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The voting begins Friday 30th November for the Election of Vice-President/President- Elect of ISIPT and will be open for 6 weeks, closing Friday 11th January 2019.

All members should have received via an email instructions for how to vote from Election Buddy from 1pm EST on 30th November. IF YOU DID NOT GET AN EMAIL  check your junk folder first in case its there and if not, email Sue Luty so she can follow up.

In your email you will be given a link to the website and you can view the candidates bios and photos then vote for one only. We have two great candidates so be sure to cast your vote.

Lets aim to break the record with our voting turn out!

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The  8th biennial conference of the International Society of Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT) will be held in Budapest, Hungary November 8-9, 2019.  Pre-conference workshops will be held November 6-7, 2019.  Request for submissions and information about registration to follow.

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The International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy (ISIPT) is a non-profit, global organization dedicated to promoting and disseminating training and research in Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). On this website you can learn about applications of IPT, IPT trainings and worldwide ISIPT activities including the International Conference.

Join ISIPT  Membership benefits include:

  • Discounts to the ISIPT International Conference
  • Access to the Members’ Only section of this website (includes useful IPT training materials, IPT webinars, and archived presentations from conferences)
  • Membership in the global ISIPT listserv
  • Interaction with IPT experts to improve your practice of IPT and learn about advances in the field

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