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Last weeks for the Summer Seminars early bird registration (until May 15th 2018). Don't miss the event in Montreux!

Please find more information on the Summer Seminars 2018 here:
Summer Seminars 2018 Flyer

Registration form download:
Summer Seminars 2018 Registration Form


The ISR is pleased to announce that a number of grants for travel to the XIIth Summer Seminars in Montreux will be made available.

Here you find further information:
Summer Seminars 2018 Grant Announcement

Here you find the application form:
Summer Seminars 2018 Grant Application Form

In memoriam

Vera Campo died in Barcelona on April 14, 2018.

She was born in Paris in 1927. In her childhood she lived in Hamburg, Copenhagen and Barcelona, ​​before arriving in Buenos Aires. She studied in the United States, then continued her training as a psychoanalyst in Argentina, and later received her doctorate in Psychology at the University of Barcelona (1986).

She was president of the Argentine Society of Rorschach, and founder of the Spanish Society, (of which she was editor of its magazine until the end of her life) and was also a founding partner of the Catalan Society of Rorschach and Projective Methods, which she also presided.

Since she arrived in Barcelona (1972) she developed an intense teaching, research and diagnostic work. She always surprised us by her inexhaustible ability to work on the subjects she was passionate about, among them the Rorschach. She dedicated her life to studying, teaching, and divulging her ideas. And participated actively in all the international meetings of the International Society of Rorschach and Projective Methods since 1961 (Freiburg).

She was an active and fundamental member of the Catalan Society of Rorschach and Projective Methods, forming generations of people interested in learning the Rorschach Test as a valuable tool for diagnosis and personality research. She published, in addition to multiple articles in different magazines, three books: "Los niños y el Rorschach" (Children and the Rorschach), "Rorschach en niños, adolescentes y adults" (The Rorschach Test in children, adolescents and adults), and "Toda una vida con Rorschach" (A lifetime with the Rorschach).

Her desire to transmit her knowledge and experience led her to other European cities (London, Rome, Helsinki, Vienna ...) to give courses for specialists in the subject.

Your students, collaborators and co-workers thank you for maintaining the same initial passion with which you started the studies of the Rorschach Test and for always transmitting your knowledge and your interest in research.

Silvio Sember
President of the Catalan Society of Rorschach and Projective Methods (SCRIMP)

Left: Vera Campo at the ISR Istanbul Congress in 2014

Right: at the Bateau Mouche on the Seine at ISR Paris Congress in 2017 July
(from right to left: Helena Lunazzi, Vera Campo, Benoit Verdon, Noriko Nakamura)

Photos by: Ana Fdez-Manchón, President of the Spanish Society of Rorschach and Projective Methods (SERYMP)

About the International Society

The object of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods, as stated in the by-laws, is:

  • to create an international link between national societies, associations, groups for Rorschach and Projective Techniques to facilitate scientific exchanges among specialists, practitioners and researchers in the field;
  • to ensure publication of an international journal named RORSCHACHIANA and of a newsletter designed to facilitate communication among the membership;
  • to safeguard the archives concerning the Rorschach and Projective Methods, and endeavor to make them easily accessible to members.

At present national Rorschach societies or groups exist in the following countries: Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Israel, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Peru, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States and Venezuela. Together with the group of the Individual Members the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods now consists of more than 2800 members throughout the world.

Being a member of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods entitles you to receive the Bulletin and the Rorschachiana, both included in the annual contribution fee.

In case you want to apply for admission as an individual member, either because there is no such society in your country or for other reasons, please fill in the application form and return it to Mrs. Julia Hogrefe, Treasurer of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods, c/o Hogrefe AG, Länggass-Strasse 76, P.O. Box, CH-3000 Bern 9 / Switzerland.

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