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The Psych Central Conference

The 1st Psych Central Conference will be held at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, located in downtown Lowell, Massachusetts on June 3-4, 2013.

Due to lack of registrations for our first conference, we have decided to cancel the conference. We thank all of you for your support, especially those who registered for this event. Full refunds have been given to all.

The 2-day conference will highlight mental health, mindfulness, stress-relief, psychology and other self-help topics from a wealth of knowledgeable speakers from around the country. Workshops will be available in multiple tracks throughout both days, along with plenary sessions highlighting key topics each day.

Full Workshop List Posted

We just posted the full list of workshops and presentations at our first conference. Check it out!

Presenter Highlights

Presenter Highlights of just a handful of the two dozen speakers has been posted.

Early-Bird Registration Now Open

UMass Lowell Inn & Conference CenterEarly-bird registration is now open. It’s important to register before March 1, 2013 in order to get the best rate. Your registration is 100% risk-free, and one-day conference tickets are now available (for those who only want to attend one of the two days).

 

Early-bird registration rates:

  • Full conference: $128

  • 1-day conference: $64

(While the call for presentations has closed, you can email us at conference at psychcentral.com if you have a last minute idea and can commit to presenting.)

 

 

Did you know?
Lowell, Mass. is considered the cradle of the Industrial Revolution in the United States and was created from its inception as one of the first planned manufacturing towns for textiles. Founded in the 1820s, by the 1850s it had the largest industrial complex in the country.

It is also home to the annual Lowell Folk Festival, a three day free folk festival attended by on average 250,000 people on the last weekend in July.

 

 

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    Last reviewed: By Psych Central Staff on 1 Mar 2013

 

 

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