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APsaA Demands End To Psychological Warfare Against Migrant Children and Families

                                             

                                          

American Psychoanalytic Association Demands U.S. End Psychological Warfare Against Migrant Children and Families

APsaA Welcomes New Members

 

The American Psychoanalytic Association welcomed 124 new members into the APsaA community at its National Meeting in February.  In joining APsaA, they bring new perspectives, inspiration and diversity to the psychoanalytic profession.  Click here to see all the new members added. 

 

News: APsaA Issues Overdue Apology to LGBTQ Community

 

 

For Immediate Release

American Psychoanalytic Association Issues Overdue Apology to LGBTQ Community

Blog: Stonewall’s 50th Anniversary and An Overdue Apology

 

Stonewall’s 50th Anniversary and An Overdue Apology

How the mental health professions evolved on LGBTQ rights.

By Jack Drescher, MD

APsaA Commends Passage of Equality Act; Calls on U.S. Senate to Support It

 

APsaA Commends Passage of Equality Act; Calls on U.S. Senate to Support It

APsaA Worked With Congress to Create Bipartisan Legislation Aimed At Reducing Violence

 

Leading Psychoanalytic Association Worked With Congress to Create Bipartisan Legislation Aimed At Reducing Violence

APsaA Statement on Gun Violence and Suicide Risk

 

                                          

Mental Health Impact of Trauma Reverberates For Years

Statement on Gun Violence and Suicide Risk

APsaA Applauds Decision in UnitedHealth Group Lawsuit

 

                                   

APsaA: U.S. Government Has Traumatized Migrant Children and Families

 

 

U.S. Government Has Traumatized Migrant Children and Families Says Leading Mental Health Association

NPR’s ‘Hidden Brain’ Wins APsaA’s 2019 Journalism Award

                                    
                                   
 
NPR’s ‘Hidden Brain’ Wins American Psychoanalytic Association’s
2019 Journalism Award

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