Henry Saeman passed away May 13, 2003, in Columbus, Ohio, less than two weeks after his 76th birthday. He founded the National Psychologist in 1991 and was its managing editor until his death. For the last half-dozen years, Henry suffered from myelofibrosis, a rare blood disease. He was doing relatively well until approximately two weeks […]Continue Reading ...
The American Psychological Association will hold its 2003 convention Aug. 7-10 in Toronto as scheduled — probably. Scares over SARS outbreaks in Toronto placed the convention in doubt for three months, but the association’s CEO, Norman Anderson, Ph.D., announced June 9 that the board of directors has voted to proceed as planned. “The consensus of […]Continue Reading ...
The National Mental Health Association (NMHA) is reporting that states continue to underfund mental health services, and that the situation will probably get worse under growing budget deficits. The NMHA survey found that in the past year, 29 states cut mental health funding and more than 35 anticipate cuts in 2004. In addition, the organization […]Continue Reading ...
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