The ISPS Journal Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches is published through Taylor & Francis.
Psychosis: Psychological, Social and Integrative Approaches addresses psychological treatments of psychosis (e.g. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Open Dialogue, psychodynamic and family therapy etc.) and psycho-social causes of psychosis (e.g. drug abuse, child abuse and neglect, urban living, poverty, rape, war trauma, discrimination, etc.). All members of ISPS-US receive the quarterly journal as part of their subscription.
Open Access Articles
Fear of psychotic relapse: exploring dynamic relationships with common early warning signs of relapse using electronic once-a-day self-reports
Stephanie Allan, Ciarán O’Driscoll, Hamish J. McLeod, John Gleeson, John Farhall, Emma Morton, Imogen Bell, Simon Bradstreet, Mathew Machin & Andrew Gumley
Published online: 23 Jan 2023
How do people with first episode psychosis experience therapeutic relationships with mental health practitioners? A narrative review
Katrina Brown & Sarah Parry
Published online: 22 Dec 2022
“It allowed us to let our pain out”: perspectives from voice-hearers and their voices on the ‘talking with voices’ approach
Kerry Middleton, Anne Cooke & Rufus May
Published online: 10 Nov 2022
“I found hundreds of other people…but I still wasn’t believed” – An exploratory study on lived experiences of antipsychotic withdrawal
Sara Rhiannon King, Mark Allan & Laura Lindsey
Published online: 3 Nov 2022