Craniosacral Therapy Association of South Africa (CSTA-SA)

The mission of the Craniosacral Therapy Association of South Africa (CSTA-SA) is to preserve the integrity of Craniosacral therapy in Southern Africa, create community, and maintain the highest professional standards for practitioners, teachers and students of Craniosacral Therapy.

Our Goals and Objectives:

• To maintain the integrity of the work in relationship to the Craniosacral Therapy.
• To create community through conferences, our website, networking, and newsletters.
• To maintain the highest professional standards for practitioners, teachers and students of Craniosacral Therapy.
• To create a sound and stable infrastructure.
• To develop a benefit package for members which includes access to a referral service, membership directory and educational 
   development through conferences and continuing education programs.

Association of South African Social Work Education Institutions

The vision of the Association of South African Social Work Education Institutions shall be: to be the leading association in the promotion of social work education, training and research in South Africa in collaboration with the international community in pursuit of enhanced psychosocial functioning of individuals families, groups, organisations and communities, and of human rights, social justice and equality of all the people of South Africa.

South African Society of Psychiatrists

The South African Society of Psychiatrists is the only professional body in South Africa that represents the interests of the majority of Psychiatrists in South Africa. The Society is also actively involved in South Africa and Internationally to destigmatize Mental Illness and is fighting against discrimination against people who suffer with mental illness. The Society is managed by a team of elected volunteers, all Psychiatrists. Elections take place biannually at the Biennial National Psychiatric Congress. The aims of the Society are to promote, maintain and protect the honour and interests of the discipline of Psychiatry as a medical profession, and to serve the community.

Pan-African Psychology Union

At the International Congress of Psychology (ICP2012) held in Cape Town, South Africa, in July 2012, representatives of eleven African countries came together to discuss possibilities for developing a stronger focus for the role of Psychology within Africa, under the initiative of the ICP2012 Secretariat and IUPsyS. Representatives of the countries present, and of IUPsyS, crafted and agreed to the Cape Town Declaration.

Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA)

The Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA) is the nationally representative professional body for psychology. Recognised internationally, PsySSA is committed to the transformation and development of South African Psychology to serve the needs and interests of all South Africa’s people. PsySSA advances psychology as a science, profession and as a means of promoting human well-being. PsySSA ensures quality of psychological services, safeguards ethical standards, builds professional relationships in South Africa and abroad, promotes collective bargaining for better remuneration, new work opportunities and conditions of service for psychologists, and provides numerous benefits to its members.

Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA)

The Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) is a non-governmental and non-profit research network that was founded in 1980 in the town of Nazareth, Ethiopia, by a group of social scientists from Eastern Africa. Its constituency is based on membership drawn from social scientists and institutions engaged in teaching and/or research in the social sciences in Eastern and Southern Africa. Currently, there are 21 member countries in the region where OSSREA has National Chapters and Liaison Offices. However, its constitution opens membership to social scientists in the following countries of Eastern and Southern Africa: Angola, Botswana, Burundi, Comoros Islands, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Institutional membership is open to all institutions, within or outside the region, engaged in the promotion of research in the social sciences in Africa. OSSREA’s head office is located in the Main Campus of Addis Ababa University, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Mental Health Professionals' Association of Libya (MH PAL)

Mental Health Professionals' Association of Libya (MH PAL) was established during the recent war of liberation in Libya and it represents an effort to bring together mental health professionals of Libyan background under one virtual roof. The hope is that these professionals will use the organization as a means through which to share ideas and expertise on all aspects, mental health and well-being relevant to Libya, both at home and abroad.

Mauritius Mental Health Association

Activité principale
Ecole spécialisée pour enfants et adultes avec un retard intellectuel

Buts et objectifs

  • To promote education for children with intellectual disabilities.
  • To assess and develop the children's intellectual capacity in academic and technical work.
  • To develop children's potential for further integration in the Mauritian society.
  • To give support to families with intellectual disabilities.

UNIGAPS

UNIGAPS is the acronym for University of Ghana Association of Psychology Students and its captivating motto is “the mind’s paradigm”. It was founded in 1997 with Mr. Prince Armah as the President. The Association functions to ensure the welfare of Psychology students at academic and social levels.