‘Ties that Heal’: Geneva’s Counseling & Psychology Conference Oct. 2-4

| August 26, 2013

Webster University Geneva’s Psychology and Counseling department is hosting its second international conference in Geneva from October 2-4 at the Geneva International Conference Centre.

Building upon the success of last year’s inaugural Counseling and Psychology Conference, the 2013 Conference, “Ties that Heal,” will also be held Oct. 2-4 at the Geneva International Conference Centre.

Entitled “Ties that Heal,” the conference will explore the existential, neurobiological and interpersonal pathways to healing, with scholars and practitioners from Ireland, England, Switzerland and the U.S. participating.

The early registration deadline is Sept. 1.

Keynote speakers include: renowned existential author and practitioner Emmy Van Deurzen, who will address the meaning making process and challenges of the human condition in the context of therapy; Mike Wessells, Columbia University psychology professor, who will share his insights on “Navigating the personal journey of helping: Before, during and after crises”; Jungian analyst Margaret Wilkinson, who will discuss clinical insights that we can glean from neuroscience; Amy Banks, MD, who will offer a workshop on “how brain science can make our relationships calmer, stronger, safer and more inspiring.”

Click here to view speakers’ bios and the complete Conference schedule.

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