Please Note: Online registration for the conference has now closed.
For any further questions concerning this event, please contact Jay C. Wade, Ph.D. at email@example.com.
Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, and reception.
The first 100 registrants will be entered into a drawing to win a signed, titled and numbered print of Window of Possibility, an original painting by Edward M. Adams.
The 3rd National Psychotherapy With Men Conference will be featuring the original painting, Window of Possibility, by the artist Edward M. Adams. This original painting will be on display at the conference, with a silent auction being held for the painting throughout the day. The winner of the auction will be announced at the conference reception.
The first 100 registrants for the conference will be entered into a drawing to win an original signed and numbered Giclée print of Window of Possibility. A limited edition of these signed and numbered prints (edition of 20) wil also be available for purchase at the conference.
Ed's painting, Window of Possibility (16" X 20" oil on board with a 3-dimensional wooden window), was commissioned specifically for the 3rd National Psychotherapy with Men Conference. This painting reflects the positive impact of psychological interventions on activating possibilities in a man's life. It also illuminates the psychotherapeutic relationship as an enriching partnership designed to open and expand a man's world.
All proceeds from the silent auction and sale of prints will go to the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity.
About the artist:
Edward M. Adams, Psy.D. Biography (b.1949) is a professional artist with paintings and sculptures in private, public, and corporate collections throughout the world. One of his paintings was selected for the cover of The American Psychologist (October 1992), likely making him the first living psychologist with a painting on the cover of this prestigious journal. For over 20 years, Ed owned art galleries featuring his work in Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA. He was featured in a book about important living artists in Bucks County, PA, Artists of the River Towns: Their Works and Stories.
Along with oil and mixed media paintings, Ed's sculptures often depict abstract themes such as courage, hope, and compassion. His major sculptures include a 13' high bronze honoring Raoul Wallenberg in a public park in Parsippany, NJ. He was commissioned to create a bronze bust of Oscar Schindler as a gift for Steven Spielberg for making Schindler's List. Another commission is an 8' bronze sculpture, Prayer Feather, at Robert Woods Johnson Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ.
As a licensed clinical psychologist, Ed has maintained an active private practice in Somerville, NJ for 25 years, specializing in male psychology and well-being. His focus is empowering men and the "best of masculinity." In 1980, Ed founded Men Mentoring Men (M3), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing a shame-free environment for men to be thoughtful and proactive about living fulfilling lives. M3 has 80 active members, four ongoing groups, and is poised for a major expansion. Ed was an adjunct professor at Rider University teaching a graduate course on Gender Issues in Clinical Counseling. Considered an expert on "men's issues," Ed is a professional speaker and media guest. He is married to Marilee Adams, Ph.D., author, Change Your Questions, Change Your Life (2nd ed.). His son, Zak Adams, is an attorney at a major law firm in Washington, D.C.