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PO Box 33616

Raleigh, NC 27636-3616​​

info@flcassociation.org

FLCA is a 501c6 Organization

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Family Life Coaching Association operates from a research-based, strengths-based, and bioecological family science perspective, actively working to be inclusive of all families, regardless of how family is defined. FLCA embraces all who are seeking to improve family life and does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, ethnic origin, race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, age, ability or disability, religious or spiritual beliefs, marital status or citizenship.

2020 Conference Call for proposals

Check out the instructions for submitting a proposal!

 

 

Workshop and Presentation Proposals are due no later than:

>> 11:59 pm EST on April 15th, 2020.

Applicants will be notified of decisions on April 15th, 2020.

Poster/Laptop Presentations are due no later than: 

>> 11:59 pm EST on April 15th, 2020.

Applicants will be notified of decisions on a rolling basis but by no later than April 15th, 2020.

The 2020 conference theme is Family Life Coaching: Educate, Integrate, and Illuminate. With this theme, proposals for workshops, presentation, and posters should focus on the many practical, professional, and personal applications of family life coaching as we strive to educate families, integrate schools, teachers, and communities to support family well-being, and illuminate the value of family life coaching. We welcome, and look forward to your ideas and interpretation of this year's theme as we come together for this year's conference. Presentations may be in one of four formats:

 

  • Presentation - summary of research, topic, or technique (20-30 min.)

  • Workshop – an interactive session that demonstrates/builds skills (60 min.)

  • Poster – printed presentation of information for display and discussion with participants

  • Laptop Presentation – information on own laptop for display and discussion with participants

 

Title: Please enter the official title of your workshop.
Author(s) Bio(s) (100 words max per author): Briefly describe the professional background and qualifications for
each author; including year/field/institution of 
the highest degree and any licenses/certifications held (may be edited for
advertising & program purposes).
Abstract (75 words max): Prepare a brief abstract that describes your presentation for use in the conference program (may be edited if used for advertising purposes).
Summary (500 words max): Provide a summary of your presentation/workshop content, session delivery
approach, and how your proposal aligns with the conference theme and selected topic area. Make sure the format
chosen matches your description of your session.
Objectives: Identify 2 to 3 learning objectives that you aim to achieve during your session.

 

 

 

You can fill out the proposal form below or you can send your proposal to Treisha Peterson at  treishapeterson@gmail.com

Proposal Form
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