Treating Children's Psychosocial Problems in Primary Care
A volume in the series: Series in Applied Psychology. Editor(s): Hobfoll.
The Forum that led to this volume was the thirteenth in an on-going annual series sponsored by the Applied Psychology Center (APC) at Kent State University. The resources and programs of the APC allowed for the prominent clinicians and scholars to attend the meeting and interact informally in the picturesque and relaxing atmosphere of the Inn at Honey Run in the heart of the Amish area of Northeast Ohio. This environment nurtured interaction among the participants for three days and permitted all to leave the Forum with ideas well beyond those presented in the text. We are grateful to the APC for facilitating this endeavor. The editors would especially like to acknowledge the on-going contribution of Kathy Floody, without whose help neither the Forum nor this book would exist. Kathy arranged for every detail of the Forum, from transportation plans, rooms, food, and drink, to scheduling of papers, discussions, and tours of the local area. Kathy compulsively reviewed all chapters for references, errors, and oversights and maintained a positive disposition and encouraging demeanor throughout the process. The success of the Forum was as much Kathy’s doing, as it was the responsibility of the scholars who participated.