EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
October 10 – 13, 2006 – Scottsdale, AZ, USA
The goal of this innovative conference is to enhance the leadership skills of non-profit executives and their staff while inspiring and re-invigorating their minds by providing an atmosphere where they can speak openly to their peers. Leaders will be able to discuss some of the unique challenges they face in starting a non-profit or taking over the reign of a well established non-profit.
In addition, participants will be challenged to strategically work through their organization’s internal and external limitations that keep them from reaching their individual and collective potentials. Issues addressed will cover fundraising, board selection and development, providing program delivery with limited resources, program outcomes management, database/donor management and acknowledgement, professional skill development and other concerns relative to running a non-profit.
THE SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SEXUAL HEALTH
October 19 – 21, 2006 – Chicago, IL, USA
This conference is a comprehensive look at the subject of sex addiction and sexual health. Experts will be presenting the latest in the field of identifying and treating sex addiction among therapists’ client populations. Over the three day conference, there will be approximately 45 breakout sessions which will include paper presentations as well as current research in the field.
One night will be our keynote address by Dr. Bessel van der Kolk on the relationship between childhood trauma and sex addiction.
THE 2006 SUMMIT ON NONPROFIT HR RISK
October 26 – 27, 2006
Arlington, Virginia, USA
REASONS to Attend
1. ACQUIRE best practice strategies for protecting your vital assets and mission
2. ALIGN your strategic plan with your risk management strategies
3. INCORPORATE lessons learned from other nonprofits to determine your choices
4. DISCOVER leading best practices in managing risk
5. MASTER the identification of risk measures that will allow your nonprofit to make informed decisions
UNIVERSAL PASSING OVER / INTERNATIONAL PARANORMAL PSYCHIC AWARENESS FESTVAL
October 28, 2006 – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
The purpose of the event will be to assist after-death souls that are stuck on the earth-plane and want to pass-over, but have been unable to do so for various reasons. Saturday at 1PM – Will be the ‘Culmination of the Event’.
In recognition of all Paranormal Research / Investigative Groups & All Spiritually Aware Websites World Wide Awards will be passed out to the involved groups who are nominated for excellence in their progressive work in the field of paranormal research and Spiritual Work. Some of the categories are:
Best Paranormal Image Captured
Best EVP Recording Captured
Most Informative Spiritual/Paranormal Website
Best TV show that covers the paranormal
Best Radio show that covers the paranormal
Best Magazine that covers the paranormal
Lectures every half hour by noted and respected experts in the paranormal/psychic and Spiritual field
Vendor stands will offer visitors a wide and varied selection of festival mission and related products and services. Readings by mediums and psychics.
Tickets $8 at the door – 10 am – 6 pm
1 pm culmination of the Universal Passing Over
THE 2006 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT WEEK
November 6 – 9, 2006 – Arlington, VA, USA
To help you design, measure and market your workforce products and services to achieve the desired outcomes for your One-Stop and workforce development programs, please join us for the 2006 Workforce Development Week.
Day 1: One-Stop Performance
Collaborate with businesses, industry and educational institutions to effectively match employment services to your clients’ needs. Improve One-Stop service delivery by linking performance measures to assessment and training tools.
Day 2: Employer Outreach & Workforce Marketing
Develop outreach programs with a clearly defined strategy among all members to build value in One-Stops, support operational goals and drive business customers to try services. Create an internal outreach program that segments businesses, builds brand awareness and creates values among the business community.
Day 3: Demand-Driven Workforce Strategies
Effectively work with employers to establish partnerships and business relationships to match employees to jobs in high-growth industries. Develop key partnerships with the public workforce system, business and industry, education and training providers and economic development agencies.
Day 4: Performance Measures for Workforce Development
Devise and implement performance measures to evaluate and streamline workforce and placement services. Learn how to design, document and report WIA performance measures to enhance client tracking, data collection and outcome reporting. After attending this week, you will walk away with the tools and skills necessary to successfully transition your workforce system to one that is both demand-driven and strategic.
4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PANIC ATTACKS
October 7 – 8, 2006 – Philadelphia, PA, USA
From the beginning, these conferences have brought together a variety of scientific and cultural perspectives of panic attacks. Presentations have addressed issues ranging from physiology and psychology to alternative and spiritual views. The presenters, themselves, have included researchers, clinical practitioners and even a few patients.
Current List of 2006 Presentations
PTSD and Panic Disorder in Earthquake Survivors
M. H. K. Bhadur
Sexual Health Institute, Pakistan
Panic Attacks in Soldiers in Combat Situations
US Army 4th Infantry Division
Myths and Misconceptions about Panic Attacks and Magic Therapy by Quacks in Rural India
Government Medical College, Patiala, Punjab, India
Empirical Studies for Treatment of Musical Performance Anxiety
J. M. Kirchner
Temple University, US
Calming the Mind, Body and Spirit: Wellness through Native Culture and Tradition
C. L. Patrick
All Nations Health & Wellness, US
Eye Movement Integration
American Hypnosis Training Academy, US
Neuroscience and The Psychotherapeutic Hour
Panic Symptoms in Patients Suffering Life Threatening Events
Shalamar Hospital, Lahore, Pakistan
Panic, Separation Anxiety and Endogenous Opioids (Workshop)
M. Preter, D. F. Klein
Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons, US
Panic Disorder: How Much Do We Know
University of Westminster, UK
Panic Attacks in Children from Scary Advertisements On Television
East China Normal University, Department of Special Education, China
Stopping a Panic Attack by Decreasing the Carbon Dioxide in Inhaled Air
National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland
Managing Panic Attacks through Our Integral Humanity: An Approach that Unifies Ethic and Ecology
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, US
CANCERGUIDES PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM
October 9 – 15, 2006 – Bloomington, IL, USA
Program Objectives Include: To provide participants with practical guidance in creating individualized programs of comprehensive and integrative care for all people with cancer. To teach the critical assessment of current research on complementary and alternative therapies and integrative approaches to care. To equip participants to deal successfully with the psychological turning points and crisis of cancer care. To provide participants with a basic repertoire of mind-body approaches that they can use in their practice.
Registration fee: $1950
FOLLOWING DERRIDA: LEGACIES
October 4 – 7, 2006 – Winnipeg, Manitoba
This commemorative conference will mark the second anniversary of the death of Jacques Derrida with a celebration of his work and an exploration of its promises, still to come.
CONFERENCE OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN EUROPEAN SCHOLARS
October 6 – 7, 2006
The 2006 conference theme is “Europe: Past and Present.”
THE LEGACIES OF SLAVERY AND SISTERHOOD: THE LIFE AND WORK OF HARRIET JACOBS
October 6 – 7, 2006
A conference that recasts Jacobs’ role as a major contributor to American Literature and Black Activism
Drawing eminent historians and literary scholars from across the country, the conference will include six panel discussions and a roundtable on the current implications of her writing and life. Registration is required.
AGAINST HEALTH: RESISITING THE INVISIBLE MORALITY
October 12 – 13, 2006
An international interdisciplinary conference provocatively titled AGAINST HEALTH will take place in the Rackham Amphitheater on the University of Michigan campus. The conference will call on the expertise of a vast array of disciplines to examine the ways in which the category of “health,” the norms associated with “health,” and the social functioning of those norms are, in some instances, at odds with human well being. Of particular interest are the ways that certain appeals to health risk authorizing, justifying, and immunizing from possible criticism an array of practices and power relations that would otherwise be vulnerable to challenge.
We aim to explore, thus, how politics, ideologies about race, gender and class, social norms and mores, and commercial and economic structures all work to define “health” in ways that benefit certain groups of people while excluding others.
PORTLAND OR PROBLEM-STUDENT PROBLEM-SOLVER WORKSHOP
October 12 – 13, 2006 – Portland, OR, USA
You name the problems and this workshop delivers hundreds of immediate, problem-stopping answers. You will leave with innovative, more effective strategies for school failure, truancy, dropping out, work refusal, violence, delinquency, bad attitudes, depression and more. College credit and clock hours available.
Available on videotape and DVD. Call 1-800-545-5736 for information and a workshop flyer.
October 2, 2006 – Roanoke, VA, USA
The Smart Communities Institute consists of three seminars conducted over the course of three sessions. Participants will learn the Smart Communities model and its attendant strategies for positive community change.
COLLEGE TEACHING & LEARNING (TLC) CONFERENCE
October 2 – 6, 2006 – Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Our annual Las Vegas conference is a great forum for presenting important educational research (including distance-learning, and tenure-related issues), networking with peers, and attending sessions offering research by other academics & professionals. For your convenience, we also present the International Business & Economics Research (IBER) Conference (same dates & location). Attendees are also welcome.
“History, Community, & Culture: Celebrating Tradition & Transforming our Future”
Example themes include (but are not limited to) Visuals and Visual Literacy in terms of:
“¢ Education, Teaching, and Learning
“¢ Societal and Community Issues
“¢ Cultural Influences, Impacts, and Considerations
“¢ Historic Uses and Approaches
“¢ Research, Theories, and Definitions
“¢ Transformative Functions
“¢ Future Trends and Directions
“¢ Communication and Artistic Expression
“¢ Ethical, Social, and Philosophical Concerns
MORRIS CRAFT, BAKE AND TRADE FAIR
October 14, 2006 – Morris, Manitoba
This year’s Morris Craft, Bake and Trade Fair will be held in the Exhibition Hall at the Southern Manitoba Convention Centre. There will be 70 booths of crafts and delicious baked goods, as well as trade fair items such as Watkins, NorWex and Aloette.
Admission is only $2.50 for adults, and children. 10 and under are admitted free.
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