Call for Proposals for CAIET

Breakout Presentation Proposal Submissions

for the Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapies 13th Annual Conference

From Healing To Wholeness

Toronto, Ontario, October 21 – 23, 2011.

Deadline: Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Main Conference: October 21 – 23, 2011
Pre-Conference Workshops October 20
Post-Conference Workshops: October 24

We are currently accepting proposals for 2-hour breakout presentations at the 13th Annual Canadian Energy Psychology Conference, EPC Canada 2011.
This will take place at the Novotel Toronto Center hotel, located in the very heart of exciting downtown Toronto a world-class city renowned for its theater, art galleries and gourmet restaurants. We are planning on no more than a manageable 30 breakouts in five concurrent sessions during the three main conference days, as well as morning warm ups, evening activities and keynote addresses.

Deadline for submitting proposals is Tuesday February 15th, 2011. There will be no extensions to this deadline.
New this year, all proposals are being submitted online.
Please submit your proposal electronically at

We strongly advise you to submit your proposal prior to the deadline as proposals may be returned for revision if directions are not followed.
All revisions must be resubmitted by February 25.  No extensions will be granted.

Proposal guidelines (PDF) are attached and will shortly be downloadable from the conference website

Warm regards,

Sharon Cass-Toole, PhD, CCA, DCEP

Click here for general information about the Canadian Association for Integrative and Energy Therapies.

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