International Association for Forensic Psychotherapy (IAFP)
1991-06 Leuven Belgium
Jun 1991, Leuven (Belgium), by members of European Symposium, during 17th International Congress on Law and Mental Health.
Initiate and promote psychodynamic psychotherapy with offender patients; promote scientific research into causes and prevention of crime; establish observation centres and clinics for diagnosis and treatment of delinquency and crime; co-ordinate and consolidate existing scientific work; secure cooperation between all bodies engaged in similar work; assist and advise the judiciary, hospitals and governmental departments; promote educational and training facilities; promote discussion within and educate public.
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