Feature

As part of APA President Norine G. Johnson's Presidential Miniconvention, "Psychology Builds a Healthy World: New Markets, New Research," three distinguished psychologists will give presentations on building better workplaces, families and communities:

  • Susan Pick, PhD, on "Healthy sexuality for all: the role of psychology," Sunday, Aug. 26, 1 p.m.

  • William Pollack, PhD, on "Real boys, real girls, real parents: preventing violence through family connection," Saturday, Aug. 25, 9 a.m.

  • James Campbell Quick, PhD, on "Working together: balancing head and heart," Monday, Aug. 27, 9 a.m.

Here is a peek at Pollack and Quick's convention talks. (Pick's work in developing healthy sexuality programs was featured in the April Monitor.)

Building a healthy workplace
Military psychologist James Campbell Quick will share insights garnered from a career of building better workplaces.

Fostering family health
Prevention and intervention programs for teens require family involvement, says William Pollack.

Further Reading

APA's Annual Convention will be held Aug. 24-28 in San Francisco. See the APA Convention Web site for more information.