June 14 - June 17 , 2018
Roosevelt Hotel, 45 East 45th Street, NYC
New York City, USA
Hope and Dread: Therapists and Patients in an Uncertain World
Call for Papers for IARPP 2018 Now Open
Our collective distress with political events in the United States generated the focus of this conference. We will come together as an international community to share experiences and lessons learned from political and social trauma as it affects our patients and ourselves. Our plenaries will take up racism, otherness, immigration and consider the place of truth in our contem porary culture and our clinical work.
We welcome all IARPP members to submit PROPOSALS ONLY for individual papers and/or panels pertaining broadly to the conference theme.
To be considered, proposals for individual papers MUST BE BETWEEN 500 AND 600 WORDS IN LENGTH. Panels should include no more than three papers on a chosen topic. Proposals for panels should be no longer than 1200 words in total, and should consist of both an overview and abstracts of individual papers. Quality of writing, originality, integration of theory and awareness of current literature, clinical implications, and contribution to the field will all be considered.
The Conference Committee may group individual papers that are accepted for presentation with other papers in any session. Discussants for panel may be suggested, but cannot be guaranteed.
FINAL PAPERS will only be requested upon the acceptance of your proposal for the conference. Final papers should not exceed 3000 words and will be due by and no later than MAY 1, 2018.
All papers are to be submitted in English.