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Pictures from the 2017 Conference in Evanston: Those who are interested in reading more about the conference: Just take a look at our Newsletter 2018.

Highlights from the

2017 IAFP Conference in the U.S.:

Crossroads of Couple and Family Psychology -

A Foundation for Real World Practice

The International Family Psychology Conference “Crossroads of Couple and Family Psychology” was held next door to Chicago in Evanston, Illinois, USA, June 22-24, 2017. It was jointly organized by the Society for Couple and Family Psychology, the American Academy of Couple and Family Psychology, and IAFP and brought together the most seminal figures in the world of Couple and Family Psychology.

Many of the top names in international family psychology from the U.S., Japan, and Europe were presenters including Florence Kaslow, Kenji Kameguchi, John Thoburn, Sabine Walper, Astrid van Damme, Tom Sexton, Keizo Hausegawa, Harald Werneck, Gladys Mwiti, Kobun Wakashima, David Schnarch, Michiko Ikuta and more.Top U.S. family psychology presenters included Susan McDaniel, Don Baucom, Anthony Chambers, Nadine Kaslow, Bill Pinsoff, Sue Johnson, Andrew Christiansen, Mark Stanton, Kristi Coop-Gordon, Terry Patterson, Howard Liddle, Robert Jay Green, Ken Hardy, Doug Snyder, Andrew Benjamin and many others.

The conference also hosted student poster sessions which received high attention by the participants.

Dr. Florence Kaslow’s address described a history of the creation and development of IAFP. Her personal stories about the early days of IAFP gave emotional weight beyond the bare bones of history.

Dr. Florence Kaslow’s address described a history of the creation and development of IAFP. Her personal stories about the early days of IAFP gave emotional weight beyond the bare bones of history.

The conference began with an opening convocation where Dr. Kaslow was honored for her many contributions to the field of International Family Psychology.

Highlights from the

2013 IAFP Conference in Tokyo, Japan:

Family Collaboration against Global and Local Crisis, focused on sharing current research and findings about challenges and risks for families; economic deprivation, migration, marital instability, coping with trauma in the family context, raising resilient children in the face of contextual threat, the implications of family change for intergenerational solidarity, family values and spirituality, addiction issues in families and cross-cultural perspectives on partnership and parenting.

Family Collaboration against Global and Local Crisis, focused on sharing current research and findings about challenges and risks for families; economic deprivation, migration, marital instability, coping with trauma in the family context, raising resilient children in the face of contextual threat, the implications of family change for intergenerational solidarity, family values and spirituality, addiction issues in families and cross-cultural perspectives on partnership and parenting.