Annual Section Conference
BPS Transpersonal Psychology Section 17th Annual Conference
The BPS Transpersonal Section will be holding its seventeenth Annual Conference on Friday 20 to Sunday 22 September 2013 at Cober Hill,Cloughton, near Scarborough, in North Yorkshire.
Begins on Friday 2.30 pm (registration from 11am)- Sunday 2pm
Details of the venue can be found at: http://www.coberhill.co.uk Keynotes speakers
Richard Tarnas, Professor of philosophy and psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies and author of The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding the Ideas That Have Shaped Our World View and Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New World View.
"Understanding Our Moment in History: Transpersonal Psychology, the Modern Self, and the State of the Planet."
Yochanan Altman, Professor in the Business School of London Metropolitan University and founder of the Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion. "Spirituality at work: psychological perspectives"
Tim Wheater, award winning composer, flautist, vocalist, and performer who teaches Sound Healing via the Wheater Sound Academy. "The power of sound and music for therapeutic change"
Booking your place:
To register for the conference and book accommodation at Cober Hill, please complete and send the below registration form to the Chair of the Arrangements Committee, Dr Ho Law at firstname.lastname@example.org
Any queries concerning accommodation or special requirements should be directed to Dr Law.
Registration Form TPS
Papers may be on any aspect of transpersonal psychology (from
theoretical to empirical, practice-based to original research).
Non-members are welcome to submit papers for presentation at the
conference although priority will be given to section members. The usual
time allocated for each paper, including discussion, will be 45 minutes
(up to 90 minutes for workshops or symposia). Speakers should aim to
make papers readily understandable to a non-specialist audience and they
should not simply read aloud an article intended for publication.
Call for papers
The deadline for the receipt of all submissions is Friday July 12, 2013. Submissions received after this date will be considered only in exceptional circumstances. Submitters will be notified of the outcome by August 1.
Abstracts of all accepted submissions other than workshops will be
included in the convention booklet, provided that they are received
before the deadline.
All submissions must be submitted electronically using the attached
submission form. They should be emailed, as attachments, to the Chair of
the Program Committee, Prof. Chris Roe at email@example.com.
Authors who are not online or who for some other reason cannot meet
these requirements should contact the Programme Chair via the Psychology
Division, The University of Northampton, Park Campus, Northampton NN2
7AL [tel. +44 (0) 1604 892623, fax. +44 (0) 1604 720636]
Transformation and the Transpersonal Flyer
Transpersonal Psychology addresses the spiritual nature of humankind. Unlike religion and theology, its interest centres on the mind and behaviour; hence it is a branch of Psychology. All the major spiritual and mystical traditions of the world incorporate teachings about the nature of mind and promote behavioural practices intended - amongst other goals - to bring about psychological transformations. Transpersonal psychology addresses these teachings and practices, researching their value and evaluating their relationships to ideas promulgated in Psychology. In essence Transpersonal Psychology seeks to integrate non-scientific spiritual insights with observations and models associated with the rigorous methodological approach of psychological science.
Click herefor an illustrated introduction to Transpersonal Psychology by Michael Daniels PhD, given as a keynote address at the 2011 Annual Conference. Audio recordings from the past four conferences are available here.
Transpersonal Psychology Section Survey
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Web site - http://transpersonalpsychology.org.uk
- belongs to the Transpersonal Section of the British Psychological Society. Its purpose is to keep you up to date with Section events and the wider transpersonal community in the UK. Here you will find links to the section review
, news about upcoming events and audio recordings
of the annual section conference keynotes. News and new material is uploaded regularly, so do bookmark this site and pay a return visit soon. If you would like to join the section, click here
Audio Recordings of Conference Keynote Speakers
High quality recordings of keynote presentations from the 12th (2008), 13th (2009), 14th (2010) and 15th (2011) Annual Transpersonal Section Conferences are available from the menu on the top left of this page or you can click here.
In addition, audio recordings of the special Study Day celebrating the life of Professor David Fontana & his contribution to psychical research and transpersonal psychology on November 5th 2011 are available here. (Please note that the audio quality of these Special Event recordings is poor.)