So-Psy working groups bring together experts to develop reflections, positions, research and teaching in specific areas of social psychiatry.
Develop knowledge, positions, networking and service innovations to promote the integration of people with mental health problems into employment Support the implementation of evidence-based interventions
Develop knowledge, positions, networking and service innovations to fight against insecurity and support the housing of people with mental health problems
Support the implementation of evidence-based interventions
Take positions to influence health policies in order to promote the recovery of people with mental health problems within the community
Foster multi-disciplinarity, peer practitioners, case management, mobile teams, the integration of social and caregiving dimensions, and the results of recovery
Advocate for adequate funding for psycho-social interventions based on scientific evidence
Develop multidisciplinary, accessible, continuous training based on the vision of psycho-social recovery within the community.
Develop undergraduate and post-graduate social psychiatric education in the caregiving professions
Support research in social psychiatry, in particular by attracting the interest of young researchers from undergraduate level onwards.
Minimum dosage of drug treatments. Support for evidence-based psychosocial intervention methods. Integrated psychiatric and psychotherapeutic treatment. Peer interventions.
Development of shared decision-making. Alternatives to constraint. Respect for individual rights.