IPT China is more than glad to invite you to join our International Online Conference on Application and Progress of Interpersonal Psychotherapy in Treating Adolescent Depression on July 9-10!There are 45 experts and professionals in IPT and related disciplines to give talks and discussions in this conference, with 37 coming from China and 8 from […]
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Scientific Paper Prize of APsaA to an IPT-article!
For the first time ever, an IPT paper has won the best paper prize of the American Psychoanalytic Association, APsaA. At that association’s annual meeting in Boston, Massachusetts on June 2, Drs. Barbara Milrod, Jack Keefe, and John Markowitz presented the article, and received the 2019-2020 Scientific Paper Prize. The article:Milrod B, Keefe JR, Choo T-H, […]
Recorded presentation from AMIE by John Markowitz, in English, Polish and Urkranian.
The Akademia Motywacji i Edukacji School of CBT in Warsaw, Poland has assembled a series of live, simultaneously translated presentations to help Polish and Ukranian therapists treat the mental health consequences of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Most of the presentations have focused on cognitive behavioral therapy, but on April 21 John Markowitz presented on […]
IPT group training
“2022 Global Mental Health Institute – mhGAP & IPT in Emergencies” online. Due to the online format, registration cost is significantly reduced to $1,000.00 for attendees (as usual, attendees from LMICs will receive a discount).Our instructors, Lena Verdeli, PhD, MSc, Kathy Clougherty, LCSW & Peter Ventevogel, MD, PhD., will conduct this 6-day intensive training online via interactive webinars (May 10th-15th; […]
Paula Ravitz won the 2022 John Ruedy Award!
Paula Ravitz, one go ISIPTS beloved member, has been named the recipient of the 2022 AFMC-John Ruedy Award for Innovation in Medical Education from the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada for her digital IPT course & Psychotherapy Essentials to Go curricular series on evidence-based psychotherapies used in numerous capacity-building projects! This is a […]
In Memoriam: Nancy K. Grote
In Memoriam: Nancy K. Grote (1944-2021) Nancy Grote, a beloved member of the IPT community, passed away on December 23, 2021 at the age of 78. Nancy was a wise, generous, and open-hearted human being who always put the needs of others ahead of her own. She was adored as much for her warmth and kindness […]
ISIPT News – Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
ISIPT has just opened a few Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for its members. A SIG is a Special Interest Group consisting of at least 10 ISIPT members who have a special need or interest in any ISIPT identified subspecialty or interest area. The ISIPT SIG’s aim to create a community of clinicians, teachers/trainers, policymakers, and researchers around the world to gain knowledge from […]
The ISIPTs 9th conference – a short summary
It is about a month since ISIPT held its ninth international conference “How IPT brings us together”. IPT therapists all around the world gathered to share experiences and discuss interpersonal psychotherapy, IPT, from a theoretical, clinical, and scientific perspective. Initially, the plan was to get together in Florida. Due to a strange time of the […]
Outstanding ISIPT conference so far
Yesterday we had an excellent first day at the ISIPT Conference. The Conference was official opened by a Welcome speech from Myrna Weissman and a barnstorming speech with the Keynote Speker Vikram Patel, Harvard Medical School. His work has focused on the burden of global mental health problems, their association with social disadvantage, and the use […]
9th Conference of the ISIPT – here we go!
Today we started our Pre-conferences; 1.) IPT Train the trainer´s workshop & 2.) Introduction to IPT. I just participated at the Welcome message with Myrna Weissman, John Markowitz and Oguz Omay. Now Im watching The orientation message with Paula Rawitz, Danielle Novic and Holly Swartz. The ISIPT community and the virtual platform are amazing. I […]