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Registration, Preliminary Program & Hotel Information Available Now!

Monday, December 15 - Registration Closes 12 AM EST

Save the date - 104th Annual Meeting, June 5-7, 2015, Palace Hotel, San Francisco

2015-2016 APsaA Fellowship Application Now Available

The American Psychoanalytic Association fellowship program seeks to encourage interest and involvement in psychoanalysis among early-career psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and academics. Fellowship winners will be awarded travel, lodging and registration fees for APsaA’s 2016 National Meeting and the 105th Annual Meeting, subscriptions to TAP and other journals, access to a mentor, invitations to participate in scientific programs and support from local institutes. Competitive applicants will have a curiosity about how the mind works and an interest in how psychoanalytic ideas are pertinent to their discipline and field of interest. The application deadline is Monday, February 9, 2015.

Click here to learn more or apply. Contact Rosemary Johnson with questions or requests for promotional brochures.

A Psychoanalytic View of Firearm Violence

In light of the recent tragic shootings in our country, the American Psychoanalytic Association has issued a statement addressing the complex and multifactorial issue of firearm violence. Read the full statement here

Psychoanalysts in the News

Two Psychiatrists on Treating Schizophrenia, The New York Times, 8/22/14

Solitary Confinement, The New York Times, 8/10/14

When a Change in Talk Therapy for Depression is Needed, Everyday Health, 7/30/14

Designing Technology to Restore Privacy: Deborah Peel, M.D., TEDxTraverse City, 6/23/14

The Stuff That Dreams (and Nightmares) Are Made Of, The Leonard Lopate Show on WNYC, 4/11/14

Mental Health Records Should Remain Off-Limits, The Washington Post, 2/17/14

 



Ask Your Doctor About Psychoanalysis

APsaA member Norman Kohn, M.D. develops an animated video using fictional characters and case studies to explain the long-lasting benefits for patients who undergo psychodynamic psychotherapy, also known as psychoanalysis. Click the ‘play’ button to the right to learn more about the positive changes that psychoanalysis can bring, when medication and other short-term forms of therapy fall short.

Find a Psychoanalyst

Search the APsaA member directory to find an analyst near you.

JAPA

One of the world’s most respected publications in psychoanalysis, the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association (JAPA) offers insightful and broad-based original articles, ground-breaking research and much more.

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The American Psychoanalyst

The American Psychoanlyst (TAP) reports on news of the organization, events, meetings, reports from committees, elections, announcements and appointments.

Read the latest issue online.

Become an Associate

Join APsaA as an associate and enjoy a variety of benefits including discounts on meeting registration fees and a subscription to The American Psychoanalyst.

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