PSYMEETMental Health Organizations and Their Events

A Worldwide Calendar and Locator Resource

Maintained by Myron L. Pulier

This Page Runs From LAL- to LBZ-

  Table of Contents  

Related Pages

Translate this page
Events of Organizations other than LAL- to LBZ-
Events Listed by Date
Events Listed by City
Other Mental Health and Telehealth Resources
SEARCH for key words
REGISTER your event
GET help with this website
Myron Pulier's Home Page

List of Organizations from LAL- to LBZ-

Individual Organizations and their Meetings

<--Click for the table of contents for organizations LAL- to LBZ.

  Lancaster University, Department of Psychology   

(You can click on the above for the sponsor's home page)


Contact:
(You could use the link below for securing more detail)

Department of Psychology
Lancaster University
Lancaster LA1 4YF
United Kingdom

+44/524/593822
+44/524/593744 fax

Psychology (snail) lancaster.ac.uk (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Psychology Department at Lancaster was founded in 1972.

<--Go to table of contents.

  Lapeer County Community Mental Health Service   

(You can click on the above for the sponsor's home page)


Contact:


Lapeer County Community Mental Health Service
1570 Suncrest Drive
Lapeer, MI 48446

810/667-0500
810/664-8728 fax

<--Click for the table of contents for organizations LAL- to LBZ.

  Latino Behavioral Health Institute [LBHI]   

(You can click above for the sponsor home page)


Contact:


Latino Behavioral Health Institute
PO Box 1008
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

800/524-7263
213/538-0225
213/386-1297 fax


About:


The Latino Behavioral Health Institute [LBHI] was founded in 1995 as a non-profit organization. Its goal is to encourage the quest for knowledge of the behavioral health needs of the Latino community.Quality training of all persons working or interested in the Latino community is one important aspect of enhancing service to Latinos. LBHI's focus has been to provide training to persons involved in Latino behavioral health by local, national and international experts. LBHI has developed a network with experts in Latino behavioral health from universities, pilot studies, and programs of exemplary practice.

<--Go to the table of contents for organizations LAL- to LBZ.

  Latino Social Workers Organization [LSWO]   

(You can click on the above for its home page)


Contact:
(The link below is available for more information)

Latino Social Workers Organization
1721 West 17th Street
Chicago, IL 60608

312/212-3857
866/488-7813 fax

socialwork (snail) lswo.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Latino Social Workers Organization [LSWO] is a professional social work organization dedicated to providing cultural competency continuing education programs.

<--Click for table of contents for organizations LAL- to LBZ.

  Latvian Society of Psychiatry and Neurology   


Contact:


Latvian Society of Psychiatry and Neurology
c/o Mintauts Caune, President
Riga Psychoneurological Hospital
2 Tvaika Str.
LV 1005 Riga
Latvia

<--Go to table of contents for this page.

  Latvias Universitate Psychology Student Association [LUPSA]   


Contact:


LUPSA
Jurmalas Gatve 74/76
Latvias Universitate
Pedagogijas Fakultate
Riga LV-1083
Latvia

+3712424424
+3712225039 fax

<--Go to table of contents.

  Wilfrid Laurier University   

<--Click for table of contents for organizations LAL- to LBZ.

  Law and Society Association [LSA]   

(If you wish to, click above for its home page)


Contact:
(You could activate the link below for e-mail)

Law and Society Association
205 Hampshire House
University of Massachusetts
131 County Circle
Amherst, MA 01003-9257

413/545-4617
413/545-1640 fax

Exec_Office (snail) lawandsociety.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Law and Society Association [LSA] is a group of scholars from many fields and countries, interested in the place of law in social, political, economic and cultural life. The Association, founded in 1964, has over 1,500 members engaged in the study of sociolegal phenomena. Members bring training in law, sociology, political science, psychology, anthropology, economics, and history as well as in other related areas.

The official publication of the LSA is Law & Society Review.

This Web page was created automatically at 8:39:01 PM 9/10/2017 UTC.

Copyright © 2017 with the Right to Copy extended to visitors as follows: anyone has the moral right to share this material provided that

  1. Authorship is properly accredited;
  2. The conceptual integrity of the content is respected; and
  3. Any and all remunerative use is preceded by a negotiated agreement with the author.

Content is available under Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 .

No liability for the implications or consequences of its use may be attributed to the author. Accuracy and currency of material presented here are not guaranteed. The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the author. The contents have neither been reviewed nor approved.

Please send announcements, inquiries and comments to: Dr. Pulier < pulierml@gmail.com > .