Psych Central Conference 2013 - Early Bird Registration Now Open

We’re hoping that you can join us for the first Psych Central Conference this coming June 3-4. It will be held at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center, located in downtown Lowell, Massachusetts. Early-bird registration is now open, with a savings of $30 if you register before March 1.

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.

We’ve posted some of the conference plenaries and general talks as well as the full list of conference workshops and presentations we’re hosting this year. It looks to be a packed conference, full of something for everyone!

Early-bird registration ends Feb. 28, so now’s a great time to register and save $30 off the price of a normal admission ticket.

Some of the speaker highlights include Therese Borchard, Katherine Stone, Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed.D., Don MacMannis, Ph.D. and Debra Manchester MacMannis, Zoë Kessler, B.A., B.Ed. (Adult Education), Julie Hanks, LCSW, Candida Fink, MD, Joe Kraynak and of course, myself. It’s going to be a great time!

We’ve also added a one-day only ticket, for those of you who would like to attend only one of the two days.

The conference registration includes a free breakfast and lunch, access to all workshops and presentations on one or both days, a free t-shirt and other Psych Central goodies, and the chance to expand your personal horizons and meet a great set of people who want to do the same.

The conference is being held in downtown Lowell, Mass. at the University of Massachusetts – Lowell Inn & Conference Center. It’s just 40 minutes north of Boston, and is home to a lot of history and milltown character.

Register here today to let us know you’re going to be joining us for this historic, inaugural event!1


  1. Registration is completely risk-free, as you you’re entitled to a 100% refund if you cancel before May 1 (or, if for some reason, we need to cancel the conference). []