Posts From November, 2017

Psychiatrists: Takes 1 minute to act on tax-reform bills

By Anthony Kassir
11/16/2017

From the APA: Congress is currently considering two tax-reform bills, both of which will harm our patients' access to mental health care. We must stand up for our patients and tell Congress to reject these proposals. How Tax Reform Impacts People with Mental Illness: The House-passed proposal seeks to end the tax deduction for medical expenses: ... read more


APA moves to Washington, D.C.

By Anthony Kassir
11/16/2017

From the APA: As of January 2, 2018, APA will once again be located in Washington, D.C., after being housed in Arlington, Va., for the past 15 years.Here’s are the new address and telephone number: 800 Maine Avenue, S.W., Suite 900, Washington, D.C. 20024. Phone number: (202) 559-3900. (APA’s toll-free numbers remain unchanged: 888-35-PSYCH or ... read more


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2022 APA Annual Meeting May 21-25

Jan 13, 2022
APA is gathering in-person for the first time since 2019, in the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans! Join APA in-person May 21-25 for the 2022 Annual Meeting, the premier

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