Welcome to APsaA’s 111th Annual Meeting
Register by Monday, May 10th for the lowest hotel and meeting registration rates.
Welcome to APsaA’s first in-person meeting since 2020!
APsaA’s 111th Annual Meeting is an extraordinary venue to participate in a dynamic scientific program and to engage with colleagues nationally and worldwide. The Annual Meeting offers stimulating content for mental health professionals, educators, researchers and students who are curious about psychoanalysis. A variety of registration fees are available. Be sure to register by May 10th to take advantage of special discounts on hotel and meeting registration.
Invest in your career and professional community by attending APsaA’s 111th Annual Meeting.
Earn up to 38.5 continuing education credits including those that satisfy the requirements for risk management, ethics and cultural competency.
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“I’m excited for my first APsaA meeting – and I do love Boston!”
Austin Ratner, M.D.
Brooklyn, New York Presenter, History of Psychoanalysis: Freud’s Aversion to Proof Discussion Group
“I’m looking forward to announcing the Loewenberg Prize and other awards for interdisciplinary psychoanalytic achievements. And welcome to Boston!”
Murray Schwartz, Ph.D.
Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
“After all this time, I’ll be so happy to see APsaA colleagues in Boston.”
Hannah Zeavin, Ph.D.
Panel Chair, The Problem of the Family in Pscyhoanalysis
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“How sweet it will be to say “howdy” in-person again!”
Dorothy E. Holmes, Ph.D.
Chair, Holmes Commission on Racial Equality
“After more than two years, it will be great to be together in person again!”
William C. Glover, Ph.D.