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March 22 2018, 0:00am - March 25, 0:00am

11th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology and call for proposals

Naropa University in Boulder,
$250 (Early Bird)


The foundations of Humanistic Psychology were forged in a community that had great interest in transforming the world into a much more loving and just place. Humanistic Psychology has also been concerned with appreciating contemplative practices and methods that cultures have developed over millennia, to nurture the love and wisdom innate to all human beings. Speakers who exemplify Humanistic and Contemplative vision will headline this conference, highlighting the shifting landscapes in mindfulness, social justice, and humanistic ways of being.

Featured Speakers

Vivian R. Chavez, Social Justice Advocate

 Judy Lief, Mindfulness Teacher

Stanley Krippner, Iconic Humanistic Psychologist

Stephany Rose, Social Justice Advocate


Call for ProposalsDeadline December 15, 2018

All themes are invited for submission to the conference, with a special call for experiential sessions, including live therapy demonstrations, workshops, skill-building forums, humanistic research and conversation hours.  Proposals that address the conference theme are especially encouraged. 

Preference will be given to CE workshops and presentations. Submit to: Submission website:

Last updated: 09 June 2023