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Exhibit Space Details

Exhibitors will have the opportunity to display their logo and a link to their website, and to interact with conference attendees at the following designated times (New York time zone):

Friday, Oct. 23: 12:30-2:00 pm, 5:45-6:30 pm

Saturday, Oct. 24: 12:30-2:00 pm

Exhibitors must provide their own Zoom link and moderators. They may keep their Zoom open at other times during the conference if they wish.

Exhibitors must be in alignment with the ISPS-US mission: https://www.isps-us.org/history-mission-statement.php

and be approved by ISPS-US. Applicants who are not approved will receive a full refund of their exhibitor fees.

ISPS-US cannot provide a Zoom link or moderators for exhibitors.

Exhibitors must comply with all continuing education regulations (i.e. not advertise within the content of presentations).

About ISPS-US 19th Annual Meeting: Love + Justice in Engaging Psychosis and Extreme States

October 23-25, 2020

To Register

  1. Click "Click Here for Tickets."
  2. Select the appropriate registration category, and membership dues, continuing education credit and donation if you wish.
  3. Fill out the payment information.
  4. Click "Continue to Payment."
  5. You do not need a PayPal account to register. To pay with a credit card, click the small picture of the appropriate credit card. To pay with a PayPal account, click one of the PayPal buttons.
  6. Please provide the additional information required for registration, membership, credits or donations.

Note: If you are registering more than one person, please do each one as a separate order so each gets their own unique login.

About the Meeting

The socioeconomic and political landscape in the United States determines healthcare access and delivery. Vastly imperfect and fragmented medical, legal and social service systems impact how we care, and don't care, for people experiencing psychosis and extreme states. With the basic human needs of millions unmet, with jails and prisons the default mental health treatment providers for thousands, and with divisive public rhetoric and policies leading many of us to check out, numb and exhausted, the possibilities for meaningful change can seem more elusive than ever.

The 19th Annual Meeting of ISPS-US will convene a diversity of ideas, perspectives, and approaches that inspire a way forward and unite us in our commitment to continue challenging the status quo. From innovative models of mental health treatment developed across borders, to collaborations aimed at removing systemic barriers, to common-sense ideas hiding in plain sight, ISPS-US will showcase how care and recovery are alive and well, often in unexpected places. Celebrating this compassionate and effective work, and refusing to adjust to the unconscionable, is our mandate for the conference.

Planned in the southern United States for the first time, in the cradle of the Civil Rights Movement, ISPS-US will bring together a vibrant community of researchers, clinicians, peer support specialists, and deep-thinkers, including people with lived experience and their families and allies, to share our hopes and visions for the new decade. Martin Luther King, Jr. said "the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice," and "hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that" In this spirit, we reaffirm our belief that healing, recovery, and transformation, so urgently needed, are indeed possible and are happening every day. Please join us for this inspiring event.

Keynote Speaker: Chacku Mathai

The Role of Love, Psychosis and Other Extreme States in Undoing Racism

Honoree: Michael Garrett, MD

Psychosis Seen As An Autobiographical Play Staged Not In A Theater But In The Real World – Connections Between Psychosis and Ordinary Mental Life

To Access Live Events:

You will get a confirmation email from Tickets@growtix.com. Save your confirmation email. Click on the View Your Order Online button. That will take you to your confirmation page, where you can click on the livestreams  you want to attend. Your registration gives you access to all events in this conference. Confirmation emails will be sent again on Monday, October 19. To access ePosters and Exhibitors, click on the links in the navigation bar. To access discussions or committee meetings, go to the Schedule, click on the event, and then click on the Zoom link.

If you do not see the confirmation email, look in your spam folder. Also add tickets@growtix.com to your contacts, so it will not be flagged as spam.

Download the App:

Download the Gather Events app from the App Store or Google Play. Search for the ISPS-US 19th Annual Meeting. Note that the app allows you to access registration and information about the conference, but you must access all events from your confirmation email.

More Information, Including Abstracts, Continuing Education Credits and Scholarships: