International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection (ISIPAR)
Founded 4 Jun 2006, when initial constitution was ratified by participants at first International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection, Istanbul (Turkey). Current revision ratified, 23 Jul 2007 and 5 Jul 2008. Registered in the State of Connecticut (USA).
Support and encourage research and practice related to issues of interpersonal acceptance and rejection, including but not limited to parental, peer, intimate adult relationships and other attachment relationships throughout the lifespan.
Events2022-06-15 | Geneva, NY USA – Biennial International Congress
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