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The APA Foundation encourages 2021 APA Annual Meeting attendees to move their bodies during this four-day virtual meeting!
This award-winning documentary chronicles the history of the LGBTQ equality movement has been described as “riveting” (The Queer Review) and “probably the best LGBTQ documentary of the year” (Bay Area Reporter).
Program Director Christopher Seeley, M.S.W., joined Education Talk Radio to discuss how Notice. Talk. Act.® at School has reduced discipline referrals, truancy, and major mental health incidents in schools that have implemented the program.
American Psychiatric Association Foundation's (APAF) program Notice. Talk. Act.® at School was recently highlighted by Psychiatric News in an article about how teachers have used the program to support their students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Save the Date! Join APAF Saturday, July 10 for the inaugural Moore Equity in Mental Health 5K, hosted by APA’s Division of Diversity and Health Equity and the APA Foundation.
American Psychiatric Association (APA) and American Psychiatric Association Foundation (APAF) are sponsoring the redesign and enhancement of Takoma Education Campus’ second-floor staff lounge.
In honor of the late Judge Stephen S. Goss, the Judges and Psychiatrists Leadership Initiative (JPLI) has established an award to acknowledge his tireless efforts to rethink how judges and others handle cases for defendants with behavioral health needs.
We are excited to announce the official launch of Notice.Talk.Act.® at Work, an e-Learning Module for managers to help create mentally healthy workplaces.
APAF was recently featured in a Psychiatric News about how the COVID-19 pandemic has halted the “school-to-prison pipeline” and how programs like Notice. Talk. Act.® at School help once students return to in-person learning.
Interim Executive Director, Amy Porfiri, M.B.A., participated in a Q&A feature with Equity and Access PreK-12 Magazine to discuss how Notice. Talk. Act.® addresses mental health inequities and educates school personnel.