24-28 July 2017
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Freudplatz 1 - A-1020 VIENNA - AUTRICHE
NGO since May 2003, the WCP aims to:
- promote psychotherapy in all continents of the world (in accordance with the Strasbourg Declaration)
- be responsible for the conditions of patients of psychotherapy (charter of the WCP)
- cooperate with national and international organizations to take stock of conflicts and
- create an International Centre for information on psychotherapy
- access to advisory status as an NGO of the UN
- establish guidelines that are both ethical and international
- support all efforts to achieve and maintain human rights
- create task forces on specific topics
- promote the exchange of training programs worldwide
- support its members around issues that affect psychotherapy
It is with this philosophy that every three years a world congress is organized:
- the last was held in South Africa in Durban where 42 countries were represented
- the 6th and 5th world congresses were respectively held in Australia and China and they
gathered nearly 1,000 individuals
- the 4th was held in Argentina and the first three, which were held in Austria in Vienna have each welcomed 3000 to 4000 people
6 avenue du Maine - 75015 PARIS - FRANCE
Phone: : +33(0)1 44 05 95 50 - Fax: +33(0)1 45 44 62 34
The FF2P was created in May 1995 to bring together the different psychotherapeutic and psychoanalytic fields in France.
It includes nearly 60 organizations - training organizations and associations - representing twenty psychotherapeutic methods grouped into five main categories:
psychoanalytic, humanistic, cognitive-behavioral, systemic and integrative.
The FF2P’s mission is not only to promote psychotherapy as a specific discipline, but also to contribute to public information and protection of users.
This ethical and deontological imperative is at the heart of the action of the FF2P and all its audience.
All associations of the categories mentioned above and training organizations approved by the FF2P meet these criteria.
The FF2P is a member of both the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) which collects 120,000 practitioners in 41 countries and the World Council of Psychotherapy (WCP).
The FF2P is the only organization in France authorized to issue the European Certificate of Psychotherapy (CEP) *.
*The CEP, established by the EAP in 1997, aims to establish strict criteria for the practice of psychotherapy and to establish a high level of training.
11 rue Tronchet 75008 - PARIS - FRANCE
Phone: 01 42 66 20 70 - Fax: 01 42 66 44 89
A pioneer in many fields, the French League for Mental Hygiene, recognized as having public interest in 1922, became the French League for Mental Health in 1996.
Since its founding in 1921 it has been a crossroads of ideas and research. In addition to its own activities - studies, research, conferences, publication of a magazine, a documentation center as well as training for social and paramedical personnel, and the creation of specialized departments and associations with the aim of preventing psychological problems, it has also dedicated itself to:
- Promoting reflection on the influence of the environment on the psychological state of individuals
- Facilitating the understanding of situations and interactions in a confrontational and increasingly complex society
- Providing assistance to psychologically fragile individuals to avoid shifting to larger problems.
Dr Roland Coutanceau, President
12 rue Jacquemont - 75017 PARIS - FRANCE
Phone: 01 53 06 84 84 - Fax: 01 53 06 84 85
« Man is made to research mankind »
This quote by Eugene Minkowski, founder of the association originally dedicated to his wife Françoise Minkowska, summarizes better than anything else, the life and work of the author. A well-recognized physician and philosopher, he spent his whole trying to better understand the individual in his uniqueness and in his entirety to better treat him. In continuation of his work and thought, the association is committed to caring, teaching, training and exchanging knowledge.
It is in this spirit that the Françoise Minkowska Center was born in 1962. This state establishment, created to ensure the reception of all migrants and refugees in need of mental health care, has not deviated from that goal in over fifty years of activity and is now recognized both nationally and internationally.
The Françoise Minkowska Center provides transcultural psychiatric consultations centered on the person. He introduced to France the concept of cultural competence.
Dr Rachid Bennegadi,
Medical Director at the F. Minkowska Center
Freudplatz 1, 6. OG/Zi 6008 - 1020 Wien - Austria
Phone: +43 1 798 40 98 DW 600
Fax: +43 1 798 40 98 DW 900
5 Rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Paris - France
Phone: 01 57 27 57 27
Pierre CANOUÏ, President
Darlyne G. Nemeth
Sylvester Ntomchukwu Madu
Kelly Paulk Ray
Edward WengLok Chan
Alfred PRITZ, President
Roy A. Bowden