We believe that the common desire of all of us who study Choice Theory is to achieve a higher quality of life.
What kind of life will we be living in the future when Choice Theory becomes the global standard? It is a future in which we all live by the concept of responsibility, fulfilling our own needs and helping to fulfil the needs of those around us without external control. In order to realize this future, we have been making efforts to spread Choice Theory throughout our relationships.
Starting from the field of "counselling," Choice Theory has steadily progressed to the fields of business, school education, and adaptation to our daily lives.
Choice Theory is used in a variety of fields. In the business field, it is used as a basic theory of management to realize an organization with both high performance and good human relationships. In the field of school education, it is being used in quality schools around the world to foster independence and creativity, and to raise the sense of self-importance. In daily life, it is used to improve all human relationships, including parent-child and marital relationships.
Choice Theory is now being used and developed in many countries, and a wide variety of case studies have been reported.
The biennial WGI International Conference is truly a gathering place for the latest information in each area of how Choice Theory is being shared.
For the first time in history, the 2022 International Conference in Japan will be held in a hybrid format of online and offline.
The leading authorities in the field of Choice Theory will gather together from all over the world, overcoming the barriers of distance. It will be a "special four days" to discuss the further possibilities of Choice Theory beyond the boundaries of each field.
There is knowledge, examples, and comrades from all over the world that can only be gained here. Let's achieve further "quality of life" together through the four days of depicting Choice Theory and our future.
We look forward to seeing you at JAPAN TOKYO 2022.