The Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) distributes a monthly E-newsletter designed for members of the public on common and current psychological issues. I think it’s very good, and in my work I have forwarded it to parents and clients, encouraging them to sign up if they found it to be useful. It’s generally a short read but provides some really great information- on topics like parenting, stress, bullying/cyberbullying, dealing with coworkers, the economy, preparing for a new school year or vacation, and loss of a job or a loved one. Here is the link to past issues: (http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs050/1100463481128/archive/1102983541395.html).
You can also sign up on the PPA website if this is something you’d like to receive in your inbox. PPA also offers Mind-Body Health Workshops every June at their Annual Convention in Harrisburg, given by psychological professionals free of charge. Check it out: (http://www.papsy.org/pubic-workshops/). For students and professionals involved with PPA, why not sign up to give a workshop of your own on a subject you know about? It’s helpful for the public, you can add it to your CV, and you can get more speaking experience. Take care!