June 2014 | Monitor on Psychology | Vol. 45 No. 6
COVER: Climate change communication heats up
Climate change communication heats up
Environmental scientists, teachers, advocates and others are turning to psychologists’ research to help them educate the public about climate change.
News from APA’s Center for Workforce Studies
The legendary newscaster and mental health advocate will talk about her experience with bipolar disorder and her work to inspire reinvention.
New initiative brings a more coordinated, holistic approach to APA’s work on military issues.
After 14 years of pioneering contributions to psychology education, APA education chief Cynthia D. Belar is retiring.
Psychologists are studying how early deprivation harms children — and how best to help those who have suffered from neglect.
Patients, caregivers and even psychologists are using blogs and other social media to help each other — and themselves.
Psychological healing is central to care at a UCLA program for veterans and their families.
The arts provide the opportunity to explore our inner inspirations and depths, and not surprisingly, psychologists seem to have an affinity for artistic expression. This small sample shows how psychologists are using their love of music, dance and the visual arts to help others, to study human processes and simply to express themselves.
Psychologists are using painting, music and other forms of art to heal, educate and strengthen communities.
APA’s divisions pick their top programs for the association’s 2014 Annual Convention in Washington, D.C., Aug. 7–10. All are welcome!
Father of 11, Indian Health Service psychologist and former Olympian
CANDIDATES FOR APA PRESIDENT
Members will elect the association’s next president this fall.