Save the date! ResilienceCon 2020 will be April 5-7, 2020, to be held in beautiful Nashville, TN.
|Deluxe Conference Registration*||April 3, 2020||$538|
|Deluxe Early Bird Registration**||March 1, 2020||$488|
|Regular Conference Registration*||April 3, 2020||$439|
|Regular Early Bird Conference Registration**||March 1, 2020||$389|
|Student Registration- 35% discount**||April 3, 2020||$285|
|Manuscript review by Dr. Hamby|
|For up to 25 pages inclusive||$150|
|For 26 to 50 pages inclusive||$275|
|Dinner at Amerigo|
|Prix fixe dinner menu |
Sunday, April 5th at 7:00pm
*After April 3, on-site registration only.
**Before March 5, a $75 processing fee will be applied to refunds. After March 6, 2020, refunds will not be issued for any reason.
***Commonwealth Educational Seminars is our co-sponsor for continuing education. We expect to offer CEs for psychologists, social workers, and licensed mental health professionals, but approval is pending until the program has been finalized.
Note: Presenters are required to register for ResilienceCon. Registration fees include admission to all conference sessions; breakfast, coffee breaks, and lunch on April 6 & 7; hors d’oeuvres during the opening poster session; and ResilienceCon materials provided throughout the conference. All travel arrangements and lodging are the responsibility of the presenters.
Attendees currently residing in low-income countries (as determined by World Bank) can contact the ResilienceCon office for information on eligibility for discounted registration, email@example.com
In addition to benefits of regular and regular early bird registration, deluxe registration also includes:
- Deluxe tote bag
- Deluxe lanyard
- ResilienceCon candle (choice of all-natural scents)
- Original Hatch Show Print (in Country Music Hall of Fame) limited edition poster, “Stronger Than You Know.”
- 5 have been signed by the graphic artist (to 1st 5 deluxe registrants).
- Eligibility to submit a guest blog for Sherry Hamby’s Psychology Today blog (must meet editorial standards)
- One signed copy of book (choice of 1):
- Battered Women’s Protective Strategies: Stronger Than You Know by Sherry Hamby
- Toward the Next Generation of Bystander Prevention of Sexual and Relationship Violence: Action Coils to Engage Communities by Victoria Banyard
- Web of Violence: Exploring Connections Among Different Forms of Interpersonal Violence and Abuse by Sherry Hamby & John Grych
- Know Thyself: A Reflexivity Workbook for Researchers & Providers by Sherry Hamby
Manuscript review by Dr. Hamby
Many fiction conferences offer the chance to have a manuscript reviewed by an experienced editor or author. This year, we are offering this option for scholarly manuscripts. Cost: $150 for up to 25 pages, inclusive of abstract, tables, figures, and references; $275 for 26 to 50 pages inclusive. If your manuscript is over 50 pages, you may select up to 50 pages for review. Click here to learn more about Dr. Hamby’s writing experience. This opportunity is limited to ResilienceCon attendees. Availability is limited.
Dinner at Amerigo, Sunday, April 5th at 7:00pm
We will be hosting a dinner at the Amerigo Italian Restaurant near the Scarritt Bennett Center on the night of Sunday, April 5th, at 7:00pm. We welcome you to join us for dinner for some great food and conversation outside of the conference setting! Dinner is prix fixe at $57 a person, including appetizers, entrées, and dessert, as well as coffee, tea, soft drinks, and red or white wine. Vegetarian, pescatarian, & gluten-free options are available within the fixed menu.
Life Paths Promising Scholars & Advocates
We are offering EIGHT travel scholarships for presentations that focus on under-served or disadvantaged communities. Scholarships include conference registration and 2 nights’ lodging at the Scarritt-Bennett center. Award winners are responsible for their own travel arrangements. Deadline for the Promising Scholar & Advocate applications is November 8, 2019 by 11:59PM CST.
- Eligibility for a Promising Scholar Award is limited to current students (Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students), post-baccalaureate fellows, and post-doctoral fellows.
- Eligibility for a Promising Advocate is limited to individuals currently working at a non-profit organization serving people or communities who are historically underserved or have experienced violence, marginalization, or distress, and have 7 years or fewer professional experience in the field.