October 20-22, 2017

Learning, networking, and renewal in the mountains of Western North Carolina.

We extend a warm AAPC SE welcome to ALL mental health professionals, ministers, students, and others interested in the intersection of psychotherapy, spirituality, and theology.


Information coming in June 2017

Workshop Schedule & Presentations coming Summer 17

Kanuga 2017

Conference Fees:
  $140 for members (25% discount)

  $180 for non-members

  $75: student and retiree
  $25: work study
One day pass: $75
Need continuing education credit? $30

 The cost of meals is included in the price of staying at Kanuga.

A typical cost from Friday lunch to Sunday lunch is $240 for a double room.

Budget-minded accommodations are available in dormitory setting for $110.

Adult commuter rates for meals are optional and available.

Accommodations reservations are accessible through the registration link.

Reservations for accommodations should not be made directly through Kanuga.


Need a Scholarship?
If you are a student, unemployed, or can provide some reason for financial need, you are encouraged to apply for a scholarship! All decisions will be made by the program committee. Please send an email with your request to JoEllen Holmes, program chair, at jholmeslcsw@gmail.com. We will ask that you volunteer with the program committee during the weekend. Examples of volunteer activities include helping at registration, assisting the speakers, or planning worship

New Discounted Lodging Accommodations
Kanuga is offering a discounted housing package. The Carter Lodge Dorm has 2 medium rooms and 2 larger rooms all with bunk beds, several bathrooms in the middle of the building, and a good sized living room and two rooms with one bunk bed in each that affords a little privacy. The price per person, per day, which includes three meals, is $54. This lodging option is reserved to students and counselors in training to reduce the overall expense of attending the conference.

Other local lodging options

Leoni's Mountain Lake Inn

We are a welcoming community of therapists and other professionals grounded in diverse spiritual traditions and communities of faith. Informed by research and science, we offer education, connection, and support for those engaged in vocations of compassion, transformation, and healing.

We invite all healing practitioners – pastoral counselors, psychotherapists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, ministers, coaches, physicians, nurses, public health workers, students in training in these professions, and others – to join us in this good work. ​ ~Adopted 2016

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