Commitments, Connections, Challenges


Today the Foundation is offering a condensed version of the Couples Conference as an online stream. This is open for anyone who has registered for the 2020 Couples Conference, even if your registration was cancelled. Please contact webmaster@erickson-foundation.org for more information on attending this if you qualify.

The online streaming session will begin at 9am PDT, today, Friday, April 3.

Coronavirus and the Conference
It is with our regret that we must postpone the Couples Conference until 2021. We say this with the utmost concern for the health of our conference attendees and faculty.
Please click here to read our official statement.
JKZ Presents

The Couples Conference gives mental health professionals the opportunity to learn state-of-the-art skills for effective couples therapy. Organized by The Milton H. Erickson Foundation and The Couples Institute, the Couples Conference is celebrating 25 years of groundbreaking advancements in couples therapy.

The Couples Conference will feature an expert faculty who will cover a wide array of couples issues faced today, such as infidelity, forgiveness, transgender relational issues, multicultural awareness, personality disorders, passive aggression and more.

View the entire schedule here.

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Ellyn Bader, PhD, co-organizer of the conference, and Jeffrey Zeig, PhD, director of The Milton H. Erickson Foundation, discuss what’s new with the newest Couples Conference on our YouTube channel: