Students & Professionals Encouraged to Attend PCP2011
Posted on February 21, 2011
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“Pushing the Boundaries of Constructivism: Collaborating across Theories, Applications, and Methods”
Keynote Speakers: Michael Bamberg, Hubert Hermans, Ellyn Kaschak
Featured Speakers: Jay Efran, Scott Johnson, Sheila McNamee, Spencer McWilliams, Robert Neimeyer, Jörn Scheer, Beverly Walker, Bill Warren, David Winter
Beginning with personal construct psychology in 1955, constructivist-influenced theories have been used in multiple ways in psychology, other social sciences, and the humanities. The goal of this congress is to bring together those incorporating one or more modes of constructivist thought into research, theory, scholarship, and professional practice.
The congress will be held at the John Hancock Hotel & Conference Center in the heart of Boston. Accommodations and congress sessions will be in one convenient and affordable location! Information about constructivism—including personal construct psychology, radical constructivism, social constructionism, narrative psychology, and dialogical science—can be found on the Constructivist Psychology Network website. Relevant links, online articles, and educational videos are readily available.
Co-organizers: Jack S. Kahn (congress chair) and Jonathan D. Raskin (program chair)
Students and Professionals are encouraged to attend! Discounted student rates and Continuing Education for professional psychologists will be available:
* Early registration and discounted hotel reservations through March 15.
* Special registration rates to make the congress affordable for students.
* Continuing Education for psychologists will be available for purchase at very affordable rates. Pay one rate to attend as many CE-approved congress sessions as you wish! Get a special combined rate for the congress plus the post-congress Dialogical Approach workshop on July 23.
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