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The Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology

will be held in person only at Pendle Hill

May 26 to May 29, 2023.

Registration closes May 20.

This year’s conference theme is “BodyDreaming: Self-Regulation, Jung, and Neuroscience in Trauma Recovery.” This year, our plenary speaker is the accomplished Jungian analyst and author Marian Dunlea, from Ireland.  In addition to being a delightful person, Marian is a passionate student of neuroscience with extensive training in a host of healing modalities.

For more information about the Conference topic and speaker, see this page.

Conference Fees:  In-person fees for three nights and all meals in a private room at Pendle Hill are $625.  Shared/double rooms are $565 each. 

Commuter registrants will get lunch and dinner, beginning with dinner Friday evening and ending with lunch Monday.  Commuter fees are $355. 

Registration closes May 20.

To go directly to our registration website, click here.  

Scholarship help is available.  You can apply for scholarship assistance by using this form


and emailing it to our scholarship coordinator, Tara Tappert.  You must apply for scholarship assistance before you register.   After you apply, you will receive a code from our scholarship coordinator that will reduce your fees automatically when you register.  

Please Note: Pendle Hill strongly recommends that all guests be up to date on their COVID vaccinations, test themselves within 24 hours of their arrival on campus, and stay home should they test positive.

We look forward to seeing you in May. 

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