Div. 32 Annual Conference
The Society for Humanistic Psychology has been holding annual conferences since 2007. The annual conference is an opportunity for colleagues and students to meet together and discuss their interests and work in an intimate venue.
An Introduction to Div. 32 Conferences
Members of Div. 32, speakers and psychologists discuss what the Div. 32 conferences mean to them and how this event informs their practice and research.
Eleventh Annual Conference
Dates: March 22-25, 2018
Location: Boulder, Colo.
Theme: Liberation through Wisdom and Love: Humanistic Psychology, Social Justice and Contemplative Practice
Hosted by Naropa University and the Society for Humanistic Psychology. Find more information and register on the conference website.
Ninth Annual Conference
Dates: March 17-20, 2016
Location: San Francisco
Theme: Humanistic (R)evolution 2.0: Re-Visioning Human Potential, Education & Healthcare
Hosted by San Francisco State University and the Society for Humanistic Psychology. View conference website.
Fifth Annual Conference
Dates: March 29 - April 1, 2012
Theme: Person, Consciousness and Community
Keynote Presenters: Isaac Prilleltensky, PhD, Constance Fishcer, PhD, and Robert Stolorow, PhD
Hosted by Point Park University and the Society for Humanistic Psychology
Fourth Annual Conference
Dates: April 15 - 17, 2011
Theme: In the World...On the Edge
Keynote Presenters: Ernesto Spinelli, David Elkins, Voyce Hendrix, Maureen O'Hara
Conference Sponsors: APA Division 32, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, International Institute for Humanistic Studies, Samaritan Interfaith Counseling Center, Existential-Humanistic Institute, Louis and Heatherlynn Hoffman, Todd and Jennifer DuBose, Switzer Counseling Center, Saybrook University, Kerry Moustakas and The Center for Growth.
Third Annual Conference
Location: Colorado Springs, Colo.
Theme: Humanistic Psychology, Psychotherapy and Action: Transformation in a Time of Change
Keynote Presenters: Leslie Greenberg, Pratyusha Tummala-Narra, Tom Pyszczynski