06/10/23 - Tributes from AAPCSW members.
In the Press, Awards and Tributes
01/31/23 - Tributes from AAPCSW members.
8/19/22 - Tributes from AAPCSW members.
2/11/22 - AAPCSW members Carol Tosone and Aaron Skinner-Spain are quoted in the Washington Post article, by Emily McCrary-Ruiz-Esparza, titled Why ‘trauma-informed’ care is spreading from the therapist's office to yoga classes and tattoo parlors.
8/11/21 - Tributes to Bill Meyer.
11/14/19 - Tributes to Renee Goldman.
07/26/19 - Tributes to Susan Eder, MD.
07/22/19 - Tributes to Gerald Schamess, MSS.
06/02/19 - Tributes to Allen Bergson.
03/28—03/31/19 - Presented during the Intrigue, Insight, Inquiry: Through Today's Psychoanalytic Lens conference, March 28-31, 2019 in Durham, NC.
08/23/18 - Tributes to Dori Laub.
03/23—03/26/19 - Presented during the Mind & Milieu conference, March 23-26, 2017 in Baltimore, MD.
03/05/16 - Tributes to Diana Siskind.
03/07/16 - Tributes to Elizabeth W. Horton.
04/20/15 - Clinical Writing & Lifetime Achievement Awards presented during the AAPCSW 2015 Conference in Durham, North Carolina.
04/13/15 - To David Phillips, AAPCSW Past President
10/14/14 - Listen to an hour long radio interview on KX935.com featuring Karen Redding PhD LCSW, Dr. Ed Kaufman MD and Professor Conrad Fuentes LCSW on The Criminalization of the Mentally Ill. [Interview starts 8 minutes into podcast.]
9/24/14 - To Sally D. Comer, MSW, PhD.
9/20/14 - To Irmgard Rosenzweig Wessel, a clinical social worker and long-time New Haven resident.
6/25/14 - Mark D. Smaller, PhD, this month assumes the role of president of the American Psychoanalytic Association, having served as president-elect since June 2012. Dr. Smaller, the first social worker elected president in APsaA's 100-year history, will serve until June 2016.
6/22/14 - AAPCSW Listserv Moderator Joel Kanter responded to Benedict Carey's June 21, 2014 NY Times article, Seeing Sons Violent Potential but Finding Little Help or Hope, about the violence potential of young men.
News about members during previous years can be found in the AAPCSW Newsletters »