mental health

APsaA Opposes Latest Attempt to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

 

Psychoanalytic Association Expresses Opposition to Latest Attempt to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

Group Commends Senators McCain and Collins

Hurricane Harvey Will Have Lasting Mental Health Impact Says Leading Psychoanalytic Association

 

Hurricane Harvey Will Have Lasting Mental Health Impact
Says Leading Psychoanalytic Association

 

Blog: Freud Is Everywhere

Freud revolutionized the understanding and treatment of mental disorders. He created the psychoanalytic theory of personality. But beyond this, he profoundly changed our understanding of humanity, thought and culture.

News: Leading Mental Health Organizations Urge End to Harmful 'Religious Freedom' Laws

April 20, 2016 – The nation’s leading mental health professional organizations are expressing dismay over the spate of recent bills and laws that would allow for individuals and businesses to deny services, employment and housing to LGBT people under the guise of religious freedom.

News: Psychoanalysts Urge Immediate Action on Zika Virus

The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) is urging U.S. leaders to recognize and prepare for the potential mental health consequences that can impact families affected by the Zika virus, especially as the virus continues to spread.

Blog: "Let's Make Diapers Accessible and Affordable to Everyone"

 
Psychoanalytic Institute Supports Project to Address Community Diaper Need
 
“Let’s make diapers more accessible and affordable to everyone”, President Barack Obama
 
By Marie Rudden
 

News: Understanding the Mind: Celebrating Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams

 
Understanding the Mind: 
Celebrating Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams
 

Blog: Increasing Military Cultural Competency Helps Military Personnel, Veterans & Their Families

 

Increased Military Cultural Competence Helps Military Personnel, Veterans & Their Families

Illinois Bans Conversion Therapy for LGBT Youth

The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) congratulates Illinois in becoming the 5th jurisdiction to ban conversion therapy for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth – joining California, New Jersey, Oregon and Washington D.C. Minors in the state of Illinois will now be protected from the long-discredited practice of conversion or “reparative” therapy.

The Impact of “Invisible War Wounds” on Children

Hundreds of thousands of troops have returned home after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with brain injuries and/or PTSD. Local and federal leaders, community and religious organizations and non-profits strive mightily to offer support services and programs to help veterans and their families cope and heal.

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