FEDERATION OF TEXAS PSYCHIATRY

   A United Voice for Texas Psychiatry

The Federation of Texas Psychiatry unites Texas' professional psychiatric organizations. Voting member organizations - the Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians, the Texas Academy of Psychiatry, and the Texas Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Associate member organizations - the Texas Foundation for Psychiatric Education and Research, the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association and the Texas Medical Association - together represent about 45,000 physicians in Texas united in advocacy for patients and quality psychiatric care.


 

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TEXAS SOCIETY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY

The Texas Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (TSCAP), a Regional Council of The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, was founded in October 1966 and Incorporated in 1967 as a nonprofit organization. The society is dedicated to the care and treatment of mental illness specializing in children and adolescents.

TSCAP is governed by its Executive Committee, elected by the membership. Currently, there are 400 plus trained and licensed psychiatric physician (MD/DO) members.

The objectives of TSCAP are as follows:

To provide a forum for the discussion of subjects related to normal growth and development and normal emotional needs of children and adolescents.

To provide a forum for discussion of subjects related to pathological states of children and adolescents.

To provide the means for the exchange of ideas, relative to the resources and needs of this state and region.

To provide a discussion group for the advancement of child and adolescent psychiatry.

To promote those professions and fields allied to child and adolescent psychiatry which endeavor to meet the emotional needs of children and adolescents.

To provide information, opinion, and research capacity, to advocate for the maintenance of established resources, and to promote the establishment of practices which contribute to the mental health of children and adolescents.

To facilitate communication with other organizations of child and adolescent psychiatrists.
 


LEADERSHIP 2014-2015

OFFICERS

President

Dawnelle Schatte, MD (2014-15)

President-Elect

Jodie-Trello-Rishel, MD (2014-15)

Secretary/Treasurer

Brigitte Y. Bailey, MD (2014-15)

Immediate Past President

Rene Olvera, MD (2014-15)

COUNCILORS

Urszula B. Kelley, MD (2013-16)

Karen D. Wagner, MD, PhD (2014-17)

Kirti Saxena, MD (2012-15)

 

AACAP DELEGATES

Brigitte Y. Bailey, MD (2013-16)

James D. Norcross, MD (2012-15)

Regina Cavanaugh, MD (2012-15)

Nakia Scott, MD (2013-16)

Benigno J. Fernandez, MD (2014-17)

Karen Dineen Wagner, MD, PhD (2012-15)

R. Andrew Harper, MD (2014-17)

 

AACAP ALTERNATE DELEGATES

Manish Aligeti, MD (2013-16)

Steven Pliszka, MD (2012-15)

Dhaval H. Parikh, MD (2014-17)

 

 

2015 Annual Convention and Scientific Program


WHEN: July 17-19, 2015


WHERE: Omni Hotel
Fort Worth, Texas
Phone: 800-THE-OMNI reservations

 



For additional information, please contact:

Debbie Sundberg, Assistant Director
401 West 15th Street, Suite 675
Austin, Texas 78701
Phone: (512) 478-0605
Fax: (512) 478-5223
E-mail: TSCAPofc@aol.com
 

 

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Last modified: 02/12/14