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2011 Conference Space is Limited – Register Now

Imagery International’s Third Conference
Co-Sponsored by
 Beyond Ordinary Nursing
Imagery: Hope and New Beginnings

Date: September 30 – October 2
Time: Fri. 5 – 9 PM, Sat. 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Sun. 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Place: Mercy Center in Burlingame, California, USA

Early Birds can register now on our conference page here. You can register either online and pay by credit card, or download the registration form, print it and mail in with a check to our Registrar, Sandra Bolyard. The downloadable form also shows the options and fees, for staying at Mercy Center or commuting.

Early Birds must have registrations in before August 25th. If you wish to stay at Mercy Center, you need to get your room reserved by August 25. Rooms are limited, so we recommend registering early.

Check our conference page for more details http://imageryinternational.com/annual-conference

We welcome all professionals interested in the practical application of guided imagery for healing and personal growth, including, but not limited to, nurses, doctors, psychotherapists, social workers, hypnotherapists, and somatic workers. Trained Guided Imagery practitioners will add to their techniques and strategies, and other professionals will gain an overview of how Guided Imagery may be used as a complementary practice in their work.  Continuing Education Units are included in the registration fee.

You are invited to join Imagery International to further your interest and exploration.

Our third annual conference continues to be an important vehicle for our association’s purpose as stated in the Articles of Association:

The purpose of this Association shall be to promote the general interests of the active members; to broaden the awareness of the benefits and diverse applications of Guided Imagery; to offer professional and educational support to students and practicing professionals; to strive for higher professional standards; to provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas; and to stimulate a friendly and cooperative spirit among the members.

 

 


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