Registration, CEs, & FAQs

Registration


 

All attendee options are exclusively in-person. There will not be a virtual component for this conference.

 

Professionals & Faculty

 

$350

 

 

Graduates and Undergraduates

 

$200

 

 

Fellows, Analytics, and PostDoc Candidates

 

$275

 

 

Graduates and Undergraduates

Boston College, Northeastern University, or Affiliates & Sponsoring Institutions

 

$175

 

 

Affiliates of Partnering Institutions

 

$225

 

 

 

 

For financial assistance with the registration fee, please email patolondon2024@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Continuing Education Information


A maximum of 6.0 Continuing Education credits (CEs) may be available for psychologists and social workers, and a maximum of 7.5 Continuing Education credits (CEs) may be available for Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC). These CE-eligible sessions are flagged on the schedule. It is the participant’s responsibility to make sure that the program in which they are participating is CE eligible, which is clearly marked on the conference program. 

It is the responsibility of each conference participant to comply with the instructions and be present for the totality of the session (synchronously) to be eligible to receive CEs. Additionally, for each CE-eligible offering, the participant must complete the evaluation provided at the end of the program. 

Each participant will receive a signed CE certificate via email in the weeks following the conference. There is no additional cost for CEs beyond the conference registration. 

For questions regarding continuing education credits, please contact lynchschoolpce@bc.edu.

Continuing Education Sponsorship


APA

Boston College’s University Counseling Services is graciously sponsoring CEs for Psychologists. University Counseling Services of Boston College is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. As a co-sponsor of this program, University Counseling Services of Boston College maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Participants will be eligible to receive 6.0 CE units from University Counseling Services of Boston College.

NASW-MA

Application for social work continuing education credits has been submitted. Please contact us at lynchschoolpce@bc.edu for the status of social work CE accreditation.

LMHC

Application for MaMHCA/MCEAP continuing education credits has been submitted. Please contact us at lynchschoolpce@bc.edu for the status of CEs for LMHCs.

FAQs


When and where will the conference be? 

The conference will be at Northeastern University’s London Campus, Devon House in St. Katherine’s Docks. It will take place from July 13-14, 2024.
 

Are the sessions in-person or virtual? 

All sessions are scheduled to take place in person. There will be no virtual component for presenters or attendees during this conference.
 

What are tracks? Do I have to register for them separately? 

Our conference is designed to give a variety of session types and discipline-focused areas so you can participate in ways that are best for your learning. Each of the conference tracks allows for a specialized grouping of sessions to dive deeply into topics, thinkers, and the like. 
No, you do not need to register for tracks separately. You are welcome to join any and all of them. Learn more about the conference tracks here.
 

Who do I contact for additional questions?

For all other questions, please email patolondon2024@gmail.com. We are excited to have you each join the dialogue!