American Psychiatric Association


'American Psychiatric Association' - 4 News Result(s)

  • US Psychoanalysts Apologise For Labelling Homosexuality An Illness

    US Psychoanalysts Apologise For Labelling Homosexuality An Illness

    The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) apologised on Friday for previously treating homosexuality as a mental illness, saying its past errors contributed to discrimination and trauma for LGBTQ people.

  • 'Affluenza' Teen, Mother Planned Flight To Mexico: Officials

    'Affluenza' Teen, Mother Planned Flight To Mexico: Officials

    A teen fugitive who's known for using an "affluenza" defense and his mother attempted to disguise themselves and disappear among the American tourists thronging a Mexican resort city for the holidays, but are now in custody and will be returned to the US after a cellphone used to order pizza gave away their location, authorities said on Tuesday.

  • Robert Spitzer, Psychiatrist Of Transformative Influence, Dies At 83

    Robert Spitzer, Psychiatrist Of Transformative Influence, Dies At 83

    In the tumult of the 1960s, psychiatry found itself under siege. Critics said the field lacked scientific standards - failing to help many truly troubled people while medicating or institutionalizing others who suffered from nothing more serious than nonconformity.

  • Facebook posts can offer clues of depression

    Facebook posts can offer clues of depression

    Posts on social networking sites like Facebook, could serve as signs of depression.

'American Psychiatric Association' - 4 News Result(s)

  • US Psychoanalysts Apologise For Labelling Homosexuality An Illness

    US Psychoanalysts Apologise For Labelling Homosexuality An Illness

    The American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA) apologised on Friday for previously treating homosexuality as a mental illness, saying its past errors contributed to discrimination and trauma for LGBTQ people.

  • 'Affluenza' Teen, Mother Planned Flight To Mexico: Officials

    'Affluenza' Teen, Mother Planned Flight To Mexico: Officials

    A teen fugitive who's known for using an "affluenza" defense and his mother attempted to disguise themselves and disappear among the American tourists thronging a Mexican resort city for the holidays, but are now in custody and will be returned to the US after a cellphone used to order pizza gave away their location, authorities said on Tuesday.

  • Robert Spitzer, Psychiatrist Of Transformative Influence, Dies At 83

    Robert Spitzer, Psychiatrist Of Transformative Influence, Dies At 83

    In the tumult of the 1960s, psychiatry found itself under siege. Critics said the field lacked scientific standards - failing to help many truly troubled people while medicating or institutionalizing others who suffered from nothing more serious than nonconformity.

  • Facebook posts can offer clues of depression

    Facebook posts can offer clues of depression

    Posts on social networking sites like Facebook, could serve as signs of depression.

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