The International Society for Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority

Membership

Why join the ISPDI?

Membership in The International Society for Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority is open to individuals from any discipline that are interested in the study and further development of psychology in the spirit described in the definitional statement on the home page of this website.

A scholarly enterprise emphasizing the exchange of ideas related to the notion of psychological interiority, the society does not offer a credential or a formal training program. The benefits of membership have rather to do with opportunity afforded by the society, through its conferences, seminar-offerings, and on-line discussion forum, to participate in the concerted effort of articulating and refining a psychology that is truly psychological in its conception of itself.

Prospective members are requested to carefully read the definitional statement, along with the other information on this website, to ascertain for themselves if they are interested in learning about and/or contributing to psychology in the spirit that this society has been established to further.

 

Executive Committee Members
John Hoedl, President
Greg Mogenson, Vice President
Samina Salahuddin, Recording Secretary
Faith Mason, Treasurer
Peter White, Web Discussion Moderator
Dan Anderson, G-mail Monitor
Colleen Hendrick, Director of Tele-seminars
Marco Heleno Barreto, Assistant Web Discussion Monitor
Michael Caplan, Editing and Design
John Robertson, Member

 

Honorary Patron
Wolfgang Giegerich

Honorary Members
Nancy Cater, David L. Miller

 

Become a Member

On clicking 'Pay Now', you will be  directed to a PayPal/Credit/Debit Card page for a $50 fee payment. On payment clearance you will be registered  and able to login to the members area. You will be issued with a Username and Password.

Yearly dues are $50.00 USD and can be paid on-line using a credit card or PayPal account:

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After you have received your user name and password and have logged in, we would encourage you to introduce yourself by going to the "Welcome Mat" and telling us something about yourself. To get to the "Welcome Mat" follow these links: From the Home page > "Threaded Discussion" > "Index" > "Welcome Mat."

 The Library and the Laboratory (From Michael Maier, Tripus Aureus, Frankfurt, 1677) The Library and the Laboratory (From Michael Maier, Tripus Aureus, Frankfurt, 1677)

 

 

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2017 Toronto Workshop

“I said just now that we have no schools for forty-year-olds. That is not quite true. Our religions were always such schools in the past, but how many people regard them like that today? How many of us older ones have been brought up in such a school and really prepared for the second half of life, or old age, death and eternity?”

C.G. Jung, CW 8: 786.


“Psychological literature has to my mind no other purpose than to educate or cultivate the mind of the psychologist, psychotherapist.”

Wolfgang Giegerich, The Soul's Logical Life, p. 277

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