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Furtcoming Congresses and Conferences


Encountering the Spirit of Community in Narrative Therapy and in Cuba Programs for People

January 15-19, 2007, Havana, Cuba

Contact: Dr. Cristobal Martinez Gomez

E-mail: info@narrativecuba.com; Website: www.narrativecuba.com

WPA Regional Meeting

January 23-24, 2007, Budapest, Hungary

Hungarian Psychiatric Association

Contact: Dr. Tury Ferenc

E-mail: tury@axelero.hu; Website: www.mpt.iif.hu

Psyche and Art Seminar

February 13-16, 2007, Djerba, Tunisia

WPA section on Art and Psychiatry; Schattauer Verlag Publishers

Contact: Dr. Hans Otto Thomashoff; E-mail: thomashoff@utanet.at

WPA Regional Meeting

March 21-23, 2007, Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya Psychiatric Association

Contact: Dr. Frank G. Njenga; E-mail fnjenga@africaonline.co.ke

Website: www.wpa2007nakobi.com

Third Iberoamerican Congress on Addictive Disorders

April 12-14, 2007, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Colegio Iberoamercano de Transtornos Addictive s

Contact: Dr. Javier Didia Attas; E-mail: cita2007@fibertel.com.ar

Third International Congress on Hormones, Brain and Neuropsychopharmacology

April 22-25, 2007, Marrakech, Morocco

WPA section on Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Contact: Dr. Uriel M. Halbreich ; E-mail: urielh@acsu.buffalo.edu

WPA Regional Meeting

April 18-21, 2007, Seoul, Korea

Korean Neuropsychiatrie Association

Contact: Dr. Young-Cho Chung; E-mail: kpa3355@kornet.net

Conference on Conflict, Mental Health and Making the Peace

May 11-12, 2007, Lymassol, Cyprus

Royal College of Psychiatrists' European Division, London Institute of Psychiatry

Contact: Dr. Nathaniel Minton; E-mail: nd.minton@btinternet.com

15th World Congress of the World Association for Dynamic Psychiatry

May 16-19, 2007, St. Petersburg, Russia

World Association for Dynamic Psychiatry

Contact: Dr. Monika Dworschak

E-mail: wadpcongress2007@dynpsych.de

WPA Thematic Conference "Coercive Treatment in Psychiatry: A Comprehensive Review

June 6-8, 2007, Dresden, Germany

Eunomia Study Group

Contact: Prof. Thomas Kallert

E-mail: Thomas. …

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