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ISPS-NZ film evening and AGM

New Zealand – Wednesday, 11 December 2013 Auckland 6.30pm, Auckland University Grafton Site (opposite Auckland Hospital) ISPS-NZ would like to invite you to a film evening with us and to our annual AGM. We would love to meet you if you have …

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First Joint New Zealand and Australian ISPS Conference

The 8th ‘Making Sense of Psychosis’ conference was held at the University of Auckland on the 29th to 31st of August 2012. This year’s event, which had as its theme Valuing Subjective Experience, was historic in that it was the first joint conference of …

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ISPS – New Zealand and ISPS – Australia 8th Making Sense of Psychosis Conference ‘Valuing Subjective Experience’

First joint ISPS – NZ / ISPS – Australia Conference 29th – 31st August 2012 at the University of Auckland. Speakers include: Melissa Taitimu, Robert Schweitzer, Debra Lampshire, Jim Geekie, Kellie Comans, Vanessa Beavan, Patte Randal, John Read, Ingo Lambrecht and Professor …

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Report from 2009 MSOP Conference

ISPS-NZ, 6th MAKING SENSE OF PSYCHOSIS Conference – ‘The Power of Relationships’ The 6th Making Sense of Psychosis Conference was held at St John’s Centre in Wellington this year (Feb 23rd-25th, 2009) and attracted a number of people keen to hear not …

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Report from the 4th Annual Making Sense of Psychosis

by Mike Ang The fourth New Zealand Making Sense of Psychosis conference organised by the New Zealand branch of the ISPS and co-hosted by the University of Auckland Department of Psychology was held in November 2006. The theme this year was “Sharing …

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Report from the 3rd Annual ‘Making Sense of Psychosis’ conference

Auckland University Conference Centre, New Zealand, October 18th and 19th 2005. This year’s MSOP conference was marked by a prevailing sense of hope and optimism.  For some this hope was about the increasingly significant role of psychology in the treatment of severe …

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Report from 2nd Annual ‘Making Sense of Psychosis’ conference in 2004

I recently attended the Making Sense of Psychosis conference held at Auckland University, Auckland.  It was one of the most inspiring and well informed conferences I’ve attended.  The conference was organised by a diverse group of people  who share a guiding philosophy …

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Report from the first ISPS conference

By John Read For most attenders of the wonderful Melbourne congress the following week was a return to normality. For many New Zealanders who made it over to Australia, however, the fun (and exhaustion) continued for a while longer. We took the …

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