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The Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI) is an international, interdisciplinary organization. Our aim is to promote the development of psychotherapies that integrate theoretical orientations, clinical practices, and diverse methods of inquiry.
 
SEPI brings practitioners and researchers together to learn from each other to an unprecedented degree. Effective psychotherapies must be rooted in both clinical and empirical exploration and therefore we facilitate collaboration between practitioner and researcher.
 
SEPI promotes dialogue between therapists of differing theoretical orientations. We aim to advance an understanding of the sources of therapeutic change and meet the needs of the growing ranks of integrative therapists.
 
SEPI prides itself on being an international and multicultural organization, representing perspectives from around the world. We welcome and highly value the participation of members from diverse cultures, regions, countries, racial/ethnic backgrounds, and religions.

 

The SEPI 2020 Conference

Because of the current uncertainty regarding crossing borders, national and international travel, and quarantines, the SEPI Executive Committee has come to the realization that our Vancouver conference must be cancelled. We are now brainstorming about on-line options for conducting some of the programming. Although we are distressed by the decision to cancel the in-person conference, this situation has forced us to broaden our horizons, think outside the box, and begin to take advantage of the technological opportunities available to keep us connected and developing our collegiality even further.

As we make plans for the future, we will keep you informed and hope you will be able to join us.

Your support of SEPI is deeply gratifying and we thank you.

Please stay safe and healthy.

Sincerely, Shigeru Iwakabe,
SEPI President and the SEPI Executive Committee



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