The following section includes access to information and feedback of old ISPS conferences and events.
When there are no words: working creatively with psychosis
ISPS UK webinar, 30 July 2020. Highlights coming soon
Psychosis and social distancing: challenges and opportunities of support online
ISPS UK webinar, 4 June 2020. Highlights coming soon
Children, Young People and Psychosis: Beyond Early Intervention
ISPS UK conference, 24 January 2020 London
Highlights coming soon.
The congress title in 2019 was Stranger in the City. ISPS UK offered two bursaries to members to assist with the costs of attending the event. The successful applicants were Judith Varley and Jane Faulkner, and you can read their reports of the conference by clicking on their names below:
Psychosis: Origins, Experience and Meaning
ISPS UK Conference June 2019
Talks available on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnwakHRXD6HI71Mkz-tkHqg7V1pljiE3
Making real change happen
Therapeutic Relationships: Challenges for Mental Health services and those who use them
Re-visioning Mental Health Through Coproduction
Re-imagining Mental Health Nursing in the 21st Century
Open Dialogue: Experience in the UK
Researching Psychodynamic Psychotherapy for Psychosis – A step towards better care?
Psychosis and the Arts
From Diagnosis to Dialogue
Good Enough Psychiatry
Attachment, relationships and psychodynamics in psychosis
Unimaginable Storms: continuing to think psychodynamically about psychosis in the NHS
A tribute to the late Dr Murray Jackson