Institutional membership of ISPS

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The Hanna Segal Institute for Psychoanalytical Studies
Poland
The Hanna Segal Institute for Psychoanalytical Studies (Poland) promotes and develops psychoanalytical ideas and Hanna Segal's discoveries. The Institute cooperates with Public Health Sector and Universities. ISPHS currently runs three clinical programmes:
- psychoanalytic psychotherapy of psychosis and depressions
- psychological help for old people
-perinatal help
They joined ISPS in 2013 and are our newest Institutional member.

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Casa de Alba
Portugal
Casa de Alba is a therapeutic community for mental health, near Estremoz in Portugal. They joined ISPS in 2013.
 
 
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Fundacion para la Investigacion y Tratamiento de la Esquizofrenia y otras Psicosis
Spain
Fundacion para la Investigacion y Tratamiento de la Esquizofrenia y otras Psicosis have held an annual schizophrenia course for mental health care professionals over the past 18 years, aiming to facilitate communication between professions. They have been an Institutional member of ISPS since 2006.
 
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Stavanger University Hospital
Norway
Stavanger University Hospital employs approximately 6 500 people and serves as  the local hospital from the municipality of Hjelmeland in the north to the municipality of Sokndal in the south, and it is the central hospital of Rogaland county. The hospital has four main tasks: Patient care, research, education of health personnel and patient training. Stavanger University Hospital have been an Institutional member of ISPS for over 10 years.
 
SIPI
Italian Society for Integrated Psychotherapy
Founded in 1984, SIPI is specialised in the treatment of psychotic patients within a Phenomenological-Existential approach. SIPI has over 300 doctors and psychologists and integrates teaching and clinic within residential and semi-residential settings and social psychotherapy centres for children and adults, managed by "Integrations Cooperative".
SIPI became an institutional member of ISPS in 2015.

 

ISPS Membership Fees

 Fees vary according to the size of your institution/organisation (per annum)

  • over 1000 employees / members: €400
  • 1000–500 employees / members: €300
  • 500–200 employees / members: €225
  • less than 200 employees / members: €200

These prices will be given further discounts according to the World Bank List of Economies:

Category A countries (high income): no discount
Category B (upper-middle income): pay 80% of fees
Category C (lower-middle income countries): pay 60% of fees
Category D (low income countries): pay 40% of fees

Benefits of Institutional Membership of ISPS Include

  • 1 copy of the ISPS Journal 'Psychosis' per issue (currently 4 issues per year)
  • Online access to 'Psychosis' (for one designated individual only)
  • Your institution/organisation can advertise its conferences and events in Psychosis and on our website for free
  • Your institution/organisation will be listed on our website as a supportive member of ISPS together with some information about you and a link to your site
  • We will assist you to increase the knowledge of your members about psychological therapies for psychoses and this will increase the chances of their implementation as recommended by guidelines and as requested by many patients and families

To become an Institutional Member of ISPS please email Antonia Svensson, ISPS International Organiser on isps@isps.org 

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