psychoanalysis

APsaA Calls for Laws Controlling the Availability of Dangerous Firearms

 
 
Psychoanalytic Association Calls for Laws
Controlling the Availability of Dangerous Firearms

 

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

APsaA Calls For Protecting "Dreamers"

 

Psychoanalytic Association Calls on Leaders to Protect Promise to Dreamers

New York, NY - September 19 , 2017 – The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) is encouraged by recent news that President Trump is negotiating a deal with congressional leaders regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) after previously calling for its repeal.

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

 

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

 

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 

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
 

Blog: We Must Not Tolerate Fat Shaming

 
We Must Not Tolerate Fat Shaming
 
In honor of National Bullying-prevention month (October)
 
By Nina Savelle-Rocklin, Psy.D.
 
You are likely familiar with the saying, “Sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me.”
 

Blog: Bullying Is Not The Same As Teasing

 

Bullying Is Not The Same As Teasing

Teasing does not create trauma, or unmanageable helplessness.  Bullying does.

Blog: Terrorists or Copycats? What's The Difference?

Yasser Arafat, the former Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, famously stated in his 1974 speech before the United Nations that, "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter."

But there is reason to suspect that the killers in the recent Orlando, Nice and Munich attacks were neither freedom fighters nor terrorists at all, but individuals with personal grievances struggling somewhere between rage, suicide and homicide.

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