1st International Conference on Parental Burnout
The 1st International Conference on Parental Burnout (ICPB) is a multidisciplinary, international conference bringing together researchers who share an interest in parental burnout.
The ICPB conference provides a unique opportunity to learn about parental burnout from an interdisciplinary perspective, capitalizing on the integration of various disciplinary fields and subfields (e.g., clinical psychology, organizational psychology, history, management, developmental psychology, affective sciences, health psychology, anthropology, psychiatry, public health). In this way, ICPB aims at going exceedingly active in honoring all the academics and professionals dedicated to parental burnout research, prevention, and treatment.
The ICPB Board of this 1st ICPB conference invites you at UCLouvain (Belgium), to continue contributing to the science of parental burnout and celebrate with us the 1st ICPB on December 6-7, 2019. To keep fighting hard to understand better this phenomenon, the format of the conference will allow the presentation of both the results of studies already carried out and the discussion of planned research (--> abstracts of planned studies or studies in progress are acceptable).
Keynote speakers and invited speakers include first-class worldwide researchers, don’t miss them!
Prof. Christina Maslach, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Prof. Charles Super and Susann Harkness, University of Connecticut, USA
Prof. James Gross, Stanford University, USA
Prof. Kaisa Aunola, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Prof. Bin Bin Chen, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
Prof. Maria Filomena Gaspar, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Prof. Bart Soenens, Ghent University, Belgium
Submissions are welcome on a variety of topics, including but not limited to:
- Measurement of parental burnout
- Antecedents, risk factors, and protective factors vis-à-vis parental burnout
- Consequences of parental burnout on the parent, the children or the couple
- Biological correlates of parental burnout
- The subjective experience of parental burnout
- Prevention of parental burnout at the individual or community level
- Psychological or pharmacological treatment of parental burnout
- Gender differences in parental burnout
- Complex dynamics between parental burnout and job burnout
- Civilizational and historical changes in parents’ role over the last centuries and decades
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Organising team: Isabelle Roskam (Psychological Sciences Research Institute, UCLouvain), Moïra Mikolajczak (Psychological Sciences Research Institute, UCLouvain), Alexandre Heeren (Psychological Sciences Research Institute & Institute of Neuroscience, UCLouvain), Isabelle Aujoulat (Institute of Health and Society, UCLouvain), Aurore François (Institute for the Analysis of Change in Contemporary and Historical Societies, UCLouvain), Dominique Arnould and Mariane Bourguignon (Psychological Sciences Research Institute, UCLouvain).