Members are individuals or legal entities involved in the fields of psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychology and that share the aims of the MOTIS. Becoming a member entails taking on all the rights and obligations deriving from the Bylaw. The admission and the qualification of members are agreed by a majority of the Board of Directors.
There are two categories of Members:
- Regular Members: those who have taken part in the deed of incorporation of the MOTIS (Founders) and anyone who is interested in metacognitive functioning in Psychotherapy can become a regular member of MOTIS, who may come from different areas of study. The person who intends to become a member must present to the Board of Directors the membership application form. The applicant will become a member after their application has been accepted by the Board of Directors and the payment of the annual membership fee. The membership fees which are established by the General Meeting must be paid;
- Honorary Members: anyone who has acquired particular merits and has stood out in the field of metacognitive functioning can be recognized as an honorary member. Their membership is free and they do not have voting rights, nor can they hold positions within the association.
To apply for membership please fill in the membership application form (downloadable below) and send it to MOTIS: email@example.com