2022 AMCAP Conference

When: September 29-30, 2022

Where: Joseph Smith Memorial Building, Salt Lake City, UT

Just a note: We have absorbed the rising costs of the conference for the last several years, but we cannot avoid a fee increase any longer. AMCAP Members will still receive 20% off Registration. Pre-registration prices will go until Sept. 15th, 2022. After that prices will increase $20. We will not accept any online registration after Sept. 23rd. We will accept walk-in registration the day of the event *only* if space is available. These tickets will incur an additional $40 charge. There will not be any accommodations for Dietary Restrictions for same day registrants, so register early!

 Convention Highlights:  We are excited to be able to meet again at the beautiful Joseph Smith Memorial Building on Sept. 29-30, 2022.  Our theme for this year is: Where Can We Turn for Peace? 

Thursday: 8:00 am -5:00 pm.* We will have 3 inspiring speakers for our workshops: Wendy Ulrich, Terry Warner and Jenet Erickson.  This will be followed by a 2 hour ethics session presented by Dr. Jason King. 

Friday: 8:00 am- 6:00 pm*.  Breakout classes will be held all day on a variety of carefully selected topics aimed at helping our therapists find peace in their own life as well as helping their clients to find peace. 

We anticipate a total of 12  CEU’s will be available for this 2-day conference., including 2 ethics credits. (Final total is based on approval)  

 Special Musical Guest:  On Friday morning we are so pleased to have the Debra Bonner Gospel Unity Choir perform for us! 

Keynote Speakers:

Lynn G. Robbins

Elder Robbins is currently serving as chairman of the JustServe Steering Committee and is a member of the JustServe Advisory Committee. He is also serving as priesthood adviser of the Welfare and Self-Reliance Services Department, assistant executive director of the Correlation Department, and a member of the Area Committee.

He served as a member of the Presidency of the Seventy from April 5, 2014 to July 31, 2018. He previously supervised the North America Southeast and Southwest Areas. He has served as president of the South America South Area, the Central America Area, and the North America West Area. He has also served in the North America Central Area.

In his professional career, he was one of the founders of Franklin Quest. He finished his career there when he was called to preside over the Uruguay Montevideo Mission in 1994.

Jon Hilton III

John Hilton III was born in San Francisco and grew up in Seattle. He served a mission in Denver, and got a Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University. While there he met his wife Lani and they have six children. They have lived in Boise, Boston, Miami, Mexico, Jerusalem and China. John has a Masters degree from Harvard and a Ph.D from BYU, both in Education. John is a Professor of Religious Education at BYU. John has published several books with Deseret Book, including Considering the Cross: How Calvary Connects Us with Christ. He is also the author of the video course and podcast “Seeking Jesus.” John loves teaching, reading and spending time with his family.