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Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education & Living

April 8-10, 2011
Syracuse, New York

This two-day conference is aimed to help change individuals’ lives, minds, cultures,  and improve world through independent, empathic therapies, education, and living.

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Note: This is not a Greater Good Science Event.

Dr. Peter Breggin’s new Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education and Living is sponsoring a conference on April 8-10, 2011 in Syracuse, NY and will feature presentations by Dr. Breggin and some of his colleagues and qualified speakers. “The theme of Bring Out the Best In Yourself!” relates both to individual growth and life improvement as well as specifically addressing ways that counselors, social workers, psychotherapists, teachers, psychiatrists and others can be their very best professionally with their clients, patients and students.

The conference is oriented to serve the needs of professionals including offering continuing education credits. Interested laypersons, and individuals and families who have encountered biopsychiatry and are seeking better ways of improving and enhancing their lives are also welcome and will find a wealth of important and valuable information and advice.

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