals actively contributing to the field.

 

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Part II: Supporting Extreme States, Dissociation & Experiences Labeled as Psychosis


May 4, 2024

Time Zone: Eastern Time

Mad in America presents Part II of a special panel discussion on understanding and supporting those experiencing extreme states, dissociation, and experiences labeled as psychosis. We’ll take a deeper dive into how engaging and validating these states can serve as a supportive tool for healing. We’ll provide concrete examples of possible approaches and demonstrate that recovery, even in people labeled as “incurable,” is possible in various forms. Our expert panel includes survivors, family members, and therapists. Extensive resources will be shared, and the discussion will conclude with an open audience Q&A.

 

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May 24, 2024(1 event)

Current Issues in Psychiatry with Dr. David Healy


May 24, 2024

Join us May 23rd in Lexington, KY for a one-day conference with Dr. David Healy, Geoff Wilson, LCSW, LCADC, CCS, and Angela Peacock, MSW, CPC.
REGISTRATION:
Please email Geoff Wilson at [email protected] to register
TOPICS:
Dr. Healy will present on “The Hazards of Anti-Depressants: Suicidality, Homicidality, Sexual Problems, Substance Misuse, Akathisia, and Protracted Withdrawal” & ‘Mental Health in a Post-Truth Era: What Evidence can we Trust when Treating People?”
PRESENTERS:
Angela Peacock, MSW, CPC
“Improving Patient Outcomes by listening to Patient Communities, an Emerging Evidence Base."
Geoff Wilson, LCSW, LCADC, CCS
“A Collaborative Approach to Care.”
WHEN:
May 24, 2024
9:00 am – 3:30pm EDT
WHERE:
Embassy Suites-Newtown Pike Lexington, KY
COST:
$75.00 includes Breakfast & Lunch
CONTINUING EDUCATION:
CMEs for Physicians provided
Nursing CEUs and CEUs for Social Work, Psychology, LPCC, Alcohol & Drug Counselors & LMFT

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