Eighth Annual Energy Psychology Conference (Lighting the Way to)

Venue: Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 08, 2006 End Date/Time: Nov 15, 2006
Registration Date: Oct 30, 2006
Early Registration Date: Aug 15, 2006
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 01, 2006
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The Best of the Best
Come celebrate and learn with your dynamic colleagues. At this exciting event you will have the opportunity to interact and learn directly from top experts in the field of Comprehensive Energy Psychology. Our faculty is comprised of over 24 of today’s leading teachers and authors bridging science and spirituality. These are the leaders of today and tomorrow whose work is on the cutting edge of this new technology. You will acquire the latest ideas, innovations and philosophies in the field. You will also become a part of our family - a select group of individuals from many different disciplines, coming together to expand the vision of Energy Psychology.

Our commitment to the community is to promote the field of Complementary Healthcare with the highest integrity. Our commitment to you is to provide the highest quality education in our advancement of that objective. Our overall goal is to more fully define, establish and promote the evolving discipline of Energy Psychology through Theory, Application, Innovation and Research.

Who Should Attend?
Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Physicians, Nurses, Chiropractors, Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, Counselors, Educators, Clergy, Human Resource Professionals, EAP Counselors, Trauma Specialists, Police & Correction Workers, Energy Medicine Practitioners, Alternative Health Care Providers, Coaches. This conference is open to anyone interested in their own healing and personal growth.

Continuing Education Credits available.

Featured Speakers:
Norman Shealy, MD, Ann Nunley, PhD., Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD, Eric Pearl, DC.

We also feature an extensive professionally run Bookstore and Exhibits area.


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