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Call for Contributions

Collection of Mental Health Narratives – History, Concepts, Education, Practice Edited by Ronja Bodola, PhD; Michelle B. Moore, PsyD; Cody Roi, D.O. Submit an abstract for a book chapter to be included in the upcoming edited volume Collection of Mental Health...

Webinar: Beyond Anti-Asian Racism: Healing Intergenerational Traumas through Cross-Racial Social Justice Work

Join us for our next webinar Beyond Anti-Asian Racism: Healing Intergenerational Traumas through Cross-Racial Social Justice Work Saturday, April 17, 2021 10:00–11:00 am PDT / 1:00–2:00 pm EDT Register Now Zoom Registration Event Flyer Event Details Learning...

Webinar: Addressing Racial Trauma And Police Violence In Mental Health Emergencies

Join us for our next webinar Addressing Racial Trauma And Police Violence In Mental Health Emergencies Wednesday, April 14, 2021 10–11:30 am PDT / 1–2:30 pm EDT Register Now Zoom Registration Event Flyer Event Details Panelists Cheryl D. Wills, MD, DFAPA, Director,...

SSPC Statement Denouncing Anti-Asian Racism

In the wake of the recent killings at Atlanta and the worrisome increasing acts of violence against Asian Americans and Asian Canadians, the SSPC strongly denounces anti-Asian and all forms of racism. While there has been a long history of anti-Asian racism and...
SSPC Mentorship Day

SSPC Mentorship Day

Please join us for a half day mini-conference focused on mentorship. This event includes this year's Work-in-Progress...

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Letter from the President

Our 2013 meeting in Toronto may only be a memory but the good feelings about it are still strong. I've heard from many of you since we wrapped up the program on May 5th and the opinions were that this meeting was one of the best. Thanks to all who made it successful,...

SSPC’s First Time in Toronto: Annual Meeting Report

by Lisa Andermann The SSPC annual conference took place in Toronto, Canada for the first time, from May 3-5, 2013. Also for the first time, it was a collaborative effort with two cosponsors, the University of Toronto (which provided accreditation and CME credits) and...

Response to SRT Report A/HRC/22/53

The following is a letter drafted by the SSPC Board of Directors in response to the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Torture, currently in process of submission for publication. As members of the Board of Directors of the Society of the Study of Psychiatry...