Welcome to the Educational Resources area of the American Psychosomatic Society (APS). The resources included here are offered by the Professional Education Committee of APS as a professional and scholarly resource in support of the APS mission to further the integration biological, psychological, and social factors in medicine.
The materials are continually updated, so the materials available at any one time may be limited, and may not necessarily represent the entirety of the discipline.
The materials are designed for use by professionals and trainees in the area of health and medicine, and are typically not intended for use by the general public. For example, presentations included on this website may include basic research findings that may not directly apply to everyday life. These materials are therefore not intended to diagnose or treat any specific condition. As well, the research findings and views presented do not necessarily represent the consensus of the APS membership or management. Use of this website indicates that you agree to properly credit the original author(s) if you use any material in any way other than viewing on this website.
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