Susan Torres-Harding
Dr. Torres-Harding is a tireless advocate and proponent of community psychology. Prof. Cami McBride, Phd Chair of the Department of Psychology

Prof. Susan Torres-Harding was elected President-Elect of the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA). Her 3-year term will commence in August during the American Psychological Association (APA) annual convention held in San Francisco. Prof. Torres-Harding is the director of Roosevelt’s Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) program.

“This election as President of SCRA is well deserved for Dr. Torres-Harding,” says Prof. Cami McBride. “Susan is a tireless advocate and proponent of community psychology, which she shares with Roosevelt students in her teaching, research and service.”

The Society for Community Research and Action is an organization for professionals and students in the field of community psychology. The organization is devoted to advancing theory, research, and social action. Its members are committed to promoting health and empowerment and to preventing problems in communities, groups, and individuals.

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