If you belong to an association or organization and would like to discuss a potential partnership with Psych Congress, please contact Drew Rifkin at (610) 560-0500, ext. 4387 or email@example.com.
The following represents some partnering associations from 2018.
The Association of Physician Assistants In Psychiatry (APAP) is a nonprofit organization for PAs who work in the area of psychiatry and mental health. APAP is the only officially recognized association for PAs in psychiatry and mental health by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) and is committed to the advancement of PAs working in psychiatry and mental health. APAP is a member-driven organization that is striving to be a resource for PAs, that provides information, education and networking opportunities to expand access to quality psychiatry and mental health.
Since 2015, Psych Congress has been the official CME/CE conference for APAP.
As a media partner of Psych Congress, Healio.com/Psychiatry will be reporting LIVE from the annual conference. Catch the daily news and perspectives, and read coverage of the latest research findings and treatments in psychiatry by visiting Healio.com/Psychiatry. Explore videos, stay current with In the Journals, participate in educational/CME activities, and browse the Resource Center for more information that is relevant to your practice.
Mental Health Association of Central Florida (MHACF) has been in existence since 1946 providing support, services and information to individuals within Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake and Brevard counties. Through various programs including an outpatient clinic, peer recovery program, suicide prevention, information and referral and educational courses MHACF continues to serve central Florida families. These programs are supported by community partnerships, sponsorship, and member donations. The participation of community members like you make life saving interventions possible. Please visit www.MHACF.org for more information.
Psycom and Psych Central, two of the most established and trusted mental health websites on the Internet, were founded by 2 visionary mental health practitioners. Seven million unique visitors—both patients and professionals--access the expert-written or reviewed content every month. Primary areas of interest include: depression, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.