Welcome to CAPS!
CAPS members serve as psychologists, educators, psychiatrists, physicians, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, professional and lay counselors, researchers, psychological assistants, interns, pastors, chaplains, theologians, pastoral counselors, and students.
CAPS encourages in-depth consideration of therapeutic, research, theoretical, and theological issues. The association is a forum for creative new ideas. In fact, our publications and conferences are the birthplace for many of the formative concepts in our field today.
2014 CAPS International Conference
April 3-5, 2014 ♦ Atlanta, Georgia
Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel
This year's conference, Ever Related: Trauma, Intimacy and Attachment, will be an exciting time with pleanary addresses from Curtis Thompson, MD, psychiatrist and author of Anatomy of the Soul, Heather Gingrich PhD, professor and author of Restoring the Shattered Self: A Christian Counselor's Guide to Complex Trauma, Frauke Schaefer, MD, psychiatrist and co-editor of the book Trauma and Resilience: Effectively Supporting Those Who Serve God,and Maria Ritter, PhD, psychoanalyst and author of Return to Dresden - A Psychoanalyst’s view on Trauma and Recovery.
New this Year!
Thursday Night Kick-off (included with your regular registration)
Thursday night starts with a new Kick-off Dinner followed by the Opening Plenary Session Shame and Love: The Embodied Affects of Rupture and Repair by Curt Thompson, MD. After the opening plenary session, we'll have our annual Dessert Reception where you can reconnect with colleagues and friends and meet the new professionals and students who are joining us this year.
Self Care Track
The new Self Care Track provides an opportunity help you to care for yourself and find moments of respite during these busy days. Steve Stratton, PhD and his team have created a series of experiences designed to help heal and refresh the soul.
Explore the City (Friday)
Friday night is your night to hang out with your friends and explore the city. Typically our conferences are so packed with great things to do that in order to spend quality time with others you would have to miss some events. This year, we created space for connections and exploration so enjoy your evening with friends and invite someone along who is a first time attendee.
Registration Now Open! Click here to register
APA Div. 36 Midyear Research Conference
on Religion and Spirituality
APRIL 25-26, 2014 ♦ BIOLA UNIVERSITY
(The following is not a CAPS sponsored event but it might be of interest to some members.)
The 12th Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality will be hosted by Division 36 of APA. After many years on the east coast, in 2014 the meeting will be held at a new location for the first time. It will be held at Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University, in La Mirada, Calif. on April 25-26, 2014.
For more info, go to http://www.apadivisions.org/division-36/news-events/midyear-conference/index.aspx
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