NCFR Bridge: Virtual Registration for NCFR 2022

The virtual way to experience the 2022 NCFR Annual Conference

NCFR Bridge

New for 2022!

NCFR Bridge is a virtual option to participate in the NCFR conference for attendees who are not able to meet in person.

NCFR is planning for an in-person 2022 conference to be held Nov. 16–19, 2022, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. NCFR is committed to ensuring the health and well-being of conference participants. Read more.

The NCFR virtual conferences the past 2 years were such a success, we are pleased to offer a virtual option again for 2022. There are many reasons why you may choose to attend NCFR 2022 virtually, and we have designed NCFR Bridge to best meet those needs.

If you are presenting or have a role at the in-person conference, you must attend the conference in person. Register for in-person.

 

NCFR Bridge Details

NCFR Bridge is a virtual option to participate in the NCFR conference for attendees who are not able to meet in person. NCFR Bridge attendees will be able to view select conference sessions live, watch recordings on demand, participate in live Q&A, network with colleagues, and more.

NCFR Bridge includes:

  • Live Stream of 4 Plenary Sessions
  • Live Stream of 5 Special Sessions
  • Live Stream of 6 Invited Presenter Sessions
  • Live Q&A with presenters
  • Interactive Chats during livestream sessions
  • Access to recordings of livestream sessions for 1 full year
  • Access to all session abstracts and presenter information
  • Virtual networking through message boards
  • Ability to schedule virtual “Meet-Ups” with other conference attendees
  • Opportunity to earn Continuing Education Credit for livestreamed sessions

View the full schedule of NCFR Bridge livestream sessions.

If you are presenting or have a role at the in-person conference, you must attend the conference in person. Register for in-person.

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All individuals participating in the conference in any capacity must agree to abide by the 2022 NCFR Code of Conduct. and Privacy Policy. You will confirm your agreement during the registration process.

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Registration Rates

NCFR members, U.S. and Canada

$119

Nonmembers, U.S. and Canada

$275

International registrants (outside the U.S. and Canada): Your rate is based on the World Bank's economic classification of your country.

International, High-Income

$119

International, Upper-Middle-Income

$83

International, Lower-Middle-Income

$48

International, Low-Income

$12

 

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All individuals participating in the conference in any capacity must agree to abide by the 2022 NCFR Code of Conduct. and Privacy Policy. You will confirm your agreement during the registration process.

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Live Stream Schedule

All times are U.S. Central Time. More details for each session can be found in the full 2022 conference schedule.

Wednesday, Nov. 16

Session 1
TCRM Special Session
8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Critical Approaches to Masculinities in Families
Made possible by the Theory Construction and Research Methodology Workshop
Session 2
Invited Presenter Symposium
10:15 to 11:30 a.m. Understanding Child and Family Well-Being During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States and South Korea Contexts
Made possible by the International Section
Session 3
Invited Presenter Symposium
noon to 1:15 p.m. Don’t be Humble! How to Authentically Promote Your Work and Yourself
Made possible by the Students and New Professionals Group
Session 4
Plenary
1:30 to 3:15 p.m. Opening Plenary: How Stories Build Lives
Presented by Kao Kalia Yang, MFA
Session 5
Special Session
3:45 to 5:00 p.m. Creating Culturally Appropriate Healthy Relationship Interventions in Tribal Communities: Centering Indigenous Voices and Wisdom
Made possible by the Family and Community Education, Advancing Family Science, Family Policy, and Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Families Sections

Thursday, Nov. 17

Session 1
Invited Presenter Session
8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Family Science Careers Through the Eyes of Theory
Made possible by the Advancing Family Science Section
Session 2
Plenary
10:15 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday Plenary: Surviving "Murder Town USA": Coping With Homicide, Structural Violence, and Activism in a Small Urban Black City
Presented by Yasser Arafat Payne, Ph.D
Session 3
Invited Presenter Session
1:30 to 2:45 p.m. The Science of Family Systems Theory
Made possible by the Family Therapy Section
Session 4
Special Session
3:15 to 4:45 p.m. Introducing Innovative Therapeutic Practices Into an Education Program For High Conflict Divorcing and Separating Parents: Demonstrating Techniques, Evaluating Effectiveness, and Identifying Implications For the Field
Made possible by the Family Policy, Family and Community Education, and Family Therapy Sections

Friday, Nov. 18

Session 1
Special Session
8:30 to 9:45 a.m. Family Health, Resilience, and Functioning: A Conceptual Model of Family Flourishing
Made possible by the Families and Health Section
Session 2
Plenary
10:15 to 11:30 a.m. Friday Plenary: Bringing Racism out of the Shadows in Family Science
Presented by Deadric Williams, Ph.D.
Session 3
Special Session
1:30 to 2:45 p.m. When Research Harms: Who Does Theory Forget?
Made possible by the Religion, Spirituality, and Families, Family Policy, Research and Theory, and Feminism and Family Science Sections
Session 4
Invited Presenter Symposium
3:15 to 4:45 p.m. Family Science Theory in Action: How to Strengthen Theory-Driven Methods
Made possible by the Research and Theory Section

Saturday, Nov. 19

Session 1
Plenary
9:30 to 10:45 a.m. Closing Plenary: Playing With Light: Making the Invisible Visible
Presented by Derek Peterson, M.Ed.
Session 2
Invited Presenter Symposium
11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. How Latino Voices Are Transforming Practitioners, Programs, and Research Agendas
Made possible by the Racial and Ethnic Diversity in Families Section

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Continuing Education Verification (CEV) / Conference Attendance Verification (CAV)

$25 for NCFR members  |  $50 for nonmembers

Available to attendees who want to verify their conference attendance, including Certified Family Life Educators (CFLEs) if desired for their own records.

  • Certificates include number of hours eligible for National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC)* CEs and total number of conference hours attended.
  • Certificates are emailed after conference attendance is reviewed by NCFR.

*Most U.S. states accept NBCC credit for licensure requirements for marriage and family therapists. For information on specific state requirements, please consult your state’s licensing board.

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