Membership in Partner Organizations
Participants may join any of the sponsoring organizations at a special rate of $50 per organization for the first year, a significant discount over the ordinary annual rates. In each instance, new members become eligible to receive the journal of the particular organization (Ortho — American Journal of Orthopsychiatry; IFTA — Journal of Family Psychotherapy; ISCI — Child Indicators Research).
Join one or more of the sponsoring organizations when registering for the Family Symposium and receive reduced registration fees for the symposium.
Among the benefits that members of the sponsoring organizations enjoy are the following:
American Orthopsychiatric Association
- A forum for like-minded professionals concerned with mental health and social justice
- Opportunities for participation in task forces on critical issues
- Mentoring opportunities for students and young professionals
- Monthly NewsBlasts by Ortho's Washington Fellow
- Free subscription to American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (journal)
International Family Therapy Association
- Networking opportunities with family therapists from around the world
- Training for programs in countries needing assistance to develop family therapy programs
- Opportunity to participate in the annual IFTA World Congress/IFTA International Family Therapy Conference
- Free subscription to International Connection (newsletter and online newsletter)
- Free subscription to the Family Therapy Research E-Forum (online newsletter)
- Free subscription to Journal of Family Psychotherapy (journal)
International Society for Child Indicators
- Global collaborative research opportunities
- Discounts on social science books and journals
- Opportunity to participate in the annual ISCI International Conference
- Free subscription to ISCI Indicators (newsletter)
- Free subscription to Child Indicators Research (journal)
Other Sponsoring Organizations
Clemson University, Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life—Strengthening communities in support of children and families.
The Haruv Institute—Establishing, applying, and disseminating new standards of excellence in the field of child abuse and neglect.