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  ValueOptions   

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ValueOptions
3110 Fairview Park Drive
Falls Church, VA 22042

800/236-4648
757/459-5219 fax

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ValueOptions is one of the nations' largest managed behavioral health care companies serving over 22 million people through publicly funded, federal, and commercial contracts

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  Varieties of Dissociation   

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  VASK   


Contact:


VASK
Berne
Postfach 140
CH-3084 Wabern
Switzerland

031.3113337


About:


1,000 members in 6 groups for relatives of people with schizophrenia and interested professionals.

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  Venezuelan Psychiatric Society   


Contact:


Venezuelan Psychiatric Society
c/o Dr Edgard Belfort G, President
Colegio de Medicos del Estado Mirand
Avenida el Golf
Urbanizacion el Bosque, Quinta 76
Apdo 3380
Caracas 1010-A
Venezuela

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  Verband lesbischer Psychologinnen und schwuler Psychologen [VLSP], (Association of Lesbian and Gay Psychologists)   

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Verband lesbischer Psychologinnen und schwuler Psychologen
c/o Vertriebsbüro
Merseburger Straß 4
10823 Berlin

+49/30/78 00 63 34
+49/30/78 71 17 53 fax

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The non-profit Verband lesbischer Psychologinnen und schwuler Psychologen [VLSP] was established in 1993.

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  Vereinigung Analytischer Kinder- und Jugendlichen-Psychotherapeuten in Deutschland [VAKJP], (German Analytic Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists Association)   

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Contact:
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VAKJP
Bundesgeschäftsstelle
Kurfüprstendamm 72
D-10709 Berlin
GERMANY

(030) 32 79 62 60
(030) 32 79 62 66

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Objectives:
  • Promotion of advanced technical training, such as through the Annual Convention
  • Advocacy for public policy
  • Assurance of a suitable professional working conditions
  • Liaison with related professional organizations

Event
List:

  1. 24-th Konferenz für wissenschaftlichen Austausch (KwA): "Weiterentwicklungen und neue Erfahrungen in der psychoanalytischen Behandlung von Säuglingen, Kleinkindern und ihren Eltern" Frankfurt am Main, Hessen, Germany: February 24, 2018
  2. 65-th Jahrestagung: "Verborgene Welten—Psychoanalytische Begegnungen mit autistischen Kindern und Jugendlichen" Berlin, Berlin, Germany: April 29-May 1, 2018

Event
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Event
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Deadline for abstracts or proposals: 9/25/2017.

Event Contact:
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Helene Timmermann


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  Vereniging voor Gedragstherapie en Cognitieve Therapie   

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Vereniging voor Gedragstherapie en Cognitieve Therapie
Lunettenbaan 57
3524 GA Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS

030-2543054

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Event
List:

  1. Congres: "Netwerken" Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands: November 8-10, 2017

Event
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Congres
"Netwerken"

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November 8-10, 2017

Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands

Sponsored by: Vereniging voor Gedragstherapie en Cognitieve Therapie


Netwerken is hot. Niet alleen tijdens borrels maar ook als het gaat over de netwerken van symptomen van onze cliŽnten. Hoe werken die symptomen op elkaar in en hoe kunnen we deze het beste behandelen? Weg met de hokjes van de DSM, netwerken zullen we! Of is dat te kort door de bocht? Met netwerken bedoelen we ook de systemen van onze cliŽnten. Hoe worden partners, kinderen en andere naasten betrokken bij de behandeling? Is hier misschien nog een slag te maken?

Keynotes:

  • The Use of Couple-based Interventions to Treat Adult Psychopathology: Empirical Findings and Future Directions
    • Donald Baucom
  • Netwerkbenaderingen van psychopathologie
    • Denny Borsboom
  • Herstellen van onzichtbare netwerken: Attachment-Based Family Therapy in de behandeling van depressieve en suÔcidale adolescenten
    • Guy Bosmans
  • Het ontbrekende netwerk tussen de klinische praktijk, het onderzoeksveld en de psychologenopleidingen
    • Patricia van Oppen


Event Contact:
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VGCt-bureau
Lunettenbaan 57
3524 GA Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS

+31/30/254 3054


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  Vereniging voor Kinder- en Jeugdpsychotherapie, (Association of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy)   

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Vereniging voor Kinder-en Jeugdpsychotherapie
Maliebaan 87
3581 CG Utrecht
THE NETHERLANDS

+31/30/2965348

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  1. Themamiddag Seksualiteit binnen de kinder- en jeugdpsychotherapie Driebergen, Utrecht, The Netherlands: November 24, 2017

Event
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Detail:

Themamiddag Seksualiteit binnen de kinder- en jeugdpsychotherapie
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November 24, 2017

Driebergen, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Event sponsored by: Vereniging voor Kinder- en Jeugdpsychotherapie, (Association of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy)


Seksualiteit heeft als gespreksthema altijd wisselende nadruk gehad in de hulpverlening. Soms werd het expliciet aan de orde gesteld omdat de therapeut dat van belang vond, maar soms lag de nadruk er helemaal niet op, tenzij de cliŽnten er expliciet aandacht voor opeisten.

Presenters:

  • Over hoe het thema seksualiteit in de behandeling van de adolescent kan worden besproken
    • Marianne Emmelkamp
  • Over behandeling van adolescenten na seksueel misbruik
    • Iva Bicanic
  • Over de invloed van social media, sexting, grooming en de gevolgen daarvan
    • Rik Knipschild


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  Vereniging voor Klinische Psychotherapie, (Association for Clinical Psychotherapy)   

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  Vereniging voor Korte Dynamische Psychotherapie [VKDP], (Association for Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy)   

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Contact:
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Vereniging voor Korte Dynamische Psychotherapie
Bloemgracht 90-92
1015 TM Amsterdam
The Netherlands

+31/20/622 19 73
+31/20/620 22 4 fax

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  Vereniging voor Organisatie-, Consumenten- en Arbeidspsychologen [VOCAP], Flemish Association for Organisation, Consumer and Workpsychology   

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  Vermont Division of Mental Health   

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  Vermont Psychological Association   

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Contact:
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Vermont Psychological Association
PO Box 1017
Montpelier, VT 05601-1017

802/229-5447

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  Veterans Administration   

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  Victims Referral and Assistance Service [VRAS]   


Contact:
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Victims Referral and Assistance Service
Level 5
235 Queens Street
Melbourne 3000
Australia

03) 9603 9700
Fax (03) 9603 9777

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About:


The Victims Referral and Assistance Service [VRAS] is the central point to help victims of crime, and others affected by crime in Victoria, Australia.

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  Victoria Life Enrichment Society   

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Contact:
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Victoria Life Enrichment Society
403-4680 Elk Lake Drive
Victoria, BC V8Z 5M1
Canada

250/381-4343
604/383-2055 fax

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About:


VLES is a private, non-profit charitable organization established in 1975. The Society offers intensive residential treatment and educational services for people interested in lifestyle changes.

All services are based on the assumption that we, as human beings, have the capacity to make choices. As a consequence we can take personal responsibility for effecting lifestyle changes. Freedom, from the VLES point of view, is about making choices in order to give life the direction we want it to have, despite the limitations or hardships we may encounter. Health is about establishing a life direction that is good for us. VLES defines health as "Doing the best you can with what you have." At VLES we believe that people who are interested in making lifestyle changes will benefit from close examination of how they live and the alternatives available to them. VLES will run workshops at various locations on request.

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  Victorian Association of Psychotherapists [VAP]   

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Contact:
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Victorian Association of Psychotherapists, Inc
195 Drummond Street
Carlton Vic 3053
Australia

+61/3/9662 3165
+61/3/9639 3363 fax

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About:


The Victorian Association of Psychotherapists [VAP] comprises members from a variety of relevant professions who have acquired further specialized training and experience in applying psychodynamic principles in psychotherapy.

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  Victorian Foundation for the Survivors of Torture   

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The Victorian Foundation for the Survivors of Torture, Inc
House 23
35 Poplar Road, Royal Park
PO Box 96
Parkville, Vic 3052
Australia

+61/3/9388 0022
+61/3/9387 0828 fax

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About:


The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture was established in 1987 to meet the needs of people in Victoria tortured or traumatised in their countries of origin, in other countries, or whilst fleeing those country's. It is non-denominational, politically neutral and non-aligned, and non-profit.

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  Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council [VMIAC]   

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Contact:


Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council
23 Weston Street
Brunswick, VIC 3056
Australia

+61/3/9387-8317
+61/3/9388-1445 fax


About:


The Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council, based in Melbourne, Australia, is a consumer/survivor-run advocacy organisation for people with mental health problems. Its membership includes both consumer/survivor groups and individuals who have experienced difficulties with their mental and/or emotional health.

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  Victorian Transcultural Psychiatry Unit [VTPU]   

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Victorian Transcultural Psychiatry Unit
Level 2, Bolte Wing
St Vincent's Hospital
Nicholson Street
Fitzroy 3065 Vic
Australia

+61/3/9417-4300
+61/3/9416-0265 fax

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About:


The Victorian Transcultural Psychiatry Unit [VTPU] is a statewide unit which supports area mental health and psychiatric disability support services in working with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) consumers and carers throughout Victoria. It was established within the Office of Psychiatric Services, State Government of Victoria in 1989.

The VTPU is recognised within Australia as one of the leading research units investigating immigration, ethnicity and mental illness. Much of its work involves primary data gathering through surveys and interviews, although it also undertakes secondary analysis of national and state data sets. Extensively published in peer-reviewed academic journals and extensively cited, the unit also publishes its own books. The unit also serves in an advisory capacity for those undertaking research in the field of transcultural mental health.

VTPU staff currently lecture to nurses, medical students and psychiatric trainees. In addition, the VTPU runs a post-graduate diploma in Transcultural Mental Health through the University of Melbourne. The VTPU contributes to the in-service education of state psychiatric inpatient units, community mental health centres, non-Government organisations and ethno-specific community groups and agencies.

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  Vidya Prasarak Mandal, K G Joshi amd N G Bedekar College of Arts and Commerce   

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Vidya Prasarak Mandal's Joshi-Bedekar College of Arts and Commerce
Chendani Bunder Road
Thane 400 601 (MS)
India

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About:


K G Joshi College of Arts, founded in 1969, is one of the schools in Vidya Prasarak Mandal.

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  Vietnam Psychopedagogical Association   


Contact:


Vietnam Psychopedagogical Association
101 Tran Hung Dao Street
Hanoi
Vietnam

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  Villanova University, College of Nursing   

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Villanova University College of Nursing
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085-1690

610/519-4900

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About:


The College of Nursing is a tangible expression of Villanova University's mission, tradition, and commitment to human service. As a major school of nursing under Catholic auspices, it carries responsibility for the education of nurses within the framework of Christian beliefs and values and the heritage of the Order of St. Augustine.

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  Vilnius University Psychology Students' Association [VUPSA]   


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Vilnius University Psychology Students' Association
Department of Psychology
Vilnius University
Didlaukio 47
2057 Vilnius
Lithuania

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  Viltis, Lithuanian Welfare Society for Persons with Mental Disability   


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Viltis
A/D 2690
LT-2009 Vilnius
Litauen

370/2/615223
370/2/610820 fax

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About:


The "Viltis" society unites over 3200 families in 41 regional branches.

Formed in 1989, its aims have been:

  • To defend human rights of persons with mental disability
  • To unite Lithuanian families of people with mental disability, their carers and supporters, helping them to get integrated into the society
  • To promote and support social, medical and environmental prevention and early detection of mental disability and to ensure proper treatment, education, social rehabilitation and integration for the mentally disabled people
  • To lobby governmental structures and institutions and seek participation in the decision making on all levels of power, to ensure proper opportunities for personal development, education, employment, care, living and recreation for the mentally disabled
  • To enable and encourage people with mental disability to participate in decisions affecting any area of their lives
  • To raise public awareness about people with mental disability
  • To educate member families about different aspects of disability
  • To seek and maintain co-operation with disability-related organisations and institutions both in Lithuania and abroad.
  • To co-operate with educational institutions training specialists for work with mentally disabled people

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  Vindico Medical Education   


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Vindico Medical Education
6900 Grove Road, Building 100
Thorofare, NJ 08086

877/307-5225 ext 504.

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Vindico Medical Education

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  Violence in the Family   

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  Violence Institute of New Jersey [VINJ]   

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Contact:


The Violence Institute of New Jersey
151 Centennial Avenue
Suite 1400
Piscataway, NJ 08854

732/235-5955
732/235-5828 fax


About:


The Violence Institute of New Jersey [VINJ] at Rutgers was established in 1997 as a multi-pronged organizational resource to assist New Jersey in addressing the unacceptably high rates of violence statewide. The Institute helps to coordinate over 45 violence-related initiatives, including clinical, service, and basic and applied research projects. In addition the Institute pursues its own research, service, educational, and advocacy projects.

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  Virgin Islands Department of Health   

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  Virginia Alliance for the Mentally Ill [AMI]   

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Contact:
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Virginia AMI
PO Box 1903
Richmond, VA 23215-1903

800/484-7753
804/225-8264
804/643-3632 fax

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The Virginia Alliance for the Mentally Ill [VAMI] is a statewide self-help, support and advocacy organization for the families and friends of individuals with serious mental illnesses. VAMI is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people touched by serious and persistent mental illnesses. VAMI is the state office for the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) , which is a nationwide family-based movement that is responsible for facilitating major changes in the mental health system over the past decade. VAMI has 26 affiliates across the state consisting of volunteer families, consumers and friends providing support, education and advocacy at local levels. The Alliance is known for advocating on behalf of the most severely disabled among the mentally ill.

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  Virginia Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors [VAADAC]   

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The Virginia Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors [VAADAC], an affiliate of the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors, works for the promotion and advancement of the profession of Alcoholism and Drug Counseling through a Professional Code of Ethics, and the adoption of standards of competence which will insure the highest quality of counseling treatment to help persons who have problems related to the use of substances

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  Virginia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy [VAMFT]   

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Contact:
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Virginia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
c/o DBA
1001 East Broad Street
Suite 225
Richmond, VA 23219

804/643-5554
804/643-5927 fax

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The Virginia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy [VAMFT] is the state division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

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  Virginia Association for Play Therapy [VAPT]   

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Contact:
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Virginia Association for Play Therapy
c/o Anne Stewart, PhD

540/568-6601
540/568-3322 fax

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  Virginia Commonwealth University, Commonwealth Institute for Child and Family Studies   


Contact:


Commonwealth Institute for Child and Family Studies
Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
Department of Psychiatry
PO Box 980710
Richmond, VA 23286-0440

804/828-9157


About:


The Commonwealth Institute for Child and Family Studies is funded by the State of Virginia. It
  • Provides training and mentoring opporutniies for prychiatry residents and fellows
  • Conducts state-of-the-art research on children with disabilities and their families
  • Publishes research findings through international journals and books
  • Sponsors the annual international Virginia Beach Conference on Children and Adolescents with Emotional, Behavioral, and Developmental Disorders
  • Sponsors a professional continuing education series including workshops and forums
  • Provides training and technical assistance to agencies and communities across the state to develop innovative, individualized programs through consultation and group training
  • Conducts program evaluations of public and private agencies assists investigators from various agencies in planning and conducting original research
  • Conducts the latest drug therapy research in the Pediatric Psychopharmacology Unit

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  Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Psychiatry   

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Contact:


Medical College of Virginia Hospitals
Department of Psychiatry
PO Box 980710
Richmond, VA 23286-0440

804/828-9157

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  Virginia Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services [DMHMRSAS]   

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Contact:


DMHMRSAS
1220 Bank Street
PO Box 1797
Richmond, VA 23218

800/451-5544
804/786-3921
804/371-8977 TDD
804/371-6638 fax


About:


Virginiaís public mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse services system is comprised of 40 community services boards and 16 state facilities.

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  Virginia Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services   

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  Virginia Ericksonian Institute   


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Virginia Ericksonian Institute
4807 Radford Avenue
Suite 103
Richmond, VA 23230

804/741-8116

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  Virginia Hospital Research & Education Foundation   


Contact:


Virginia Hospital Research & Education Foundation
PO Box 31394
Richmond, VA 23294

804/965-1280
804/965-1353 fax

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  Virginia Psychological Association [VPA]   

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Contact:
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Virginia Psychological Association
118 North Eighth Street
Richmond, VA 23219

804/643-7300
804/643-5615 fax

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About:


Established in 1956, the Virginia Psychological Association [VPA] is an individual professional membership organization dedicated to the advancement of psychology as a science and profession and as a means of promoting human welfare. It is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association [APA].

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  Virginia Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association [VAPRA]   

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Virginia Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association
c/o Justin Sheets

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About:


The mission of the Virginia Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association VAPRA] is to provide leadership in the field of psychiatric rehabilitation for persons living with a serious mental illness by promoting recovery, educating consumers, family members and practitioners, as well as being an advocate for community programs that follow the core principles of psychiatric rehabilitation and who demonstrate effective outcomes.

VAPRA is the Virginia chapter of the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association [USPRA].

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  Virginia Tech, Northern Virginia Center Marriage and Family Therapy   

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Contact:
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Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Department of Human Development
Virginia Tech, Northern Virginia Center
7054 Haycock Road
Falls Church, VA 22043-2311

703/538-8460
703/538-8465 fax

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About:


Virginia Tech's Department of Human Development at the Northern Virginia Center has provided training in Marriage and Family Therapy since 1982.

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  Virginia Tech, Psychology Department   

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Contact:


Virginia Tech Psychology Department
5088 Derring Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0436

540/231-6581
540/231-3652 fax

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  Virtual Reality Medical Institute [VRMI]   

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Virtual Reality Medical Institute
Rue de la Loi 28/ 7
B-1040 Brussels
Belgium

+32/2/286 8505
+32/2/286 8508 fax

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The Virtual Reality Medical Institute (VRMI) uses advanced technologies such as virtual reality and telehealth to improve the quality and availability of healthcare for people around the globe. The institute develops applications for these technologies to be used in training, therapy, and education.

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  Vista Hill Foundation   


Contact:


Vista Hill Foundation
2355 Northside Drive
Third Floor
San Diego CA 92108

619/563-1770


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A multi-facility, not-for-profit corporation specializing in mental health care.

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  Visiting Nurses Associations of America [VNAA]   

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Contact:


Visiting Nurses Associations of America
11 Beacon Street
Suite 910
Boston, MA 02108

617/523-4042
617/227-4843 fax

800/426-2547 referral hotline


About:


The Visiting Nurses Associations of America [VNAA] was established in 1983 as the official, national association of freestanding, not-for-profit, community based visiting nurse agencies. There are 200 member Visiting Nurse Agencies [VNAs] at 513 locations in 50 states.

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  Vlaamse Vereniging voor Gedragstherapie [VVGT], (Flemish Association of Behaviour Therapy)   

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Vlaamse Vereniging voor Gedragstherapie
Tiensevest 40
3000 Leuven
Belgium

016- 204266

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The Vlaamse Vereniging voor Gedragstherapie [VVGT] is a member of the European Association of Behaviour and Cognitive Therapy [EABCT] and is affiliated with the American Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy [AABT].

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  Vlaamse Vereniging van Klinisch Psychologen [VVKP], (Flemish Society for Clinical Psychologists)   

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Vlaamse Vereniging van Klinisch Psychologen
Tiensestraat 102
3000 Leuven
Belgium

+32/16/32.60.01
+32/16/32.59.24 fax

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The Vlaamse Vereniging van Klinisch Psychologen [VVKP] is a component of the Belgian Psychology Federation.

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  Vlaamse Vereniging Voor Psychiatrie [VVP], (Flemish Psychiatric Society)   

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Vlaamse Vereniging Voor Psychiatrie
Leuvensesteenweg 517
B-3070 Kortenberg
Belgium

02/758.08.14
02/759.98.78 fax

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  Vlaamse Wetenschappelijke Hypnose vereniging [VHYP]   

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Contact:
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Vlaamse Wetenschappelijke Hypnose vereniging
Dennenlaan 9
2222 Heist-op-den-Berg
Belgium

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  VOICES In Action   


Contact:


VOICES In Action, Inc
R Schuring, Office Coordinator
PO Box 148309
Chicago, IL 60614

312/327-1500

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  VOTA Conference   

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  Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University Brussels), Faculteit voor Psychologie en Opvoedkunde (Department of Psychology and Edicational Sciences)   

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Contact:
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Faculteit voor Psychologie en Opvoedkunde

+32/2/629 25 36
+32/2/629 25 37
+32/2/629 24 89 fax

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  Výbor pro péči o Prix Irene, (Committee for The Care of Prix Irene)   

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Committee for The Care of Prix Irene
Na Dubine 5
Prague 4
147 00, Czech Republic

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About:


The Prix Irene became an independent entity in 2003. The prize is awarded annually to an individual in recognition of activity or work in the field of social life and coexistence, journalism, literature or arts in general, theology or science promoting peace among groups of people that differ from one another and for whom these differences might become the source of non-understanding or aggression. A seminar or conference accompanies bestowing the prize. The Výbor pro péči o Prix Irene was established in 2008 to administer the Prix Irene.

Objectives:

  • Cultivate human relations, particularly relations among the groups of people and to heal traumas caused by organised violence
  • Nurture the acceptance of differences among people including differences among the groups of people
  • In post-traumatic situations to heal the disorder symptoms and to support the post-traumatic development
  • Turn the bad situations into good ones, to strive for the prevention of evil
  • Not to become fascinated by evil but on the contrary to maintain mental health, resistant mind and behaviour based on non-violence principle
  • Avoid mistakes of lay rectifications of the world and to act according to the professional principles

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