ISPS is an international organization promoting psychotherapy and psychological treatments for persons with psychosis (a term which includes persons diagnosed with "schizophrenia"). We are committed to advancing education, training and knowledge of mental health professionals in the treatment and prevention of psychotic mental disorders. We seek to achieve the best possible outcomes for service user/survivors by engaging in meaningful partnership with health professionals, service user/survivors, families and carers.
Due to popular demand and academic schedules, we are extending the deadline for submissions to Monday, October 20th. If you have already submitted a proposal, please do not submit it again. We have a sizable number of submissions and would like to avoid duplicates. We look forward to receiving your submission.
The ISPS is probably the world’s best conference for those interested in psychological and social approaches to psychosis – don’t miss out on the 19th International Congress of the ISPS in New York, 18-22nd March 2015. We welcome members of all disciplines, experts by experience and family members.
ISPS e-mail discussion group for families and carers
ISPS International maintains an e-mail discussion group for ISPS members who are carers / have a family member who has experienced psychosis. The members of the group offer each other support, discuss and debate issues relevant to their experiences, and liaise with the ISPS Executive Committee.
The ISPS Journal Psychosis accepts personal and institutional subscriptions. All Individual Members of ISPS and members of regional ISPS groups receive quarterly issues of the journal as a membership benefit.
The ISPS Journal has recently been accepted by Web of Science