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  Cairo University, Department of Psychological Medicine   

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Contact:


Department of Psychological Medicine
Kasr Al-Ainy Hospital
Al Kasr Al Aini Street
Garden City, Cairo
Egypt

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  Calgary Health Region Family Therapy Training Program   

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Contact:
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Family Therapy Training Program
1213 - 4th Street SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0X7
403/943-2440
403/943-2441 fax

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  Calgary Regional Health Authority [CRHA]   


Contact:
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Calgary Regional Health Authority
Communications
1035 - 7th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2P 3E9
Canada

800/860-2742
403/265-4636

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  California Association for Behavior Analysis [CALABA]   

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About:


The California Association for Behavior Analysis was formed in 1998 when two organizations joined together: The Northern California Association for Behavior Analysis [NCABA] and the Association for ]Behavior Analysis and Therapy/Southern California [ABAT/SC). The mission of the California Association for Behavior Analysis is to promote the science and theory of behavior analysis through the support of research, education and practice.

Objectives:

  • Support a certification process for behavior analysts and assistant behavior analysts
  • Advocate for behavior analysis services and the profession
  • Promote quality assurance in behavior analysis
  • Provide resources and information related to behavior analysis
  • Advance behavior analysis via professional development activities

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  California Association for Counseling and Development [CACD]   


Contact:
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California Association for Counseling and Development
2555 E Chapman Avenue
Suite 201
Fullerton, CA 92831

714/871-6460
714/871-5132 fax
cacd@cacd.org

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  California Association of Health Facilities   


Contact:


California Association of Health Facilities
3674 Pacifica Avenue
Riverside, CA 92509

909/274-7555

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  California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists [CAMFT]   

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Contact:


California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
7901 Raytheon Road
San Diego, CA 92111-1606

858/292-2638
800/817-6322 fax
858/292-2666 fax
619/292-2650 TTY


About:


CAMFT is an independent statewide professional organization representing the interests of California licensed and soon to be licensed marriage, family and child counselors. It is dedicated to advancing the profession as an art and a science, to maintaining high standards of professional ethics, to upgrading the qualifications for the profession and to expanding the recognition and awareness of the profession.

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  California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists [CAMFT], Redding Regional Chapter   


Contact:


Redding Regional Chapter
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

916/224-8263

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  California Association of Psychiatric Technicians [CAPT]   

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Contact:
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California Association of Psychiatric Technicians
2000 "O" Street
Suite 250
Sacramento, CA 95814-5286

800/677-2278
916/329-9140
916/329-9145 fax

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About:


The California Association of Psychiatric Technicians [CAPT] is the professional association for the 15,000 licensed Psychiatric Technicians in California and also the labor union representing the 7,400 of those Psychiatric Technicians who work in California's state hospitals, developmental centers and state prisons.

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  California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems [CAPH]   

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About:


The California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems [CAPH], established in 1983, is a statewide trade association representing 19 public and not-for profit hospitals, academic medical centers and comprehensive health care systems.

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  California Association of School Psychologists [CASP]   

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Contact:
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California Association of School Psychologists
1400 K Street
Suite 311
Sacramento, CA 95814

916/444-1595
916/444-1597 fax

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About:


Founded in 1950 and located in Sacramento, the California Association of School Psychologists [CASP] is the statewide membership organization for school psychologists in California. With a membership in excess of 3,100, CASP is the largest statewide organization of school psychologists in the nation.

CASP actively represents the profession to legislative audiences, governmental officials, and other policy-making bodies. The Association provides continuing professional development to the membership through regional training programs and an annual convention. Publications of the Association include a quarterly magazine and California School Psychologist,an annual research journal.

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  California Board of Psychology   

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Contact:
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California Board of Psychology
1422 Howe Avenue
Suite 22
Sacramento, CA 95825-3200

916/263-2699

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About:


The California Board of Psychology is a branch of State government committed to the protection of the health, safety and welfare of consumers of psychological services. It deals with licensure and enforcement.

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  California Coalition for Ethical Mental Health Care [CCEMHC]   

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Contact:


California Coalition for Ethical Mental Health Care
PO Box 31968
San Francisco, CA 94131-0968

415/905-4543
650/962-1586 fax
415/826-6565 fax


About:


California Coalition for Ethical Mental Health Care [CCEMHC] is a grassroots organization established in February 1994, to preserve the quality, integrity and confidentiality of mental health care through public and professional education, and through legal and legislative action. Members are professionals from each of the mental health disciplines in California, clients or patients, and consumer advocates.

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  California Coalition on Sex Offending [CCOSO]   

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Contact:
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California Coalition on Sex Offending
5361 North Pershing
Stockton, CA 95207-5450

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About:


The California Coalition on Sex Offending [CCOSO] was founded in 1986 in response to California's growing need for a formally structured resource for professionals working with persons involved in the commission of rape, child sexual abuse, incest, and other forms of sexual assault.

Coalition members represent law enforcement, criminal justice, mental health, probation, parole, and other community services dedicated to addressing complex issues related to sex crimes and sexual deviance.

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  California Council of Community Mental Health Agencies [CCCMHA]   

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Contact:
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California Council of Community Mental Health Agencies
1127 11th Street
Suite 925
Sacramento, CA 95814

916/557-1166
916/447-2350 fax

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About:


The California Council of Community Mental Health Agencies [CCCMHA] is a statewide trade association whose members are the primary providers of mental health and substance abuse services in California.

Objectives:

  • Improve the current community based mental health system through interaction with legislators and our government officials
  • Increase the participation of community based nonprofit agencies in both the improvement of the mental health system and the delivery of direct services in the community
  • Provide a unified approach for mutual consultation, to improve management efficiency, clinical services, and information exchanges
  • Assure that services respond to the needs of the communities
  • Provide a focal point for the review and development of policies which will further the provision of a full spectrum of modalities and high quality mental health care, at the community level, for all those requiring such

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  California Department of Developmental Services [DDS]   

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Contact:


California Department of Developmental Services
PO Box 944202
Sacramento, CA 94244-2020


About:


The California Department of Developmental Services provides services and programs to children and adults with developmental disabilities which includes mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism and related conditions.

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  California Department of Mental Health   

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  California Healthcare Association   


Contact:


California Healthcare Association
1201 K Street
Suite 800
Sacramento, CA 95814

916/552-7502
916/552-7506 fax

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  California Institute of Integral Studies [CIIS]   

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Contact:
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California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

415/575-6100

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About:


The California Institute of Integral Studies [CIIS] is an accredited institution of higher learning and research that strives to embody spirit, intellect, and wisdom in service to individuals, communities, and the Earth.

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  California Institute for Mental Health [CIMH]   

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Contact:
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California Institute for Mental Health
2030 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

916/556-3480
916/446-4519 fax

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About:


The California Institute for Mental Health [CIMH] was established in 1993 to "promote excellence in mental health services through training, technical assistance, research and policy development." It was the specific intent of the local mental health directors who founded CIMH that CIMH would work collaboratively with all mental health system stakeholders. The commitment to collaboration has led the board to reorganize itself, expanding board membership to consumers, family members, and other interested persons representing the public interest.

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  California Medical Association [CMA]   

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Contact:


California Medical Association
PO Box 7690
San Francisco, CA 94120-7690

415/541-0900


About:


California Medical Association [CMA] represents more than 34,000 physicians and is dedicated to the health of all Californians, and to promoting and protecting the science and art of medicine.

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  California Psychiatric Association [CPA]   

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Contact:
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California Psychiatric Association
1400 K Street
Suite 302
Sacramento, CA 95814

800/772-4271
916/442- 5196
916/442- 6515 fax

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About:


The California Psychiatric Association [CPA] is Area VI of the American Psychiatric Association [APA] and is composed of members of the APA's five District Branches in California. These District Branches are:
  1. Central California Psychiatric Society
  2. Northern California Psychiatric Society
  3. Orange County Psychiatric Society
  4. San Diego Psychiatric Society
  5. Southern California Psychiatric Society

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  California Psychoanalytic Circle   

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  California Psychological Association   

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Contact:
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California Psychological Association
3835 North Freeway Boulevard
Suite 240
Sacramento, CA 95834

916/286-7979
916/286-7971 fax

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About:


The California Psychological Association supports the psychologists of California in their efforts to promote the health and well-being of all citizens through volunteer association members and professional staff who:
  • Educate the public about when and how to access psychological services as well as provide referrals when requested
  • Provide leadership to the profession through legislative advocacy and regulatory oversight, marketing, and media outreach
  • Create opportunities for continuing education, networking and mutual support among psychologists of all areas of specialty
  • Offer professional practice consultation by providing information on clinical, legal, and ethical issues to help psychologists better serve the public
  • Promote research, education, and training in psychology

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  California School of Professional Psychology [CSPP], Continuing Education Division   

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Contact:
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Continuing Education Division
California School of Professional Psychology
2749 Hyde Street
San Francisco, CA 94109-1222

800/457-1273

jkulbeck (snail) mail.cspp.edu (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The mission of the California School of Professional Psychology is to provide the highest quality of education, training, research, and service in professional psychology and related human service fields. CSPP strives to improve the quality of life by addressing major contemporary human social issues in a problem-solving way, fostering respect for human diversity in a multicultural society, and combatting discrimination in all its forms, especially racism, sexism, and heterosexism. In all of its activities, CSPP is committed to exhibiting the highest professional and ethical standards, addressing the needs of both individuals and organizations, and serving those who are underserved.

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  California State University [CSU], Chico, Center for Regional and Continuing Education   

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Contact:
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Continuing Education
California State University, Chico
400 West First Street
Chico, CA 95929-0250

530/898-6105
530/898-4020 fax

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  California State University Monterey Bay [CSUMB], Institute for Social History   

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Contact:


Institute for Social History, Social and Behavioral Sciences Center
CSU Monterey Bay
100 Campus Center
Seaside, CA 93955

831/582-3890


About:


The Institute for Social History fosters innovative teaching and research in social history and the practical application of historical knowledge in contemporary society.

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  California State University, Northridge [CSUN], Center on Disabilities   

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Contact:
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Center on Disabilities
California State University, Northridge
18111 Nordhoff Street BH 110
Northridge, CA 91330-8340

818/677-2684
818/677-4929 fax

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About:


The Center on Disabilities is an integral part of the university mission of teaching, scholarship and active learning, furthering the vision of an inclusive society which supports the attainment of academic, professional and personal goals for persons of all abilities. The Center fulfills this mission through programs of student service, education, and research.

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  California Telehealth and Telemedicine Center   

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Contact:
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California Telehealth and Telemedicine Center
1215 K Street
Suite 800
Sacramento, CA 95814

877/590-8144
916/552-7679
916/552-7526 fax

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About:


The California Telehealth and Telemedicine Center was founded in 1997. Its mission is to promote the use of new information and communication technologies to improve and expand access to health services and information - particularly in California's medically underserved communities, so that a person's location is no barrier to their receiving the commonly accepted standard of care

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  Callahan Techniques   

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Callahan Techniques
78-816 Via Carmel
PO Box 1220
La Quinta, CA 92247

800/359-2873
760/564-1008
760/347-0934 fax

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About:


Callahan Techniques provides and encourages interest and education in the Callahan Techniques Thought Field Therapy to both the professional and lay person.

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  Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies [CCBS]   

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Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
PO Box 7067
100 Cummings Center
Suite 340F
Beverly, MA 01915

978/369-2227
978/369-8584 fax

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About:


The Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies [CCBS], founded in 1981, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the scientific study of behavior and its humane application to the solution of practical problems, including the prevention and relief of human suffering.

Objectives:

  • Create and deliver trustworthy information on high quality behavioral services and science around the world
  • Promote global collaboration among behavioral organizations
  • Improve the future of behavioral science by educating and developing the next wave of behavioral scientists and practitioners

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  Cambridge Health Alliance, Division of Continuing Education in Psychiatry   

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CHAPO-CME
PO Box 398075
Inman Square
Cambridge, MA 02139

617/503-8445
617/503-8460 fax

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About:


The Cambridge Health Alliance is comprised of The Cambridge Hospital, Somerville Hospital, Whidden Memorial Hospital, the Cambridge Public Health Department, more than 20 primary care practices and Network Health. Affiliated with Harvard Medical School and the Tufts University School of Medicine, it offers 15 residency and training programs in a variety of disciplines including Internal Medicine, Podiatry, Surgery, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Work, and Nursing,

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  Cambridge Healthtech Institute [CHI]   

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Contact:
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Cambridge Healthtech Institute
250 First Avenue
Suite 300
Needham, MA 02494

781/972/5400
781/972/5425 fax

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The Cambridge Healthtech Institute [CHI] organizes scientific conferences.

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  Cambridge Hospital, Center for Quality Assessment and Improvement in Mental Health [CQAIMH]   

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Center for Quality Assessment and Improvement in Mental Health
Cambridge Hospital Department of Psychiatry
1493 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02139

617/503-2384
617/503-2380 fax

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The Center for Quality Assessment and Improvement in Mental Health [CQAIMH] develops and evaluates methods for measuring and improving the quality of mental health care.

Consisting of faculty and staff from the Institute for Clinical Research & Health Policy Studies at Tufts-New England Medical Center, Tufts University School of Medicine and Harvard University, CQAIMH develops methods of quality assessment, studies organizational determinants of quality, and tests strategies for quality improvement.

The website features a comprehensive inventory of mental health quality measures, funded by the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. These quality measures will be useful to clinicians, care managers, payers, services researchers, and others involved in the assessment and improvement of mental health care.

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  JM Campbell & Associates   


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JM Campbell & Associates
3712 Broadway, #259
Chicago, IL 60613

773/929-5297
773/929-3905 fax

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