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  Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards [MACMHB]   

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Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards
426 South Walnut
Lansing, MI 48933

517/374-6848
517/374-1053 fax

dlalumia (snail) macmhb.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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  Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health   

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Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health

517/432-3793

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  Michigan Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development [MAMCD]   

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The The Michigan Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development [MAMCD] is a division of the Michigan Counseling Association. Objectives:
  • Promote greater understanding of ethnic minority groups among members of the counseling and development professions
  • Improve standards and delivery of counseling and development services provided to ethnic minority groups
  • Identify and work to eliminate conditions which create barriers to the individual development of ethnic minority groups
  • Develop, implement and/or foster interest in charitable, scientific and educational programs designed to further the interests of ethnic minority groups
  • Secure equality of treatment, advancement, qualifications and status of ethnic minorities in counseling and development work
  • Publish a newsletter and other scientific, educational, and professional materials with the purpose of increasing the knowledge of all who work in counseling and development
  • Facilitate a broader awareness of multicultural counseling among the helping professions

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  Michigan Coalition on Sexual Abuse & Deviancy   

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Michigan Coalition on Sexual Abuse & Deviancy
PO Box 782
Troy, MI 48099-0782

810/447-2282

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The Michigan Coalition on Sexual Abuse & Deviancy aims at increasing the communication between the numerous systems that deal with sexual abuse and deviancy.

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  Michigan Counseling Association [MCA]   



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The central mission and purpose of the Michigan Counseling Association [MCA] is to enhance human development throughout the lifespan and to promote the counseling profession.

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  Michigan Department of Community Health   

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  Michigan Department of Mental Health   

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  Michigan Group Psychotherapy Society   


Contact:
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Michigan Group Psychotherapy Society
c/o James R Stanislaw, MSW, President
29600 Northwestern Highway
Suite 100
Southfield, MI 48034
248/259-8210

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The Michigan Group Psychotherapy Society is a local afflilate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association [AGPA].

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  Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association [MMHCA]   

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Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association
c/o Jan Kniahynycky, Secretary
326 Shagbark Drive
Rochester Hills, MI 48309

248/656-1658
248/656-1599

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Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association [MMHCA] is the state chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association.

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  Michigan Psychological Association   

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Michigan Psychological Association
2105 University Park Drive
Suite C-1
Okemos, MI 48864

517/347-1885
517/347-1896 fax

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  Michigan Psychiatric Society   


Contact:


Michigan Psychiatric Society
15920 West Twelve Mile Road
Suite 200
Southfield, MI 48076

810/552-9300

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  Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute [MPI]   

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Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute
32841 Middlebelt Road, #411
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

248/851-3380
734/213-3399
248/851-1806 fax

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The Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute was organized in 1957.

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  Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology [MSPP]   

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Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology

webeditor (snail) MSPP.net (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The Michigan Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology [MSPP], founded in 1980, is a chapter of the Division of Psychoanalysis (Division 39) of the American Psychological Association [APA].

MSPP is an interdisciplinary society, based on the belief that psychoanalysis is enriched by including individuals from diverse backgrounds. Members include psychologists, social workers and psychiatrists as well as individuals from other disciplines. As a group, MSPP disavows any orthodoxy and welcomes all significant viewpoints in psychoanalysis.

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  Michigan Women Psychologists   


Contact:


Michigan Women Psychologists

810/652-6301

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  Microsoft Healthcare Users Group [MS-HUG]   

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Microsoft Healthcare Users Group
3300 Washtenaw Avenue
Suite 226
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-4261

734/973-1995
734/973-1996 fax

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The Microsoft Healthcare Users Group [MS-HUG] was formed as an independent, non-profit organization. The mission of MS-HUG is to be the healthcare industry forum for exchanging ideas, promoting learning, and sharing solutions for information systems using Microsoft technologies.

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  Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society [MAGPS]   

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Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society
c/o Robert Evans Schulte, MSW,LCSW-C,CGP
119 South Saint Asaph Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-3119

703/838-1633
703/997-1481 fax

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The Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society [MAGPS] is a regional affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association that serves group therapists in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.

MAGPS maintains the traditions of psychodynamic group psychotherapy and provides didactic and experiential training for psychotherapists interested in how group dynamics affect individuals, families, communities, and the world of business.

All mental health professions are welcome and well represented in our Society.

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  Middle East Healthcare Informatics Conference   

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  Middlesex University London, School of Health and Education   

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Contact:


Middlesex University in London
The Burroughs
London NW4 4BT
UK

+44/20/8411 5555


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Middlesex University London teaches some 40,000 students on Middlesex courses at our campuses in London, Dubai and Mauritius.

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  Midjan Group   

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The Midjan Group is a European organization, founded in 1996 to promote telemedicine in developing countries. It is an Association under French law, comprising commercial, governmental, industrial and academic organisations based in Europe, whose expertise covers both telecommunications and health care.

Most developing countries suffer from a severe shortage of health care professionals, especially in remote and rural areas. They need improved communications to link remote clinics and hospitals with urban hospitals and medical specialists outside the country. They need improvements in administration of their health care sector (e.g., in management of patient records). Health care professionals need access to up-to-date medical literature, both local and international. They need improvements in the provisioning of rural clinics and hospitals with pharmaceuticals and other medical supplies. They need to minimise the number of patients referred to distant hospitals who may already be overwhelmed. They need to raise the level of awareness about health care practices. They need rapid help in the event of a disaster or emergency, such as the break-out of Ebola disease in the Congo (ex-Zaire).

Telemedicine techniques can help. Telemedicine is the use of telecommunications to provide medical and health care at a distance. Telemedicine is usually taken to mean curative practices while telehealth includes preventative measures, but in this leaflet the term is intended to cover both aspects.

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  Midland Hospice Care   

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Midland Hospice Care
200 SW Frazier Circle
Topeka, KS 66606

785/232-2044


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Midland Hospice Care, a non-profit organization, began in 1978. Its staff of health professionals provides hospice care, day care, bereavement services and education.

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  Midwestern Psychological Association [MPA]   

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Midwestern Psychological Association

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The 3000+ members of the Midwestern Psychological Association [MPA] make it one of the largest psychological associations in the world. The primary function of the MPA is to conduct an Annual Meeting at which scientific papers and symposia may be presented.

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  Mie University School of Medicine   

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  The Mihalik Group [TMG]   

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The Mihalik Group
1300 West Belmont
Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60659

773/929-4276

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The Mihalik Group [TMG] is a health care consulting firm offering customized consulting services and related products and programs for managed care and managed behavioral health care organizations, hospitals, behavioral health organizations, health care networks, ambulatory care facilities, long term care facilities, home health agencies, and child welfare organizations.

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  MTBI   

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  Military Health Research Forum   

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  International Military Mental Health Conference [IMMH]   



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The International Military Mental Health Conference [IMMH] is an interdisciplinary forum where practitioners meet researchers, open to everyone involved in the bio-psycho-social-spiritual well being of the soldiers (psychologists, psychiatrists, medical doctors, social workers) aiming at establishing guidelines for cooperation and best practice in a multinational multicultural operational environment.

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  Jean Baker Miller Training Institute [JBMTI]   

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Jean Baker Miller Training Institute
The Stone Center
Wellesley College
106 Central Street
Wellesley, MA 02481-8259

781/283-3800
781/283-3646 fax

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The work of the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute [JBMTI] is based on Relational-Cultural Theory, a model of psychological development that grew out of the collaboration of scholars, researchers, and clinicians at the Stone Center, part of Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College. JBMTI conducts workshops, courses, professional trainings, publications, and ongoing projects.

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  Millersville University, History Department   

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History Department
History Department, McComsey Hall
Millersville University
Millersville, PA 17551-0302

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  MIND   

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MIND
Granta House
15-19 Broadway
London E15 4BQ
United Kingdom

+44/20/8221 9672
+44/20/8221 9681 fax

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Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. It works for a better life for people diagnosed, labelled or treated as mentally ill. It does this through campaigning, community development, training, publishing, and a comprehensive information service.

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  Mind/Body Medical Institute [M/BMI]   

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Mind Body Medical Institute
110 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02215

617/632-9530
617/632-9545 fax

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The Mind/Body Medical Institute [M/BMI] is affiliated with Harvard Medical School.

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  Mind and Life Institute   

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The Mind & Life Institute
2805 Lafayette Drive
Boulder CO 80303

303/499-4908 fax

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About:


The Mind and Life Institute is dedicated to fostering dialogue and research between modern science and the great living contemplative traditions, especially Buddhism.

Activities include:

  • Extended semi-private meetings between prominent scientists and leading figures from the contemplative traditions, most notably, the Dalai Lama of Tibet
  • Public conferences to stimulate interest in the potential of these scientific dialogues within the larger scholarly community
  • Intellectually rigorous yet accessible publications, based on Mind and Life meetings and conferences to share the power and potential of these collaborative exchanges with the general public
  • Collaborative research projects and meetings focused on designing research, between laboratory scientists, scholars and practitioners of Buddhism and other forms of contemplative practice
  • Educational programs based on our research findings that teach people proven, effective techniques to enhance human development and ameliorate suffering

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  Mind Network   

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The Mind Network is a group for philosophy of mind and cognitive science.

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  MindFreedom Support Coalition International   

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MindFreedom Support Coalition International
454 Willamette
Suite 216
PO Box 11284
Eugene, OR 97440-3484

877/623-7743
541/345-9106
541/345-3737 fax

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MindFreedom Support Coalition International, formed in 1988, is a non-profit organization that campaigns for human rights of people diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities. It represents over 100 sponsoring organizations in over 14 nations.

MindFreedom has non-governmental organization [NGO] Consultative Roster Status with the United Nation's Economic and Social Council [ECOSOC].

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  Ministry of Health (Malaysia), Telehealth Steering Committee   

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  Ministry of Education, Science, Sports, and Culture (Japan), Science and International Affairs Bureau   

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  Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health [MACMH]   

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Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health
165 Western Avenue
Suite 2
St. Paul, MN 55102

800/528-4511
651/644-7333
651/644-7391 fax

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The Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health [MACMH] is a non-profit organization that strives to enhance the quality of life for children with emotional/ behavioral disorders and their families.

Objectives:

  • Develop a statewide network of family support groups and parent to parent connections
  • Advocate for appropriate and timely delivery of mental health services
  • Provide parents with children's mental health information through educational opportunities such as workshops and publications on children's mental health topics
  • Remove social stigma and barriers associated wth children's mental health issues through public education
  • MACMH will propose and develop programs that will lead to improvements in children's mental health

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  Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs   


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Minnesota Association of Community Mental Health Programs

651/642-1903
651/645-1399 fax

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  Minnesota Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers [MnATSA]   


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MnATSA
c/o Leo A Hoffmann Center
1711 Sheppard Drive
St. Peter, MN 56082

507/934-6122
507/934-2594 fax


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The Minnesota Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers [MnATSA] is dedicated to the promotion of education, research, and professional intervention regarding sexual abuse issues.

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  Minnesota Council on Compulsive Gambling, North American Training Institute   

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Minnesota Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc
314 West Superior Street
Suite 702
Duluth, MN 55802

218/722-1503
218/722-0346 fax

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The Minnesota Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc is a private, non-profit corporation providing information, facilitating research and conducting professional training. Preventive services are aimed at high risk individuals, especially adolescents. It's North American Training Institute provides educational material.

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  Minnesota Department of Human Services, Mental Health Division   

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  Minnesota Group Psychotherapy Society   


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Minnesota Group Psychotherapy Society
c/o Ronald H Weill, MA, LP, CGP
Psychology Department
MCF-Stillwater
970 Pickett Street North
Bayport, MN 55003-1489

651/779-2818
651/779-5723 fax

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The Minnesota Group Psychotherapy Society is a local afflilate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association [AGPA].

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  Minnesota Institute for Professional Development   


Contact:


Karen Schafer
or
Katie Unzen
MN Institute for Professional Development, Inc.
PO BOx 993
St. Cloud, MN 56302

612/253-4841

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  Minnesota International Counseling Institute [MICI]   

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  Minnesota Psychiatric Society   

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Minnesota Psychiatric Society
4707 Highway 61, #232
St Paul, MN 55110

651/407-1873
651/407-1754 fax

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Minnesota Psychiatric Society is a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association representing psychiatrists in Minnesota.

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  Minnesota Psychological Association   

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Minnesota Psychological Association
1000 Westgate Drive
Suite 252
St Paul, MN 55114-1067

651/203-7249
651/290-2266 fax

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  Minuchin Center for the Family [MCF]   

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The Minuchin Center for the Family
114 East 32-nd Street
Suite 406
New York, NY 10016

212/481-3144
212/481-5395 fax

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  MISS Foundation   

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MISS Foundation
PO Box 5333
Peoria, AZ 85385-5333

623/979-1000
623-/979-1001 fax

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The MISS Foundation is a nonprofit international organization committed to helping grieving families after the death of a child. With 75 chapters around the world, this grassroots organization provides immediate and ongoing, culturally competent support; public, academic, and professional education opportunities; legislative mobilization and advocacy; and multidisciplinary services.

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  Mississippi Alliance for the Mentally Ill [AMI]   


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Mississippi AMI
5135 Galaxie Drive
Suite 302
Jackson, MS 39206

800/357-0388
601/981-4491
601/982-4059 fax

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  Mississippi Department of Mental Health   

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  Mississippi Psychological Association   

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Mississippi Psychological Association
5260 Cedar Park Drive
Suite 1-A
PO Box 16826
Jackson, MS 39236

601/366-3105
601/366-2868 fax

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  Mississippi State Medical Association   

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Mississippi State Medical Association
PO Box 2548
Ridgeland, MS 39158-2548

800/898-0251
601/853-6733

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  Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis [MOABA]   

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Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis
PO Box 240036
Ballwin, MO 63024

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The Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis [MOABA] is a membership organization that accepts professional, nonprofessional and student members with interest in behavior analysis.

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  Missouri Coalition of Alliances for the Mentally Ill [MOCAMI]   

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Missouri Coalition of AMI
230 West Dunklin Street
Room 204
Jefferson City, MO 65101-3260

800/374-2138
573/634-7727
573/761-5636 fax

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The Missouri Coalition of Alliances for the Mentally Ill [MOCAMI] is a family organization for persons with brain disorders. It has 15 active chapters throughout Missouri.

For information about a chapter in:

The chapters and MOCAMI offer a wide range of services, from Helplines, Journey of Hope Family Education Classes, family and patient support groups, educational forums, speaker's bureau, public and professional education, fighting discrimination, and up to date information about legislation affecting the lives of persons with mental illness.

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  Missouri Department of Mental Health   

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  Missouri Group Psychotherapy Society   


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Missouri Group Psychotherapy Society
c/o Carol Lark, PhD, CGP, President
946 Newport Avenue
St Louis, MO 63119

314/644-7171

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  Miissouri Group Psychotherapy Society   


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Missouri Group Psychotherapy Society
Ann Elise Parkhurst, PhD, President
4943 South Wellington Drive
Springfield, MO

417/823-3414
417/831-6839 fax

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The Miissouri Group Psychotherapy Society is a local afflilate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association [AGPA].

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  Missouri Hospital Association, Educational and Research Trust   


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Educational and Research Trust of the Missouri Hospital Association
PO Box 60
Jefferson City, MO 65102-0060

573/893-3700 ext 1317
573/893-2809 fax

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  Missouri Psychological Association [MOPA]   

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Missouri Psychological Association
1320 East Kingsley
Suite A
PO Box 4083
Springfield, MO 65808-4083

314/259-1076
314/256-9232 fax

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  Missouri School Social Work Association   

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  Missouri State Medical Association   

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  Missouri Telehealth Network   

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Missouri Telehealth Network

573/884-7958

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  John Mitchell & Associates   

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John Mitchell & Associates
Pyrmont, New South Wales 2009
Australia

+61/2/96600255
+61/2/96600277

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John Mitchell & Associates is an Australian company providing services in telemedicine, videoconferencing and open learning to health care, educational, corporate and government clients.

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