Resources to Help Youth Cope After a School Shooting

2023-08-29T13:27:47-04:00August 29, 2023|

As many of you already know, there was a shelter-in-place order on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill on Monday, August 28, due to the presence of an armed and dangerous person on or near campus. The assailant shot and killed a UNC faculty member before being taken into custody by UNC Police about an hour and a half after [...]

Executive Director’s Corner: Strategic Plan Progress

2023-06-27T19:55:55-04:00March 21, 2023|

Vann Pearsall Last year, following input from members and donors, the PCC Board approved the 2023-25 Strategic Plan to guide our growth and enhance our programs and services. Much work has been done already, and it’s my pleasure to share the progress after the first quarter of 2023. The first goal, and one of the utmost importance [...]

Achieving Whole Health – A New Approach for Veterans and the Nation

2023-06-27T19:46:56-04:00March 1, 2023|

EDITOR'S NOTE: PCC President Harold Kudler, MD, is involved in national and international efforts to improve health using talk therapy and psychoanalytically informed therapy whenever possible. He is too humble to share a c.v., but if you Google him, you will find many publications, Congressional testimonies, podcasts, videos, and more. He recently helped co-author a report by the National [...]

APsA Significantly Expands Membership Criteria

2023-06-27T19:52:01-04:00February 17, 2023|

On February 3, the American Psychoanalytic Association (now abbreviated as APsA) membership approved the Expanded Membership Bylaw by an 80.1% majority. This amendment opens up membership rights to dues-paying psychotherapists, academics, and those currently in training at APsA affiliate centers. While the details will need to be confirmed in committee nationally, here is an overview for those interested in [...]

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