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ISPS-US 15th Annual Meeting
FROM REDUCTIONISM TO HUMANISM: MOVING FORWARD FROM PSYCHOSIS AND EXTREME STATES

October 28-30, 2016
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
Cosponsored by the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at Boston University

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Keynote Speaker: Michael Stein, JD, PhD
Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability, and Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School. Advisor to UN bodies, governments, disabled peoples’ organizations and human rights groups. Participated in the drafting of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Honoree: Rachel Waddingham
Experienced international trainer who specializes in innovative ways of supporting people who struggle with extreme states, including children, young people and people in prison who hear voices. Trustee of the English Hearing Voices Network, Intervoice and Vice Chair of ISPS UK, member of ISPS’s International Executive Committee.

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Continuing Education (CE/CME):
The Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior (IAHB) is pleased to offer continuing education credit hours to counselors, psychologists, social workers, nurses, physicians, and certain other healthcare professionals for the ISPS-US 15th Annual Meeting! Be sure to check our website for complete details once the conference schedule is confirmed. Click here for information

 

Your support furthers the mission of ISPS-US.

The Education Committee has held webinars on several topics.  They are free for members, and nonmembers are asked for a donation. Topics so far have included:

"Introduction to Dialogic Practice" with Mary Olson

"Madness and the Family: Practical Methods for Transforming Troubled Family Systems" with Paris Williams

Supporting the Transition from Passivity to Agency in Recovery

An Introduction to the Hearing Voices Network USA

Admitting Uncertainty about “Illness” and “Reality": A Key Step Toward Dialogue

Frieda Fromm-Reichmann and Her Current Relevance

Responding to Extreme States with Loving Receptivity: Honoring the Spirit's Transformative Journey

Bertram Karon on "Who Am I to Treat This Person?"

VIDEOS NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE

19th International ISPS Conference

From DNA to Neighborhood: Relationship and Experience in Psychosis
–An International Dialogue

The conference was held March 18-22, 2015, Cooper Union, New York City.

http://isps-us.bizvision.com/category/ISPS-19th-International-Conference-2015
Conference attendees and ISPS-US members get a discount - you will receive an email with the code.

Pictures from the conference are available here:
http://www.isps.org/index.php/conferences-and-events/past-isps-international-congresses/item/399-isps-ny-2015

Debra LampshirePast Annual Meeting resources available

Download updated Abstracts and References
from the ISPS-US 14th Annual Meeting >>

Purchase 14th Annual Meeting videos >>

Purchase 13th Annual Meeting videos >>

View photos from the October 2013 ISPS-US 14th Annual Meeting in New Brunswick

Making Real Change Happen
Welcome to Liverpool 2017
The 20th International Congress of ISPS will take place in the United Kingdom. 
Wednesday 30th August – Saturday 2nd September, 2017
http://www.isps2017uk.org

CBT for Psychosis: An Online Course
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for psychosis is an evidence-based method to reduce distress and disability related to psychotic experiences, and to support a possible full recovery.  Ron Unger LCSW, an ISPS-US member, is the instructor for this 5 hour/5 CE online course which you complete on your own time, with lifetime access to all course materials.  Use this link for more information and to register - 50% of your tuition directly supports ISPS-US!


Why join ISPS?

View this video introduction, then find out about our exciting member benefits here!. You can also follow us on our blog, on Twitter, or on Facebook!

 

 

 

ISPS-US Institutes Sexual Harassment Policy

ISPS-US has issued a formal statement on discrimination and harassment and insituted a Sexual Harassment Policy.
Click here to download Policy (PDF) >>

ISPS Signs the Melbourne Hearing Voices Declaration

http://www.prahranmission.org.au/declaration

Dan FisherMember Spotlight

Dan Fisher, ISPS-US Honorary Member 2013
Read more about his work. >>

If you would like to be featured in a future Member Spotlight,
contact Karen Stern, Executive Director.

 

 

 

A Way Out of MadnessA Way Out of Madness
Dealing With Your Family After You've Been Diagnosed With A Psychiatric Disorder

Co-Written and Co-Edited by Daniel Mackler and Matthew Morrissey

Family conflict can wreak havoc on people diagnosed with psychiatric disorders. A Way Out of Madness offers guidance in resolving family conflict and taking control of your life. The book also includes personal accounts of family healing by people who were themselves psychiatrically diagnosed. This is the first book in our ISPS-US Book Series. Paperback now available. For more information or to purchase>>

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