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The International Network on Personal Meaning is an international, multidisciplinary, learned society founded by Paul T. P. Wong in 1998 to expand the legacy and vision of Dr. Viktor Frankl.

INPM is a learned society, which believes that high quality scientific research on the positive psychology of meaning in major life domains can contribute significantly to the well-being of individuals and communities.

International Society for Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy is the professional branch of the International Network on Personal Meaning, and is a multi- and interdisciplinary organisation encouraging advancing research and education in existential psychology and psychotherapy.

They publish the International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy

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They also organize the Biennial International Conferences on Personal Meaning. Each conference focuses on a signficant theme in logotherapy. The 5th Biennial International Meaning Conference will be held in Toronto July 24-26, focusing on the interdependence of meaning of life and meaning of death. For details, visit

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