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  Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis   

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Contact:
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Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis
247 East 82nd Street
New York NY 10028

212/879-6900
212/879-0588 fax

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The Arnold Pfeffer Center for Neuro-Psychoanalysis is part of the New York Psychoanalytic Society & Institute. The Neuro-Psychoanalysis Program grew out of the activities of the Psychoanalysis-Neuroscience Study Group, which was founded in 1990. Presentations on topics of interdisciplinary interest are made by leading neuroscientists, followed by discussion.

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  Pfizer, Inc   

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Pfizer Inc
235 East 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017

212/733-2323


About:


Pfizer, founded in 1849, is a pharmaceutical manufacturing corporation.

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  Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society [PAGPS]   

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Contact:
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Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society
310 East Gowen Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119

215/242-4234

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About:


The Philadelphia Area Group Psychotherapy Society [PAGPS] is an affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association [AGPA].

PAGPS provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, theories, studies, research, information, and experience in group psychotherapy.

Objectives:

  • Promoting public education in group therapy principles and practice
  • Encouraging and promoting the writing and publication of studies and research in group therapy
  • Promoting the establishment of training programs for group psychotherapy
  • Striving to maintain high standards for group psychotherapists
  • Encouraging the use of group psychotherapy
  • Educating the public in the acceptance of group psychotherapy as a recognized therapeutic procedure

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  Philadelphia Center for Organizational Dynamics of the A K Rice Institute [PCOD]   


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Philadelphia Center for Organizational Dynamics
323 Crest Park Road
Philadelphia, PA 19119

215/844-5693

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  Philadelphia Center for Psychoanalytic Education   


Contact:


Philadelphia Center for Psychoanalytic Education

610/667-8708

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  Philadelphia Center for Social Therapy   

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Philadelphia Center for Social Therapy
600 North 16-th Street, #A
Philadelphia, PA 19130

215/232-3447

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The Philadelphia Center for Social Therapy is a counseling and training facility located in center city Philadelphia. The Philly Center provides both therapeutic services to adults and families with a wide range of emotional complaints and offers training in the performatory short-term approach called social therapy. Central to our mission is the belief that ongoing (or reinitiated) human development is necessary to deal with emotional distress, violence, and the host of other serious problems people confront each day.

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  Philadelphia Lacan Study Group   

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The Philadelphia Lacan Study Group & Seminar has been meeting since 1989. It is an open seminar devoted to the discussion of Lacan's main ideas and their application to broader clinical, social, and cultural issues. It functions by discussions of individual texts and presentations by internationally distinguished guest speakers.

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  Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society [PNS]   

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Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society
c/o Kenneth Goldberg, PsyD, PNS President
Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology
Widener University - Bruce Hall
One University Place
Chester, PA 19013

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The Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society [PNS] originated in 1979 as the Philadelphia Clinical Neuropsychology Group. PNS is composed of individuals interested in brain-behavior relationships. The organization is open to all interested clinicians, researchers, educators, and consumers. PNS promotes professional development by sponsoring annual workshops and serves as a resource in the Delaware Valley for information about neuropsychology.

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  Philadelphia Psychiatric Society [PPS]   

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Philadelphia Psychiatric Society
PO Box 8820
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8820

888/723-2501
717/558-7841 fax

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The Philadelphia Psychiatric Society [PPS] is the voice of organized psychiatry in southeastern Pennsylvania. PPS is a chapter of the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society, which is a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association [APA]. PPS has over 950 psychiatrist members.

Objectives:

  • Advocate for PPP members and their patients
  • Promote access to and implementation of the highest quality in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric disorders - including substance abuse - for patients and their families
  • Sustain, enhance, and promote psychiatric leadership in the provision of mental health services
  • Support the professional development and practice needs of PPP members
  • Meet PPP goals by working in concert with the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society and the American Psychiatric Association [APA]

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  Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists [PSCP]   

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Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists
302 Cottman Street, 2nd Floor
Jenkintown, PA 19046

215/885-2562
215/885-1797 fax

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The Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists [PSCP], founded in 1956, is the primary psychological organization for psychologists engaged in clinical practice in the Greater Philadelphia region.

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  Philippine Psychiatric Association [PPA]   

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Philippine Psychiatric Association
Unit 1007 10th Floor, Medical Plaza Condominium
San Miguel Avenue
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Philippines

+63/2/635-9858

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About:


The non-profit Philippine Psychiatric Association [PPA] was founded in 1972.

There are over 400 members.

Objectives:

  • Promote and maintain a high standard and ethical practice of Psychiatry
  • Represent the professional interests of practitioners of Psychiatry in the Philippines
  • Define the scope of Psychiatry and its relations with various fields of medicine and other related sciences
  • Help develop and promote advancement of psychiatrists through continuing education and interchange of ideas, knowledge, and experiences
  • Assist in the establishment, standardization, evaluation, and accreditation of residency-training programs in Psychiatry
  • Assist in the development of curricula in the teaching of Psychiatry in the medical schools in the Philippines
  • Assist in the establishment and development of programs of treatment for psychiatric disorders in hospitals and clinics in the Philippines
  • Encourage the development of research activities in Psychiatry in the Philippines
  • Determine periodically the manpower needs for Psychiatry in the Philippines and assist in filling up these needs
  • Provide for a continuing consultancy in the community on Psychiatric matters and on other matters related Psychiatry
  • Lead in the advocacy for the promotion of mental health and the protection of the rights of the mentally ill through legislation and other institutional mechanism

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  Phillips Graduate Institute [PGI], Professional Advancement & Continuing Education [PACE]   

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Contact:


PACE at Phillips Graduate Institute
5445 Balboa Boulevard
Encino, CA 91316-1509

800/815-7223


About:


Founded in 1971, the Phillips Graduate Institute was formerly the California Family Study Center. It offers accredited graduate programs in Marriage and Family Therapy and Child counseling.

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  Philopsychy Society   

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The Philopsychy Society

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Discussion topics may cover the whole range of issues relating to the theory or practice of "soul-loving" ("philopsychy"), including:
  • the interface between philosophy and psychology
  • appropriate issues from the discipline of philosophy
  • appropriate issues from the discipline of psychology
  • appropriate issues from any other area of academia (or life in general)
For a description of what constitutes an "appropriate" issue, see the description of the Society's founding principles.

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  Phobics Anonymous   


Contact:


Phobics Anonymous
PO Box 1180
Palm Springs, CA 92263

619/322-2673

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  Phoenix House   

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Phoenix House
Jack R Aron Center
164 West 74th Street
New York, NY 10023

212/595-5810

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Phoenix House is a non-profit substance abuse service organization, providing treatment for more than 5,000 adults and adolescents. A pioneer in the development of modern drug abuse treatment, Phoenix House was among the first to adopt self-help methods that make the individual the focus of treatment and address the underlying causes of drug abuse. Phoenix House has treated more than 75,000 people since its creation in 1967.

Phoenix House has also conducted research documenting the effectiveness of drug-free therapy and has trained clinicians responsible for drug treatment and intervention programs across the United States.

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  The Phoenix Institute   

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The Phoenix Institute, Ltd
445 East Ohio
Suite 410
Chicago, IL 60611

312/661-1600 ext 110
312/527-0450 fax

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About:


The Phoenix Institute's specialties include trauma disorders, loss and grief, and relational problems. Our staff includes social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists who in addition to being clinicians are teachers and researchers in the field of traumatology. The Institute was founded in 1992.

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  Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy   

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Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy
PO Box 819
Housatonic MA 01236

800/288-9642
413/274-3515

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  Physicians Academy for Clinical and Management Excellence   

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Physicians Academy for Clinical and Management
Excellence
60 East 42nd Street
Suite 1022
New York, NY 10165

212-897-4900
212/897-4901 fax

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The Physicians Academy for Clinical and Management Excellence provides continuing medical education.

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  Physicians for Human Rights   

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Physicians for Human Rights
100 Boylston Street
Suite 702
Boston, MA 02116

617/695-0041
617/695-0307 fax

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  Physician Health Program of British Columbia   

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Physician Health Program of British Columbia
1125 Howe Street
Suite 980
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K8

800/663-6729
604/742-0747
604/742-0744 fax

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About:


The Physician Health Program of British Columbia offers 'round-the-clock help to Britich Columbia doctors and their families for a wide range of personal and professional problems: physical, psychological and social.

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  Physical Medicine Research Foundation   


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Conference Secretariat
Physical Medicine Research Foundation
207 West Hastings Street, Suite 510
Vancouver, BC V6B 1H7
Canada

604/684-4148
604/684-6247 fax

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  Physicians Postgraduate Press, CME Institute   

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Contact:


Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc
CME Department
PO Box 240008
Memphis, TN 38124

800/489-1001 ext 8


About:


The CME Institute of the Physicians Postgraduate Press develops professional programs and tracks their outcome in physician behavioral change.

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  Physicians for Social Responsibility [PSR]   

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Physicians for Social Responsibility
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 1012
Washington, DC 20009

202/667-4260
202/667-4201 fax

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Founded in 1961, Physicians for Social Responsibility [PSR] is a public policy organization with 24,000 members representing the medical and public health professions and concerned citizens, working together for nuclear disarmament, a healthful environment, and an end to the epidemic of gun violence.

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  Physicians for a Violence-Free Society   


Contact:


JoAnn Dwyer
Physicians for a Violence-Free Society
PO Box 35528
Dallas, TX 75235-0528

214/590-8807
214/590-4079

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  Jean Piaget Society [JPS], Society for the Study of Knowledge and Development   

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Contact:


Jean Piaget Society
Educational Psychology
University of Toledo
Toledo, OH 43606-3390


About:


The Jean Piaget Society [JPS], established in 1970, has an international, interdisciplinary membership of scholars, teachers and researchers interested in exploring the nature of the developmental construction of human knowledge. The Society was named in honor of the Swiss developmentalist, Jean Piaget, who made major theoretical and empirical contributions to our understanding of the origins and evolution of knowledge.

The Society's aim is to provide an open forum, through symposia, books, and other publications, for the presentation and discussion of scholarly work on issues related to human knowledge and its development. The Society further encourages the application of advances in the understanding of development to education and other domains.

The official publication of the JPS is Cognitive Development.

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  PictureTel   

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Contact:


PictureTel Corporation
100 Minuteman Road
Andover, MA 01810

800/716-6000
978/292-5000


About:


PictureTel is known for video conferencing solutions.

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  Pines Residential Treatment Center   


Contact:


Pines Residential Treatment Center
825 Crawford Parkway
Portsmouth, VA 23704

757/398-0520
757/398-0525 fax

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  Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)   

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Contact:


Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung
Lentzeallee 94
14195 Berlin
Germany

+49/30/8 24 06-0
+49/30/8 24 99 39 fax


About:


The Max-Planck-Gessellschaft [MPG] is an umbrella organization of research institutes, of which the Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung (Institute for Human Development) is part. The institutes are well-endowed and aim to provide eminent authorities in their field with full scientific autonomy in choosing their areas of research and conducting their research projects. Emphasis is placed on newly developing areas that either cannot yet be integrated into the usual university system or require an organizational structure that, at least in the initial, developmental stages of a new project, appear unsuited for inclusion.

Founded in 1963, the Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung is a multidisciplinary research institute dedicated to the study of human development and education, and their evolutionary, social, historical, and institutional contexts. Considering human development and education from a life-span and life-course perspective is another facet of the Institute's research agenda.

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  Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik   

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Max-Planck-Institut für biologische Kybernetik
Spemannstraße 38
D-72076 Tübingen
Germany

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  Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie   

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Contact:


Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie
Kräpelinstraße 2-10
80804 München
Germany

+45/89/30622-220
+45/89/30622-221
+45/89/30622-483 fax


About:


The Max-Planck-Gessellschaft [MPG] is an umbrella organization of research institutes, of which the Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie (Institute for Psychiatry) is part. The institutes are well-endowed and aim to provide eminent authorities in their field with full scientific autonomy in choosing their areas of research and conducting their research projects. Emphasis is placed on newly developing areas that either cannot yet be integrated into the usual university system or require an organizational structure that, at least in the initial, developmental stages of a new project, appear unsuited for inclusion.

Unlike other institutes within the MPG, the Institute for Psychiatry has undertaken to provide hospital care for certain patients with psychiatric and neurological disorders from all over the country in its hospital and outpatient facilities.

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  Planned Parenthood Federation of America   

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Planned Parenthood Federation of America
1108 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036

202/973-4800
212/541-7800
202/296-3242 fax
212/245-184 fax


About:


Planned Parenthood Federation of America, founded in 1917, is a non-profit, voluntary reproductive health care organization.

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  Play Therapy International   


Contact:


Play Therapy International
11E - 900 Greenbank Road
Suite 527
Nepean, Ontario K2J 4P6
Canada

613/634-3125

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  Plymouth Community Services Trust   


Contact:


Plymouth Community Services Trust
Scott Hospital
Beacon Park Road
Plymouth PL2 2PQ
United Kingdom

+44/1752/550741

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  Point to Point Telemedicine   

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Point to Point Telemedicine
4460 West Hacienda Avenue
Suite #1
Las Vegas, NV 89118

702/889-8234
702/889-8237 fax


About:


Point to Point Telemedicine offers "total telemedicine solutions": telemedicine medical carts, associated medical products, data, voice and video networks, critical care networks and systems, neonatal ambulance/host systems, data warehousing and management systems and event monitoring services.

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  Points of Light Foundation   

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Points of Light Foundation
c/o Disaster Preparedness Program
1400 Eye Street NW
Suite 800
Washington DC 20005-2208

202/729-8161
202/729-8103 fax
Ahall@PointsofLight.org

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The Points of Light Foundation supports a national network of 480 Volunteer Centers across the country. In local communities, Volunteer Centers provide a variety of services, one of which is matching both individuals and groups with human service agencies in need of volunteers. The Points of Light Foundation believes that the services of unaffiliated volunteers during disaster response can be most effectively directed by local Volunteer Centers. Local, regional, state, and national disaster response would be significantly enhanced by Volunteer Centers becoming full partners in these efforts.

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  Polish Milton H Erickson Institute   


Contact:


Polish Milton H Erickson Institute
ul. Wioslarska 27
94-036 Lodz
Poland

+48/42/884860
+48/42/884860 fax

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  Polskie Towarzystwo Psychiatryczne (Polish Psychiatric Association)   

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Polskie Towarzystwo Psychiatryczne
ul. Sobieskiego 9
02-957 Warszawa
Poland

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  Polskie Stowarzyszenie Pomocy Osobom z Chorobą Alzheimera, (Polish Alzheimer's Association)   

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Polskie Stowarzyszenie Pomocy Osobom z Chorobą Alzheimera
ulica Hoża 54/1
00-682 Warszawa
Poland

+48/22/622 11 22
+48/22/622 11 22 fax

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  Polskie Towarzystwo Psychologiczne, (Polish Psychological Association)   

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Polskie Towarzystwo Psychologiczne
ul Sobieskiego 9
02-957 Warszawa
Poland

+48/22/31 13 68
+48/22/31 13 68 fax

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  Polsko Francuskie Towarzystwo-Psychiatryczne, (Association Franco-Polonaise de Psychiatrie)   


Contact:


Polsko Francuskie Towarzystwo-Psychiatryczne
Jean-Yves Cozic, Secrétaire Grénréral adjoint
147 rue Saint-Martin
75003 Paris
France

+33/1/42 71 41 11
+33/1/42 71 36 60 fax

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  Ponce School of Medicine   

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Ponce School of Medicine
Urb. Industrial Reparada
Ana Dolores Perez Marchand Street Lot # 2
PO Box 7004
Ponce, PR 00732-7004

787/840-2575

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About:


The freestanding Ponce School of Medicine was founded in 1980.

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  Portland Community College   


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Portland Community College
1626 SE Water Ave
Portland, OR 97229

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  Portland Creative Conference   

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  Portland State University Regional Research Institute, Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health   

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Research and Training Center
1600 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 900
PO Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751

503/725-4040
503/725-4180 fax

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The Research and Training Center on Family Support and Children's Mental Health, established in 1984, focuses on improving services to families whose children have mental, emotional or behavioral disorders through a set of related research and training programs.

It offers:

  • Research and training focused on family support issues, family/professional collaboration, and diverse cultural groups
  • Annual research conference on family support issues
  • Information on publications and events through an electronic bulletin board

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  Portland University, Engineering Management Program   

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Portland State University
Engineering Management Program
Portland, OR 97207-0751

503/725-3525
503/735-4667 fax

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  Portuguese Group of Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry and Psychosomatics, (Grupo Portuguêum;s de Psiquiatria Consiliar/Ligação e Psicossomática)   

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Guimarães Lopes

-or-

Serafim Carvalho
Hospital do Conde de Ferreira
4200 Porto
Portugal

+351/2/527018 fax

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  Positive Life Changes   

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  Possibilities   

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Possibilities
551 Cordova Road
Suite 715
Santa Fe, NM 87501

505/983-2843
505/983-2761 fax

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  Postgraduate Center for Mental Health [PCMH]   

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The Postgraduate Center for Mental Health
138 East 26-th Street, 5-th Floor
New York, NY 10010

212/889-5500


About:


Postgraduate Center for Mental Health [PCMH] is one of the region’s largest integrated, multi-service mental health and housing agencies, providing professional training as well as programs that address the mental health and social service needs of the citizens of New York. Each year PCMH serves nearly 4,000 clients from a wide range of social,economic and cultural backgrounds. Services include outpatient clinic programs, continuing day treatment, intensive psychiatric rehabilitation, case management services, a full complement of employment services, a large residential services division, and an assertive community treatment [ACT] team.

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  Postgraduate Institute for Medicine [PIM]   

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Postgraduate Institute for Medicine
304 Inverness Way South
Suite 100
Englewood, CO 80112

303/799-1930
303/858-8848 fax

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The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine [PIM] provides accredited continuing professional education. It was founded in 1979.

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  Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society   


Contact:


Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society
Box 1259
Murray Hill Station
New York, NY 10156

212/251-1353


About:


The society was founded in 1980 by graduates of the Psychoanalytic Institute of The Postgraduate Center for Mental Health. The society supports ongoing study and development in the field. Licensed social workers, psychologists and psychiatrists who have graduated from psychoanalytic institutes are welcome to apply for membership.

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  Postpartum Health Alliance [PHA]   

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Contact:
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Postpartum Health Alliance
PO Box 503396
San Diego, CA 92150

619/685-7458

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The Postpartum Health Alliance [PHA] is a non-profit, statewide membership alliance of professionals and individuals working in local California communities with the purpose of promoting the emotional and physical well-being of parents and their children after childbirth.

Objectives:

  • Increase the awareness of postpartum adjustment difficulties
  • Improve the availability of resources
  • Provide information, support, and referrals to the public
  • Offer education and training to professionals

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