Dr. Herbert S. Gross Receives 2021 Distinguished Service Award

Herbert S. Gross, MD 2021 APsaA Distinguished Service Award

June 9, 2021 New York, NY 

Herbert S. Gross, MD, a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist in Rockville, Maryland was awarded a 2021 Distinguished Service Award by the American Psychoanalytic Association.

In receiving this award, Dr. Gross is recognized for his nearly half-century of service to APsaA on behalf of patients, our mental health communities and the psychoanalytic field. 

Dr. Gross is currently the chair of APsaA’s Committee on Government Relations and Insurance, a post he has held for the past nine years. In this role, Dr. Gross has made sure APsaA has an effective presence in the halls of Congress, advocating for legislation crucial to psychoanalysis and mental health care.

“Herb’s contribution has been invaluable as he fights the good fight for the uniqueness and subjectivity of all people, keeping a psychoanalytic view alive on Capitol Hill,” said Mark Smaller, PhD, head of APsaA's Public Advocacy Committee.

Dr. Gross has also served multiple terms on the APsaA board and has greatly contributed to many facets of APsaA’s work over the years.

The leadership and membership of The American Psychoanalytic Association join together to thank Dr. Gross for his outstanding service.

About The American Psychoanalytic Association

APsaA is the oldest and largest professional organization for psychoanalysts in North America, representing 3,000 members, 33 approved training institutes, and 39 affiliate societies throughout the United States. APsaA members include psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists, and educators.

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