Plenary Speakers

Rev. Dr. Siang-Yang Tan
Senior Professor of Psychology Fuller Seminary

Dr. Tan has been an active member of the seminary faculty since 1985. A licensed psychologist and Fellow of the APA, he has authored over 20 books, the newest of which, Counseling and psychotherapy: A Christian perspective (2nd ed.), is due out in this year. He has written numerous articles and been a regularly invited speaker at conferences, seminaries and graduate programs across the country and internationally.

Dr. Tan is a past president of the Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (Div. 36 of the APA) and is one of the leading voices in Christian counseling. Dr. Tan has also served as the senior pastor of First Evangelical Church in Glendale, California for over 25 years.

Julie Exline, PhD
Professor of Psychology Case Western Reserve University

Dr. Exline is the co-author of the recently released Working with Spiritual Struggles in Psychotherapy From Research to Practice. Her primary research interests focus on spiritual struggles and supernatural attributions.

Dr. Exline is a clinical psychologist and was certified as a spiritual director through the Ignatian Spirituality Institute at John Carroll University. She is a past president of the Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (Div. 36 of the APA) and is a recipient of the Society’s Margaret Gorman Early Career Award, Virginia Sexton Mentoring Award, and William James Award, in recognition of her research in the psychology of religion and spirituality.

Early Bird (by 3/1)

Member: $175
  • Non-CAPS Member $250
  • NEW-Member Package: CAPS Membership $265
  • Student CAPS Member: $65
  • Student Non-CAPS Member: $115
  • Student NEW-Member Package: Registration & CAPS Membership $125
  • CE: $50

Regular Registration (AFTER 3/1)

Member: $225
  • Non-CAPS Member $300
  • NEW-Member Package: CAPS Membership $315
  • Student CAPS Member: $90
  • Student Non-CAPS Member: $145
  • Student NEW-Member Package: Registration & CAPS Membership $155
  • CE: $50

FAQ’s

Why is CAPS going virtual again?

We hoped to meet in person in 2022, but we were concerned about the health of our members and the financial impact of a live conference, both for our attendees and CAPS. Philippians 2:3-4 reminds us to be humble in decision making and to put the interests of others ahead of ourselves. At the time of our decision, the Delta variant was surging and hospitals across the nation were becoming flooded with severe cases. Now, 4 months later, hospitals again are flooded with Omicron cases. Further, we know that the pandemic has had a negative financial impact on organizations and individuals, and going virtual one more year allows us to keep costs much lower for our attendees. So, as much as we wanted to gather everyone together again, we reluctantly made the decision to go virtual one more year – hoping this will be the final time we need to do so. However, we are making smaller local gatherings available in cities around the country so check out our Virtual+ page to see if there is a gathering near you.

CLICK HERE to learn more about VIRTUAL+

How does this whole virtual thing work?

The live portion of the conference will be on two days, Friday, March 18-Saturday, March 19. During these two days the plenary sessions are live, the chatrooms are open, and the special interest groups meet virtually. This helps both those in practice and academic settings by only having one workday impacted by the conference (vs two days plus travel).

However, all the conference content is uploaded to Whova (our conference platform) and you’ll be able to access all the conference content for several months after the conference. So, you can watch and listen to as many of the leading voices in the integration movement on your schedule as you wish!

Can we collect CE credits after the 2 day conference like last year?

Yes, you will again have time after the conference to earn as many CE’s as you wish.

Are you having pre or post conference programs this year?

The short answer is no. While we realize the pre and post conference programs allow participants to take a deeper dive into subjects than one hour sessions afford, trying to make these available with live chats across three time zones adds a level of complexity that seemed excessive.

Breakout Sessions
Poster Sessions