World Association for Social Psychiatry (WASP)
Association mondiale de psychiatrie sociale
1964 London UK
1964, London (UK), by Joshua Bierer, as International Association for Social Psychiatry. Reorganized in 1970. Present name adopted 1978. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code and domiciled in Zurich (Switzerland).
Study the nature of man and his cultures and the prevention and treatment of his vicissitudes and behaviour disorders; advance the physical, social and philosophical wellbeing of mankind.
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