Welcome To The Connecticut Psychiatric Society's Website!

Dear Members,

I am Dr. Tichianaa Armah, President of the Connecticut Psychiatric Society, and it gives me immense pleasure to welcome you all to our newly redesigned website. This website is designed with you, our members, in mind, providing a one-stop resource center for all your professional needs and fostering stronger connections within our community.

Our revamped website offers a wealth of resources, from the latest psychiatric research and clinical best practices to upcoming events and continuing education opportunities. We have also introduced a members-only section for networking, sharing ideas, and having meaningful discussions on pressing issues in our field. This website serves not just as a resource hub but also as a virtual meeting place where we can all connect and collaborate.

As we continue to enhance and expand our online presence, we invite you to explore, engage, and provide us with your valuable feedback. Together, we can make this website a dynamic and vital part of our Society's mission to promote excellence in psychiatric care. Here's to new beginnings and stronger connections.


Warm Regards,

Tichianaa Armah, M.D., President, Connecticut Psychiatric Society

Join Us

The American Psychiatric Association and the Connecticut Psychiatric Society are organizations composed primarily of medical specialists who are qualified, or in the process of becoming qualified, as psychiatrists. APA and CPS have a dual membership requirement for members in the United States and Canada. This is terrific because it means with one dues payment you get access to the best federal, state, and local resources. Join APA/CPS by category at the links below:

Assistance: You may join APA/CPS online at the links above. If you have questions, you may call the APA Membership Department at (703) 907-8691 or click below.


Our Social Media

CPS has social-media platforms on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram — each offering a unique perspective and interaction with our community.

Why follow us?

Learning Opportunities: We'll be posting relevant articles, research findings, video lectures, webinars, and podcast episodes featuring experts from our field.

Engage & Discuss: Our channels are designed to promote active engagement among our members. Share your thoughts, start discussions, and let your voice be heard.

Stay Informed: Get details on society events, conferences, and symposiums. We'll ensure you don't miss any crucial dates or exciting opportunities.

Network: Connect with psychiatric professionals in Connecticut and elsewhere. Our society is a tapestry of individuals with diverse experiences and insights.