The International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis: US Chapter.

ISPS, the International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis, promotes dialogue and multidisciplinary interaction, enriching our knowledge of the psychological and experiential aspects of psychosis.

ISPS-US (the US Chapter) welcomes all those interested in psychological and social approaches to psychosis: nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, arts therapists, occupational therapists, psychotherapists, academics, students, managers, and individuals with lived experience of psychosis, or unusual/extreme states.

We additionally welcome family members, friends, and others who have been affected by such experiences. We believe it will take people with diverse perspectives working together to accomplish our mission, so please consider joining us!


The ISPS-US DebateGraph Project consists of five maps; the ISPS-US map (this one), the Issues map, the Moving Forward map, the Resources map and the Feedback map. For more information see "The ISPS-US DebateGraph Project" or just click to explore.

The project started in February 2016.


Use the Views menu to select a presentation that works for you or see "How to view these maps" which includes short-links to three Views of this map.

A brief introduction to ISPS-US »A brief introduction to ISPS-US
The ISPS-US DebateGraph Project »The ISPS-US DebateGraph Project
How to view these maps »How to view these maps
Contact ISPS-US »Contact ISPS-US
ISPS-US Resources Map »ISPS-US Resources Map
ISPS-US Issues Map »ISPS-US Issues Map
ISPS-US Moving Forward Map »ISPS-US Moving Forward Map
Upcoming Conferences & Events »Upcoming Conferences & Events
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