FAQs

What is a Virtual Conference?

What if I can’t make a scheduled session?

How do I get my CE credits?

What is the conference about?

Who should attend this conference?

When will the conference take place?

How much does the conference cost?

Will I be notified when the conference opens?

How long will I be online for the conference?

How long will I have access to the conference website and materials?

Do firewalls pose any problems for participation?

What are the technical requirements to participate?

Do I have to sit at my computer the whole time?

What about CEs?

How long do I have to watch the sessions on-demand?

What is a Virtual Conference?

It’s a full conference experience without leaving home! Designed to fit your calendar perfectly, you can watch events as scheduled or on-demand anytime, anywhere. New events are scheduled to air each day of the conference, and you can dialogue with presenters and peers throughout the entire event. There are over 40 events conveniently organized into 5 interest areas. Earn up to 40 CEs if you need them.

What if I can’t make a scheduled session?

All sessions will be available to watch on-demand, anytime once they have aired. Then, you can join the online discussion whenever you’ve viewed the session, even if you watch it later at your convenience. Please note that on-demand access to the conference archives will end April 4th, 2014.

How do I get my CE credits?

If you have purchased the “with CEs” option, you can earn up to 40 CEs. You can choose from up to 40 CE Events.

After each session you can take the quiz for the session online. You can take it as many times as necessary until you pass. Once you have passed the quizzes you have taken, you must fill out a State of the Art event evaluation online. ALL questions must be answered. Once that’s been completed and submitted, you will receive your CE Certificate in PDF form through email within 7 business days. Quizzes are required by certifying agencies for online learning events.

What is the conference about?

It’s the ‘Best of the Best’ of Networker, bringing together the year’s most important presentations from the field’s leading psychotherapy innovators, including intensive explorations of couples therapy, trauma, and brain science. It gives you new tools to address the real clinical challenges–and the emerging possibilities–facing today’s time-pressed practitioners. You’ll learn from a conference faculty that’s a Who’s Who of Psychotherapy–with presenters like Salvador Minuchin, Dan Siegel, Susan Johnson, Sherry Turkle, Jerome Kagan, Bill Doherty, and many more.

Who should attend this conference?

Psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

When will the conference take place?

The Psychotherapy Networker State of the Art conference will run from November 4 to November 8.

To see the calendar of events, click here. Can’t make a session? Don’t worry. All sessions from State of the Art 2013 be available On-Demand until April 4th, 2014.

How much does the conference cost?

The conference costs:
Conference with up to 40 CEs – $478 by September 25th
Conference without CEs – $329 by September 25th
Early Bird Registration – Save $50 through midnight, Wednesday, September 25th.
Advanced Registration – Save $35 thought midnight, Monday, October 14th.

Will I be notified when the conference opens?

You will receive an email on October 15th with the website address (URL) for the conference. An overview of conference events will also be included.

These notices, and all announcements about the conference, will come from this email address: feedback@psychotherapynetworker.org. In order to prevent these notices from going into your spam mailbox, we suggest placing this email address in your address book.

How long will I be online for the conference?

The amount of time you spend at the conference will vary based on how many presentations and/or live workshops you choose to attend and also how much time you spend afterward in the discussion groups.

You can break up your time in the conference any way you like. We suggest that attendees look at the conference schedule and block out time on your personal calendar to listen to the welcomes, the keynote session, and the panels that you wish to hear.

How long will I have access to the conference website and materials?

All participants will have full access to the State of the Art 2013 website until April 4th, 2014. This includes On-Demand video sessions of each session.

Do firewalls pose any problems for participation?

Our online conference platform can be accessed through any firewall because it is html-based and does not require any proprietary downloads.

What are the technical requirements to participate?

To participate all you need is an Internet connection and a web browser.  Click here to view technical specs.

Do I have to sit at my computer the whole time?

No! You can watch all the sessions on-demand at your convenience.

What about CEs?

State of the Art Virtual Conference is approved to offer up to 40 CE units. To learn more about CE approvals, visit our Conference CEs page.

How long do I have to watch the sessions on-demand?

If you purchase the CE Option you will have until April 4th, 2014 to watch the streaming video sessions and complete your quizzes for CEs.

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