ANNUAL CONFERENCE • APRIL 27-30, 2017
Join in on the informative fun as the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor meets for their 27th Annual Conference. Come to learn, to share best practices, to network, to meet new friends and to walk away feeling uplifted.
Humor and laughter professionals from around the world are invited to learn the latest applications and benefits of therapeutic humor presented by field experts. CEU and CME credits will be available for the conference session as well as the one-day Humor Academy sessions.
The Holiday Inn Orlando – Disney Springs, located in the Walt Disney World® Resort, is the official hotel of the 2017 AATH Conference. The conference room rate is $119 for single/double occupancy. This rate is good through March 24, 2017, subject to availability. To book a room, click on link below and use the code AAT to get the special room block rate.
AATH Conference and HA Schedules are coming soon. Registration, Hotel Reservations and Conference fees are up.
2017 Annual Conference - Call for Research Posters
The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor is the recognized authority and the primary membership organization for people with a common interest in applied humor and laughter. Its mission is to serve as the community of professionals who study, practice and promote healthy humor and laughter.
We encourage all those who submit proposals to attend the conference in Orlando to exchange ideas, answer questions and create new connections; however, only submissions by researchers able to attend will be considered. Conference registration is required and is the responsibility of the researcher. There will be 4-5 presenters awarded.
Deadline to submit form is November 11, 2016 at 11:59 pm.
To submit a proposal, click below.
Check out our new Humor Resource listings, which have now become the AATH Store!
Bring the excitement of AATH to your community!
The Humor Academy Program offers Graduate Course Work and Certificate Options in Humor Studies by serving as a dynamic resource for the AATH community interested in the theory and scientific research that define Therapeutic Humor and its applications in occupationally diverse fields.