President's Message

Dennis Debiak"The Times, They Are A-Changin’ How About Us?" is the question posed to the Division of Psychoanalysis by the Steering Committee of last week’s 37th Annual Spring Meeting in New York City. My sense of the answer to this question is a resounding, "yes." People had very different experiences at this year’s meeting, as is always the case, but a large and diverse group of people shared with me that the division is changing is important ways. Clearly, we are talking more about identities and the ways these dimensions of who we are impact our clinical work, our worldview and our lives.

Resource Network for Immigrants and Refugees

Div. 39 has developed a listserv and a resource list for those interested in providing and/or seeking resources for asylum seekers, torture victims, immigrants with legal status and undocumented immigrants.

These resources include direct services such as psychological evaluation and other clinical services for torture victims, asylum seekers, and immigrants, as well as indirect services such as consultation groups for those providing psychological and legal services to these groups.

Benefits of Membership

Reduced Rates for PEP-WEB

Div. 39 members are eligible to subscribe to PEP-WEB, the Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing Company's searchable database of psychoanalytic writings, for only $65 a year.

PsycSCAN: Psychoanalysis