To psychological workers in the field of drug addiction：
Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research is an international academic organization registered in Macau in 2013, founded and chaired by Professor Spencer De Li, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Macau. Professor Kaicheng Huang of Southwest University and Professor Shulung Yang of National Chung Cheng University serve as Director-General and Chief Supervisor, respectively. In order to promote professionalism and efficacy in psychotherapy to better serve drug users, the Association plans to establish Expert Committee on Psychotherapy for Drug Addiction, with the goal of gathering collective wisdom in psychotherapy to study, develop, distribute and apply cost-effective therapeutics in substance abuse treatment. Our goal is to recruit psychotherapy researchers and practitioners in the area of drug treatment who have a strong sense of mission, responsibility, craftsmanship and assiduous pursuit spirit to serve as the backbone of the Association.
Now, we are recruiting international committee members (whose nationalities are not Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan) of Expert Committee on Psychotherapy for Drug Addiction.
Members of Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research can fill out the Application form to join Expert Committee on Psychotherapy for Drug Addiction directly. Other researchers and workers who wish to become members of the Committee should pay membership fees to become the members of Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research first. There is no extra fee to join Expert Committee on Psychotherapy for Drug Addiction currently. Please send AASAR Application form and Application form for Expert Committee to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
For more information about the membership of Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research, please visit our official website：http://www.aasar.asia/ .
Psychologists, counselors, therapists, teachers or management experts in relevant fields are welcome to apply!
Asian Association for Substance Abuse Research