Welcome to the WPA section on Religion, Spirituality and Psychiatry

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Summary of activities of WPA Section on Religion, Spirituality and Psychiatry at the Cape Town 2016 WPA International Congress

Program of the II Global Meeting in Spirituality and Mental Health Cape Town 2016 WPA International Congress WPA Section on Religion, Spirituality and Psychiatry  
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WPA releases a Position Statement on Spirituality and Religion in Psychiatry

          The WPA (World Psychiatric Association) has just approved the Position Statement on Spirituality and Religion in Psychiatry that was proposed by the WPA Section
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Newsletter of the Section on Religion, Spirituality & Psychiatry Vol. 5 Issue 1 August 2016

  Dear readers, In this issue of the Newsletter of the WPA Section Religion, Spirituality and Psychiatry you will read about activities organized by the
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TV NUPES: video clip of the 1st Global Meeting on Spirituality and Mental Health

TV NUPES has just released a video clip with highlights of some interviews performed during the 1st Global Meeting on Spirituality and Mental Health that
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1st Global Meeting on Spirituality and Mental Health

The Section is supporting and co-organizing the 1st Global Meeting on Spirituality and Mental Health – 5-6 Nov 2015 – Florianopolis, Brazil. This event will
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Upcoming events

The Section is supporting and co-organizing the 1st Global Meeting on Spirituality and Mental Health – 5-6 Nov 2015 – Florianopolis, Brazil. This event will

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Report from the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Caucus on Spirituality, Religion and psychiatry by Alan Fung, MD, ScD, FRCPC Secretary-Treasurer, APA Caucus on Spirituality, Religion

The purpose of this section shall be:

  • To encourage and accelerate research, theory, and practice in the area of religion, spirituality and psychiatry, and related areas.
  • To facilitate the dissemination of data on religious and spiritual issues, in relation to psychiatry and allied domains.
  • To develop and to stimulate educational and training programs and courses in order to improve knowledge, skills and professional attitude regarding religion and spirituality in psychiatric practice.