Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry

Welcome

The Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP) is an organization of nationally respected psychiatrists dedicated to shaping psychiatric thinking, public programs and clinical practice in mental health. GAP meets twice a year at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in White Plains, New York.

Article--Medicare Managed Mental Health Care: A Looming Crisis

by the GAP Committee on Aging, July, 2005

Circular Letter #597

Pre-Spring Meeting, March, 2006

Circular Letter #596

Post-Fall  Meeting, December, 2005

Circular Letter #595

Pre-Fall Meeting, October, 2005

Circular Letter #594

Post-Spring  Meeting, March, 2005

Circular Letter #593

Pre-Spring  Meeting, March, 2005

Circular Letter #592

Post-Fall Meeting, December, 2004

Article--Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults: Clinical Information for Primary Care Physicians

by the GAP Committee on Psychopathology,  September, 2004

GAP Press Kit

by the GAP Board, May, 2004

Circular Letter #591

Pre-Fall Meeting, September 2004

Circular Letter #590

Post-Spring Meeting, June 2004

Presentation: The Role of Personal Psychotherapy in Residency Education

GAP Plenary Session, November 1, 2002

GAP Fellowship Brochure

by the GAP Fellowship Committee, November, 2003

Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Psychiatric Disorder

by the GAP Committee on Psychopharmacology, September 2003

The Medical Student Survival Guide

by the GAP Committee on Medical Education, June 2003.

Coping with a National Tragedy

links relevant to disasters, terrorism, stress, & debriefing

Patient Care and the Future of Psychiatry in the Age of Managed Care

a GAP position paper.