Positive Disruptors Conference
National Psychotherapy Association:
The Positive Disruptors Conference
Our proposal is a two-day conference for thought leaders who are tired of the status quo, that has created a damaging group-think, and want to foment a positive revolution. We will feature speakers from inside the psychotherapy world and positive disruptors from different disciplines.
1. to cause disorder or turmoil in:
The news disrupted their conference.
2. to destroy, usually temporarily, the normal continuance or unity of; interrupt:
Telephone service was disrupted for hours.
3. to break apart:
to disrupt a connection.
4. Business. to radically change (an industry, business strategy, etc.), as by introducing a new product or service that creates a new market:
It is time to disrupt your old business model.
Our profession is stale. It needs a renaissance. It is time to move forward.
If you are like us, you find a lot of the conference standard fare out there to be bland. We want this conference to be exciting.
Seeking Presenters! We are looking for presenters to tell their own positive disruptor stories or who can tell the story of another positive disruptor. If you would like to present at this conference, Send us a description of your destructive success story or your destructive aspirations. We like bold ideas and bold action. We are asking presenters to donate their time to help us build this movement. There will of course be opportunities for presenters to market their services and sell their books.
This is a conference for big ideas and big conversations. We will use a Keynote presentation and group discussion approach to stimulate you and give you a sense that you are directly participating in the event.
There will be plenty of time for networking.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be on your own.
Continuing Education credits for mental health professionals will be available.
Volunteers are needed.
Contact us if you would like more information of if you would like to be a presenter at the conference.
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