249.00 USD

Includes Lunch

Access to Pre-Conference Only

December 12, 2017

Book Now
Full Conference
699.00 USD

Does not include Pre- or Post-

Five Day Access

December 13-17, 2017

Discounted rate ends September 30th!

Book Now
199.00 USD


Access to Post-Conference Only

December 18, 2017

Book Now

Single Day Tickets

199.00 USD

Wednesday Sessions Only

December 13, 2017

Book Now
199.00 USD

Thursday Sessions Only

December 14, 2017

Book Now
199.00 USD

Friday Sessions Only

December 15, 2017

Book Now
199.00 USD

Saturday Sessions Only

December 16, 2017

Book Now
199.00 USD

Sunday Sessions Only

December 17, 2017

Book Now
Please email: for written registration cancellations. Those who submit cancellations in writing before September 30 will receive a full refund, less a $50 service fee. Those who cancel after September 30 and before November 15 will receive a 50% refund. We will not issue refunds for cancellations made after November 15. Please allow 8-10 weeks processing. If paying by check, please note that those who submit a non-sufficient fund check will be charged a $20 service fee.
Please note when you click "Book Now", you will be taken to a new website to make your purchase. It is a new system, you may need to make an account if you have not attended a Milton Erickson conference since December 2016. Thank you for your understanding.

Hurry Up!

There were over 8000 attendees in 2013!

What people say about our conference

The Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference featured an extraordinary faculty of practitioners and researchers who, collectively, define the field. The art and science of psychotherapy was explored from nearly every conceivable angle. Organized by The Milton H. Erickson Foundation and steered by its Director, Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D., the tradition of holding this special meeting every 4-5 years continues and just gets stronger each time.

Michael D. Yapko, PhD

Thanks to Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D. and the dedicated staff at the Milton H. Erickson Foundation, nearly every well known therapist, guru, and psychotherapy cult-leader would gather for the first mega-conference ever held, the field’s Woodstock: The Evolution of Psychotherapy.

Scott Miller, PhD

All in all the conference was a wonderful collection of wisdom, gathered from years of experience and evidence of how much our field has evolved. It was also exciting to think about how much more we will know by the next Evolution conference in 2010, when so many additional findings from neuroscience will be integrated into our work.

Ellyn Bader, PhD