Psych Congress is an annual conference designed to meet the educational needs of U.S.-based mental health care professionals. Now in its 29th year, this four-day event offers sessions and symposia dedicated to the most pressing topics in mental health today, presented by renowned faculty from the nation’s leading institutions. Psych Congress also features a separate exhibit hall where an expected 100+ companies and organizations will feature products and services relevant to the practice of psychiatry.
What makes Psych Congress 2016 so unique?
Whether you are a proud alumnus or potential first-timer, here are just a few defining characteristics of Psych Congress and why you should absolutely join us in San Antonio for the 2016 national conference:
We are the nation's leading independent, cross-discipline educational conference dedicated to psychopharmacology, psychotherapy and wellness.
Our educational sessions focus on current and emerging mental health treatment strategies, as well as implementing measurement-based care in everyday clinical practice.
Our popular maximum credit package allows for attendees to earn up to a whopping 70 CME/CE credit hours.*
*Available credit hours subject to change
The North American Center for Continuing Medical Education, LLC (NACCME) is committed to developing and disseminating live, print, and web-based CME/CE activities to provide an educational forum through which healthcare practitioners may examine current medical issues, therapies, and technologies. The content of NACCME-sponsored CME/CE activities is designed to bridge the gap between current and best healthcare practices and to improve healthcare quality by strengthening practitioner awareness of evidence-based patient care advances in a broad range of therapeutic areas. NACCME produces CME/CE activities for physicians, pharmacists, podiatrists, nurses, physician assistants, and other allied healthcare professionals. The objective of the NACCME CME/CE program is to increase healthcare practitioner knowledge, competence, and performance, thereby improving patient outcomes.