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First International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (IPCPCE 2018)

The first International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (IPCPCE 2018) will be held from August 2-4 in Quezon City.

The conference, to be hosted by the New Era University (NEU) in Diliman, is organized by the Asian Psychological Association (APA), Pyschreg, the Global Pyschology and Language Research Association GPLRA), and the university itself.

Said to be a "world-class conference experience", it includes well-renowned speakers in the fields of psychology from all over the world, mostly from the United States and the United Kingdom.

Registration rates for Filipino participants range from P4,000-6,000. For international participants and on-members of the Asian Psychological Association, fees range between $150 US - $280 US, while members get various discounts.

The invited guest speakers are: Dennis Relojo of Psychreg (UK), Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes of the British Psychological Society (UK),Dr Harris Shah of the Asian Psychological Association (Malaysia), Dr Berney Wilkinson and Dr Richard Marshall of Webster University (US), Dr Dahlia Domingo of GPLRA (Philippines), Dr Nida Roncesvalles of Texas Tech University (US), Rohit Sagoo of Anglia Ruskin University (UK), Fraser Smith of Glasgow Caledonian University (UK), Mandy Sanghera of the European Parliament (UK), Isabel Ghisolfi of Columbia University (US), Dr Jonathan Macayan of Mapua University Philippines), and Cherry Ragunton of  Interspect Training Services (Philippines).

For more information, visit www.icpce2018.psychreg.org.

Topics: International Conference on Psychology , Counselling and Education , IPCPCE 2018 , New Era University
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