Approaches to Ethics in Psychology

This three-part series training is designed for mental health practitioners guidance on ethical decision-making and clinical and forensic challenges in professional practice.
November 5, 2014

The Gerontological Society of America’s Annual Scientific Meeting

The 67th annual meeting challenges researchers to present their best evidence on aging-related connections they investigate.
November 5-9, 2014

APA Clinician's Corner: Caregiver Family Therapy: An Integrative Intervention for Family Caregivers

Psychologists can help families address the challenges and opportunities of caregiving, and navigate the transitions.
November 7, 2014
Recent Press Releases

College Mental Health Primer Published by Higher Education and Psychological Organizations

Publication points out myths about mental health, provides resources for campuses
October 14, 2014

As Ebola Concerns Mount, Psychology Offers Guidance on Health-Risks Communication

What science reveals about importance of preparatory communication in large-scale incidents
October 8, 2014
APA in the News

Why are some men so angry?

Violence toward women may reflect a backlash against women’s rights and the social acceptability of male anger despite harmful effects
October 27, 2014, The Guardian

Exercise is good for children's brains, too

Regular physical activity is associated with enhanced cognitive performance in children
October 26, 2014,

Parliament shootings: People are resilient to trauma, psychiatrist says

Experts affirm that although traumatic events can provoke anxiety, most people are resilient
October 22, 2014,