How to Register:
Please complete the online registration form below, or download a copy here to mail in. No one is excluded on the basis of race, gender, religion or sexual orientation. Limited financial aid may be available in the form of scholarship or loan.
- No registration is complete without a payment: either the full fee or a non-refundable registration fee (where listed) must accompany the application. If you are using the online registration form, please be sure to mail your check in as well. Make checks payable (in U.S. dollars) to:
Guild for Psychological Studies and mail to: The Guild for Psychological Studies, P.O. Box 29385, San Francisco, CA 94129-0385
- You can also pay through PayPal. Please fill in a note with your payment to indicate the seminar for which you are paying.
- Payment of the seminar fee in full is due no later than three months before the seminar start date.
A 50 percent refund of the seminar fee is available for cancellation up to one month before the seminar start date.
Scholarships and alternate payment plans are available if needed. Please contact the seminar coordinator.
Residential Seminar Details
Registration fee (tuition if no registration fee listed) must be paid in advance to reserve a space. Because of retreat center cancellation penalties, we strongly urge early registration.
Balance of fees is due no later than three months prior to start of seminar. Unless otherwise indicated, fees for residential seminars include room, board, and all seminar expenses. Scholarships and alternate payment plans are available if needed. Please contact the seminar coordinator.
A 50 percent refund of the seminar fee is available for cancellation up to one month before the seminar start date. If you must cancel after that date, please call the office immediately so that another applicant can be notified to take your place.
If this is your first Guild seminar, please include a letter stating why you wish to attend this seminar. Tell us something about yourself and your spiritual background, and what you anticipate will come from your participation. This information is helpful to the staff in planning the seminar.