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FORMAT OF PA FCRP CONFERENCE

Since the earliest conferences, guest speakers have been invited to help open new doors into this experience. Not all speakers have been Jungians or Quakers. The tradition of small "break-out" groups in which participants process and integrate the material from the plenaries also dates back to the earliest days of this conference.

The weekend’s plenary speaker or speakers generally offer four talks on the conference theme. Past keynote speakers have included: Robert Bly, Joseph Campbell, Michael Conforti, Lionel Corbett, Mathew Fox, Donald Kalsched, Joanna Macy, Ira Progoff, M. C. Richards, D.T. Suzuki, Marion Woodman, Bessel van der Kolk and many, many others. You can see a complete list of all of FCRP past plenary speakers and past conference topics here.

The interest groups meet three or four times during the weekend, giving members an opportunity to explore the plenary material personally and at some depth.  Interest groups have included:  reflective writing; personal myth exploration; intuitive poetry; family constellation work; body work; Tai Chi; Qigong; journal writing and painting; and dream sharing. The process that unfolds within these small "growth" groups—with its ups and downs and insights—is an important part of the FCRP experience.

Costs

FCRP Registration Rates

Single room rate:  $640  
Shared room: $580   

Commuter rate:  $370

Room rates include room and breakfast, lunch, and dinner and all conference activities. Commuter rates cover lunch, and dinner and all conference activities.

 

If you cancel before April 19, 2024 there is a $100 cancellation fee of $75 for commuters.  After April 19, 2024 we cannot refund any registration fees except in cases of dire medical or family emergencies.  We regret this policy but it is necessary because of contractual agreements with our conference venue.

Limited scholarship help is available. 

Pendle Hill Covid Policy:  Pendle Hill strongly recommends that all guests be up to date on their Covid vaccinations and also asks guests to test themselves within 24 hours of their arrival on campus and to stay home should they test positive.

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