From Crisis to sustainable Well-being
Today, the crisis, which initially arises from a very difficult financial and economic context, is global. This crisis takes forms that vary across countries and segments of society. It raises individual and social reactions that go beyond economic issues. It raises the question of individual and collective well-being, and challenges all human sciences, and mainly psychology.
Can our discipline provide concrete answers to improving well-being? This is what we should learn through the program of ICAP 2014.
We welcome submissions that will allow us to show the contribution of psychology across the diverse range of areas, including theory, research, practice, the development and implementation of community programs that have psychology at their center.