European Society For The Study Of Personality Disorder

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European Society For The Study Of Personality Disorder

The European Society for the Study of Personality Disorders is meant to be a society with a European signature that will address the specific needs of the personality disorder field in Europe and actively expand it to countries in which personality disorder field is less developed. It provides and supports scholarship, clinical experience, international collaboration and the communication of research on all topics of personality disorders including epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis and assessment, course and treatment in Europe. ESSPD actively seeks contact and cooperation with both family and users organizations and is open to all the professionals who are actively involved and/or interested in the field of study, assessment and treatment to personality disorders. It has been affiliated with British Irish Group for the Studies of Personality Disorders and European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. The European Society for the Study of Personality Disorders is based on democratic bylaws that are aimed at creating a clear outline of structure and rules as well. The individual members represent the society’s policies. European national personality disorder societies may apply for an association with the ESSPD. Through its affiliation with both the Regional and National organizations, the ESSPD encourages the initiative of education and research as well on personality disorders and collaborative efforts over the countries and regions in Europe. The aim of the ESSPD is to bring everyone together in Europe who are interested, from whatever perspective, in the field of personality disorder hoping to create a vibrant society promoting, understanding and treatment of personality disorder and allied disorders to make sure that personality disorder remains a subject of importance to governments, health services, clinicians, and the public as well.

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