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!
ISPS-US has partnered with Mad in America to promote their online courses. The courses are free, but they ask for donations.
The following videos may be of particular interest to ISPS-US viewers:
Antipsychotics: Short and Long-Term Effects
Can Clinical Care be Recovery Oriented?
How Vermont Discovered the Possibility of Recovery
Prescribing Antipsychotics in First Episode Psychosis: Is Less More?
Psychiatric Medications and Long-Term Outcomes for Schizophrenia
Martin Harrow and Thomas Jobe
Psychiatry Past and Present (Part 1: The Changing Face of Psychosis)
Unraveling the Bundles of Research Bias
The Voices in my Head
Why Few Patients Benefit from Psychiatric Medications
Peter Gøtzsche and Albert Gjedde