[DIV28SUPER] Inge Missmahl, Temple Grandhin & Lots More- Convention Plenaries

Each APA convention the Board of Convention Affairs sponsors a number of outstanding and carefully selected Plenary Sessions at APA convention. Many of these occur today, Friday 8-8-2014, . most in the 1:00 to 1:50PM, 2:00 to 2:50PM, and 3:00 to 3:50PM time slots.  Check out the APA convention program, pages 21 to 33 (or the on line app) to see the full list of this year's offerings.

This year's plenaries include:

Up Close and Personal, Alan Kazdin, PhD, 1-250PM (#2230; CC150A) 

Scientific Update on Sport-Related Concussion: What Does the Evidence Tell Us? Michael A. McCrae,  PhD, 1-150PM (#331, CC150B)

Helping Different Kinds of Minds to Succeed, Temple Grandin, PhD, 2-250 (#3317, CC146A)

Treating People in Seemingly Hopeless Situations, Inge Missmahl, Dipl, 2-250PM (#2249; CC151A)

Evidence for a Humanistic Understanding of Psychotherapy, Bruce Wampold, PhD, 3-350 (#2276; CC150B)

Caution: Immigration Can be Harmful to Your Mental Health, J. Manuel Casas, PhD  (#3354;CC152B)

and many, many more!

And don't forget the 2nd annual APA Film Festival featuring an exciting collection of psychology-relevant films (see pp. 38-42 of the convention program or on-line app).

Rodney L. Lowman, PhD
Board of Convention Affairs​
Distinguished Professor, CSPP/Alliant International University
Editor, Fundamentals of Consulting Psychology Book Series,
    American Psychological Association
President, Lowman & Richardson/Consulting Psychologists
San Diego, California
rllowman@gmail.com 619-303-4802

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