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APsaA Calls on Leaders To Speak Out Loudly, Boldly, and Specifically About Hate Groups

 
 
Leaders Must Speak Out Loudly, Boldly, and Specifically About Hate Groups
Says Leading Psychoanalytic Association
 

APsaA Urges President to Remember Promises to Fight for LGBTQ Americans

Leading Psychoanalytic Association Urges President Trump to Remember Campaign Promises to Fight for LGBTQ Americans 

American Psychoanalytic Association Statement on “Goldwater Rule”

 

American Psychoanalytic Association Statement on “Goldwater Rule”

New York - July 25th, 2017 - The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) seeks to clarify statements made in a recent article in STAT.

Race, Immigration Focus of APsaA Conference

RACE, IMMIGRATION FOCUS OF PSYCHOANALYTIC CONFERENCE

Group Speaks Out Against S.B.4, Invites Governor Abbott

APsaA Joins Two Dozen Medical Groups In Support of the "March for Science"

(WASHINGTON, April 17, 2017) — As the world's leading organizations representing clinicians, laboratory researchers, and physician-scientists committed to improving patient care, we support the March for Science and its nonpartisan call for the appreciation of scientific evidence, education, and investment. Science has no political agenda but gives us the tools to find the truths about our world and then implement informed policies to enrich our communities.

APsaA Calls for Considered Action on Immigration and Religious Discrimination

The American Psychoanalytic Association Speaks to the Need for Considered Action on Immigration and Religious Discrimination

News: APsaA Awards Mother Jones 2017 Journalism Award for Series Examining Mass Shooters

NATIONAL PSYCHOANALYTIC ASSOCIATION AWARDS MOTHER JONES WITH JOURNALISM AWARD FOR SERIES EXAMINING MASS SHOOTERS
 

News: National Psychoanalytic Association Bestows Annual CORST Essay Prize

 
National Psychoanalytic Association Bestows Annual CORST Essay Prize
 

News: APsaA Funds Four New Research Projects

 
Leading Psychoanalytic Association Funds Four New Research Projects
 
New York – November 22, 2016 – Four new research projects were selected  by the American Psychoanalytic Association’s (APsaA) Fund for Psychoanalytic Research program, part of the Association’s ongoing commitment to supporting psychoanalytic research and encouraging future psychoanalytic investigators. A total of $75,000 was awarded to the grantees.

Blog: Stop and Frisk Murders the SOUL

Stop and Frisk Murders the SOUL
 
Enduring psychic injury to both victim and bystander
 
By Annie Lee Jones, PhD
 

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