I though this might be relevant for those working on Environmental Ethics, Philosophy of Religion, and/or Moral Psychology. Best of Luck!
“As the world confronts ecological and economic crises, transpersonal psychology offers innovative, holistic approaches to psychotherapy, health, healing trauma, social relationships and global consciousness. The 2010 Transpersonal Psychology Conference offers presentations, papers, workshops and speakers with a multidisciplinary and integrative approach to human potential, self-development, relationship and community. The theme of this conference is “Spirituality in Action: Bringing Transpersonal Psychology to a World in Crisis.” Sponsored by the Association for Transpersonal Psychology and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, the conference will be held February 12-14, 2010 at Menlo College, Atherton, CA, USA. Conference themes include: * Advancing Transpersonal Psychotherapy * Bridging North/South Perspectives * Living Socially Engaged Spirituality * Exploring Global Consciousness * Linking Ecology, Psychology, and Spirituality You are invited to submit proposals online for the conference program. Presentations on the conference themes are encouraged, as well as other transpersonal psychology topics. The proposal deadline for paper presentations, workshops, and panels is August 31, 2009. For More Information, visit: http://atpweb.org/calendarDetail.asp?eid=6
From: Forum on Religion and Ecology Newsletter. [3.6] (June 2009) http://religionandecology.org