Our Mission

Assessment of mental health problems, psychosocial stressors, basic needs, diagnosis, care, prevention, mediation, conflict management and restorative justice in case of need between victims and perpetrators

 

OUR MANIFESTO

History

IPMA, created on December 16, 2000 under the name of Institute of Psychotraumatology and Mediation for Africa. In 2004, his founding  president Dr. Issack Biyong changed it to  IPM-International due to the increasing need of better services for victims of psychological trauma worldwide due to war, ethnic, tribal or religious conflicts, exile, torture, physical and sexual violence, natural disasters , or as a result of pandemics.

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