American College of Psychiatry
Welcome to the American College of Psychiatry part of AU, an International Academy and College of Medical and Mental Health Practitioners, undertakes a diverse range of educational activities and clinical skills training programmes for healthcare professionals from all parts of the globe. The aim of the ACP is to disseminate information, and exchange medical knowledge, technical and technological expertise between the professionals working in varied healthcare settings in developed and developing nations. It is envisaged that bridging the knowledge, technical and skills gap between professionals from diverse backgrounds will lead to improvements in global health and, ultimately, benefit patient care.
The ACP runs numerous medical and dental educational and training programmes, which is managed by the Education and Editorial Board of the Academy. The cost involved to develop and run these educational programmes (including database and net management) is generated from the professional activities carried out by the Education and Editorial Board, who are permanent members of the American Academy of Medicine. and Psychoterapists from any part of the world are eligible for affiliate membership with the ACP, subject to verification of their professional registration with the respective board/council. Likewise, medical and dental students may be eligible for student membership, subject to verification of their registration with a recognised university or medical/dental school. All affiliate and student members, in addition to having the privilege of communicating with contemporaries globally, will also have access to numerous educational and teaching material at a subsidised cost that are available in the Academy website. They may also be eligible for attending, at subsidised rates, various educational courses and clinical skills training workshops conducted by the Academy. All members (affiliate or student) will be expected to uphold the values and ethos of the academy at all times.
we are members of Arizona Psychoanalytic Society, Internanational Neuropsychoanalytic Society, American Neuropsychiatry Association, European Psychiatry Association , represented by Dr. Zigmund Ziegler Cohen, full member representative of ACPM. and have a many branchs in South America Brazil with our partners: Universidade Aberta Immauel Kant, Instituto Superior de Ciencias e Educacao Brasiliense INSCIEB, Faculdade Einstein, Instituto de Psycanalise Humanista, Humanistic University of Americas, Erich Fromm World University. The membership of the College has grown to include a wide range of professionals from over 30 countries. Our M.D. membership includes psychiatrists, internists, gynecologists, general practitioners, pediatricians, dermatologists, and even some surgeons. Non-M.D. professionals include psychologists, nurses, social workers, and other health care practitioners. Many of our fellows are world renown leaders in research and academia. The website features online application for membership . We hope you find the website informative and visit us often to keep abreast of the many exciting trends emerging as the field of psychosomatic medicine continues to evolve. Our World Congress of Psychosomatic Medicine is held every two years.The Congresses feature a stimulating academic program that includes cutting-edge research in our field. They also provide a tremendous opportunity for our members to meet and interact with colleagues from all parts of the world. Many life-long friendships have been born at our congresses. We hope to see you at the next Congress, which will be held in Jerusalem, under the direction of Professor Zigmund Cohen. Abstracts are available for viewing.The ACPM is proud to offer the Psychosomatic Specialist Certificate to qualified ACPM members. The Member's Only section contains valuable papers, manuscripts, and other academic materials relating to psychosomatic medicine. Please contact the ACPM administrator at for a user name and password. An exciting new feature is a monthly commentary on an article selected from one of our journals: Journal of Psychosomatic Research and Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. The commentaries have been especially stimulating, and we encourage any of our members to contribute. Anyone interested in writing a commentary can volunteer by contacting Abraham Breuer.