We are delighted to announce that Jacqui Dillon has been appointed as Chair of ISPS UK.
Join us to explore how we might build networks and learn from and support each other.
The second of three webinars on Relationships with Anti-Psychotics continues on 13 July 2023.
ISPS UK are delighted to partner with Bristol Health Partners to host this innovation and exploration event on 12 September 2023.
Our series of three webinars Relationships with Anti-Psychotics, starts on 15 June with Learning from Lived Experience.
Veenu Gupta reviews Voices in Psychosis edited by Angela Woods, Ben Alderson-Day and Charles Fernyhough.
Clara Humpston reviews Voices in Psychosis edited by Angela Woods, Ben Alderson-Day and Charles Fernyhough.
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.
ISPS UK is looking for a volunteer to manage the content on our new website when it is launched in early 2022.
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.