International Association of Spiritual Psychiatry (IASP)
Association internationale de psychiatrie spirituelle (AIPS)
Mar 1994, Lyon (France), at first conference. Also referred to as International Association of Psychiatry and Psycho-Spiritual Medicine -- Association internationale de psychiatrie et médecine psycho-spirituelle. Registered in accordance with French law. Ceased to exist, Dec 2002.
Integrate the spiritual dimension in medicine, psychology and psychiatry.Available with paid subscription only.
Annual and other conferences; evening meetings (in Paris).
English, French, Hebrew.
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Members in 16 countries
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