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9th Conference of the ISIPT – here is the agenda

Here is the agenda for the upcoming Conference of the ISIPT. Please use the link to the conference program https://web.cvent.com/event/10ce4780-4e61-43f0-8c0d-6de20aa08ae0/websitePage:645d57e4-75eb-4769-b2c0-f201a0bfc6ce Have You forgot to register for the Conference? No worries, You can still register here: https://web.cvent.com/event/10ce4780-4e61-43f0-8c0d-6de20aa08ae0/regProcessStep1

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New Book – In the Aftermath of the Pandemic: Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD  

In the Aftermath of the Pandemic: Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD   John C. Markowitz Abstract The Covid-19 pandemic is an ongoing disaster on a scale no one living can recall. Since the end of 2019, it is causing not only countless deaths and physical debility, but also extraordinary social disruption, changing every aspect […]

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Connecting people and community: How IPT brings us together

Access 2021 Conference Site Early Bird rate til October 10!!! Register Now 9th Conference of the International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy: “Connecting People and Community: How IPT Brings Us Together” November 3-5, 2021Virtual Event We are pleased to invite you to the 9th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT), held virtually November […]

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Superimposed Psychological Suffering

Oguz Omay – Gokben Hızlı Sayar In the process of diagnosis and treatment of patients, certain interactions with health professionals may generate additional psychological suffering. What may be called “superimposed psychological suffering” is the avoidable psychological pain that is added to the inevitable suffering due to disease and/or a handicap. A specific awareness of healthcare […]

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THOUGHTS FROM THOUGHT-LEADERS

Really Treating Anxiety in 2017 by John C. Markowitz, M.D. and Barbara Milrod, M.D. In “Treating Anxiety in 2017,” Drs. Stein and Craske outline management of anxiety treatment for non-psychiatric clinicians.1 They strongly endorse pharmacotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) “by a qualified therapist,” both of which are evidence-based anxiolytic treatments.  They further emphasize that “not […]

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