Veenu Gupta reviews Voices in Psychosis edited by Angela Woods, Ben Alderson-Day and Charles Fernyhough.
Voices in Psychosis: The Experience of Hearing Voices – A Review by Clara Humpston
Clara Humpston reviews Voices in Psychosis edited by Angela Woods, Ben Alderson-Day and Charles Fernyhough.
ISPS UK is looking for a new Chair
We’re looking for a new Chair of Trustees who shares our values and can provide leadership and direction to help us grow our membership, and promote psychological and social approaches to what gets called psychosis.
Volunteer opportunity: Content Manager, ISPS UK website
ISPS UK is looking for a volunteer to manage the content on our new website when it is launched in early 2022.
Art Psychotherapy online in the time of COVID 19.
Reflections on the nature of online therapy as therapists of all disciplines have been forced to reframe their practice and adjust to working away from their clients.
Psychosis & social distancing
In these times when face to face meetings are not possible and mental health services are moving online, what is it like for those living with psychosis? Our speakers look at the different aspects of this new way of life.
A Paranoid World?
Clinical Psychologist Richard Bentall talks about the difference between extreme belief and delusion, exploring the social and psychological roots of paranoia, and what separates paranoia, conspiracy theories and extreme beliefs,…
BBC film about mental health
BBC Films are looking for a male lead in a fictional story about a man under mental health services and his journey towards recovery.
Psychosis: Origins, Experience and Meaning
Talks from ISPS UK conference are now on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxnwakHRXD6HI71Mkz-tkHqg7V1pljiE3 Conference review by Isobel Todd, journalist: "Let's be clear, " declared Professor John Read, near the start of this unique Brighton…
Extreme Experiences: Mental Illnesses or Dangerous Gifts?
Notes from ISPS UK event, June 2019 Sascha Altman Dubrul, the co- founder of the Icarus Project was doing a tour of the UK doing a series of talks so…