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International Symposium of Behavioral Medicine ISBM

September 22-24, 2017, Shanghai, China


The International Symposium of Behavioral Medicine (ISBM) will be held on September 22nd to 24th, 2017 in Shanghai, China. This symposium will be presented by the Mental Health Center, Fudan University and the Inspirees Institute of Creative Arts Therapy. The themes of ISBM are on psychosomatics and dance movement therapy, which aim to strengthen the communication and collaboration between the two fields.


Inspirees launch new academic journal CAET


Inspirees launch new academic journal CAET

Inspirees has recently launched its own academic journal CAET with the German academic publisher

Quotus in Berlin Creative Arts in Education and Therapy (CAET) – Eastern and Western Perspectives is published in partnership with INSPIREES. It is an international journal for artists, educators and therapists, who use and integrate creative arts in their work.The focus is on reporting and discussing perspectives, theory based application and practical results between the West and the East - particularly China and its neighboring cultures.


Peeters Publishers choose Inspirees for China representation [2014.3.1]


The prestigious Belgian academic publisher Peeters Publishers chose Inspirees for exclusive sales representation in Great China including mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. Till now, Brepols Publishers, Peeters Publishers and Ferdinand Verbiest Instituut-KULeuven from Belgium have all decided to work with Inspirees for their China sales representation.

[2017-09-1] Inspirees International Participate in BIBF 2017

The 24th Beijing International Book Fair will be held at the China International Exhibition Center (Beijing) from August 23 to 27, 2017. The exhibition area is 92,700 square meters. The honor of guest country is Iran. Beijing International Book Fair is the world's second largest international book fair, with more than 2000 publishers from more than 80 countries and regions. Inspirees International will participate again and provide the majority of the Chinese readers with professional and academic products. At the same time, Erich Schmidt Publishers and Mohr Siebeck Publishers will officially join with Inspirees Inspirees in China for the first time. Below is the list of publishers participating with Insprees International:


  • Barbara Budrich Verlag (Germany)
  • Brepols Publishers (Belgium)
  • Cambridge Scholars Publishing Group (UK)
  • Erich Schmidt Verlag (Germany)
  • Harrasowitz Verlag (Germany)
  • Ibidem Verlag (Germany)
  • Intersentia Publishers (Belgium)
  • IOS Press (The Netherlands)
  • Leuven University Press (Belgium)
  • Mohr Siebeck Verlag (Germany)
  • Peeters (Belgium)
  • River Publishers (Denmark)
  • Sense Publishers (The Netherlands)


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[2017-02-20] Chinese Group of Arts Therapy Established in China

In November 2016 in Beijing, the Chinese Group of Arts Therapy (CGAT) was established, in affiliation with the Chinese Psychological Society (CPS). CGAT is under the guidance of the Committee of Clinical and Counseling Psychology (CCCP) of CPS. CGAT is currently the only working group focusing on creative and expressive arts therapies in the Society. The arts therapy field has grown rapidly in China in recent years, but there are only limited university programs in music therapy, and they produce graduates of varied quality. Currently there are over 200,000 licensed counselors in China who need extensive practical experience, as well as expanded and alternative skill sets, including the arts therapies. This has made it necessary to set up a professional society to support and guide the further development of this profession in the country while ensuring its standard and quality. CGAT was initiated and led by Dr. Tony Zhou, Executive Editor of CAET, along with six other experts from academic and clinical institutions who are on the executive board. On the advisory board, there is also the support of two professors from Taiwan. Under CGAT, four working sub-groups are being set up to cover four major categories, including art therapy, dance movement therapy, drama therapy and music therapy. One of the major goals of CGAT is to consolidate the above four areas and foster more collaboration among them, as well with other fields in China and abroad; this includes verbal psychotherapies, rehabilitation and arts. CGAT will also be working closely with CCCP on the Clinical Psychology Registration for the credentials of the registered psychologists.


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