Resiliency is the theme of the Annual Conference the Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology and Religion (OCAMPR). This year we gather at the Ukranian Cultural Center in Somerset, NJ, November 2-4. If you have never attended an OCAMPR conference you are missing a feast for the heart, mind and soul. Fellowship among Orthodox professionals and the quality of presentations is something that has drawn me back for 25 years.
OCAMPR’s annual conference is open to all who are interested in the integration of medicine, psychology, and religion, and who desire an opportunity to dialogue with like-minded Orthodox Christians. Members, nonmembers, professionals, nonprofessionals, clergy, students and all interested persons are invited.
OCAMPR exists to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and promote Christian fellowship among healing professionals in medicine, psychology and religion. This association, which is inter-jurisdictional and endorsed by the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops, endeavors to contribute to the spiritual sustenance and growth of healing professionals for whom Orthodox Christian faith is the center of their professional life and ministry.