‘Best Practice in Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: A contemporary and global perspective’
University of Warsaw, Poland, 22-25 August 2013
The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis (ISPS) is an international organization promoting psychotherapy and psychological treatments for people with psychosis. It is committed to advancing the education, training and knowledge of mental health professionals in the treatment and prevention of psychosis, and seeks to achieve the best possible outcomes for service users by engaging in meaningful partnerships with health professionals, service users, families and carers.
The 18th International Congress of the ISPS will take place at the University of Warsaw, Poland, 22-25 August 2013. The conference is entitled ‘Best Practice in Psychological Therapies for Psychosis: A contemporary and global perspective’ and is aimed at mental health practitioners, service users, experts by experience, and their families and carers.
Keynote speakers include: Arnhild Lauveng (Psychologist at the Kongsvinger Psychiatric Centre, Norway), Henry Zvi Lothane (Professor of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine – New York), John Read (Clinical Psychologist at the University of Auckland), and Nancy McWilliams (Pscyhologist and lecturer at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey).
In addition to the sessions from the plenary speakers, ISPS conferences include smaller sessions which provide an opportunity for participants to share experiences and make contact with people from a wide range of disciplines and perspectives. If you wish to talk about a specific topic, please email the conference organisers.
For more information about the conference and how to register, please visit the conference website. Please note that the early bird registration closes on 30th April 2013.