INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TORONTO 2014
William Glasser International
Second International Conference
Hosted by William Glasser Institute Canada
“Toronto offers a special opportunity for you to unite with fellow Choice Theorists from every corner of our world representing every possible application of this psychology. Toronto offers a chance to get new ideas and to share them, a time for serious discussion and serious fun. As chairperson of our world-wide organization, William Glasser International, I invite you to Toronto, 2014 and look forward to seeing you there. We have much to offer the world in the future” ~ Brian Lennon, Chairperson, William Glasser International
Early Bird registration has begun and ends on 31 January 2014.
Remember: the earlier you book your flights, the cheaper the ticket!
Call for papers from 1st October to 15th February 2014.
William Glasser, Champion of Choice
It is with a very heavy heart that we bring you the news that Dr. Glasser has passed away. He died at home in Los Angeles on Friday 23rd August at 6.30pm local time. He was in the company of Carleen and his family. His son Martin and his grandson had just spent some wonderful days with Bill and were with him at the end.
Although Bill had been in poor health for some time his death has come as a massive shock to all. We extend our deepest sympathy to Carleen his wife, to his children Martin and Alice and to his grandchildren and wider family.
We celebrate our acquaintance with Bill as friend and mentor, as someone whose inspiring ideas will continue to flourish with our help.
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Bill always loved a good story and was a great storyteller himself.
If you have a favourite story about Bill, you may wish to share it with others on the memorial page.
Other Notices and Tributes
Boxing? "What has boxing to do with Choice Theory", you may well ask. To find out more click on the image to download the relevant information.
Choice Theory is a new explanation of human behaviour. It challenges many traditional views about human behaviour:
- how we live our lives
- how we relate to others
- how we interpret "mental illness"
- how we understand education
- how we view management
Learning Choice Theory can give a whole new perspective on life:
- new ways to live our lives
- more satisfactory ways to deal with the relationships in our lives
- a deeper and more hopeful understanding of mental distress
- an alternative to many of the destructive practices in education
- a more satisfactory and productive approach to management
Reality Therapy is the counselling approach based on Choice Theory.