Dr. Lilli Friedland has made presentations on numerous occasions to different professional and community organizations, and at conferences throughout  the country and Canada for over two decades. Her major presentations are listed below.

August 8, 2014 - "Past, Present and Future of eHealth Interventions - A Panel Discussion of Critical Issues: Big                            Data, E-Health and Decision," American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC



May, 2014 - "How Bias Influences Change in Family Businesses," PDFB, Psychodynamics of Family Business,                            Chicago, IL


March, 2011 - “Neuroscience of Decision-Making”-Psychodynamics of Family Business, Chicago, IL


December, 2010 - “Family Business: Learn What Works and What Doesn’t,” sponsored by Blank Rome and Family                      Business Magazine Los Angeles, CA 


August, 2006 - "Family Business Succession: Leadership Development and Planning, Aug. 2006, New Orleans,                          LA


August, 2004 - "Measuring the ‘Value Added’ to Corporations by Consultants," American Psychological Association                      Convention, Honolulu, HI


February, 2004 - "The Trusted Advisors: The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Consultants to Executives,"                                  American Psychological Association’s Society of Consulting Psychology, Pasadena, CA


August, 2003 - "The Business Psychologist as a Management Consultant," American Psychological Association                          Convention, Toronto, Canada


August, 2002 - "The Cutting Edge of Health Psychology: Psychologists as Change Experts,” American                                          Psychological Association, Chicago, IL


January 17, 2002 - "Psychological Aspects of Family Wealth and Business Succession Planning, Estate                                        Counselors Forum, Los Angeles, CA


August, 2001 - "Application of New Technologies," American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA


October,  2000 - "Women in Leadership for UCLA Extension," conference coordinator


October, 1999 - California Psychological Association on the role of expert witnesses in sexual harassment cases,                        conference coordinator


March, 1999 - Executive Coaching and Corporate Consultation, California Psychological Association Convention,                        San Diego, CA


                     - The Psychologist Role in Sexual Harassment Cases – California Psychological Association                                    Convention, San Diego, CA


October, 1997 - Introduction to Forensic Psychology: Civil Law Cases, L.A. County Psychological Association                              Convention, Los Angeles, CA


                        - Ethical Dilemmas for Psychologists Working in the Media and the New Technologies; L.A. County                         Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA


May 2&9, 1997 - Use of Expert Psychologist When Truth is the Key Issue, Labor Law Section, California State Bar,                      Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA


September, 1996 - Communication Strategies, LA Police Department Psychologists


August, 1996 - Scientist-Practitioner Split - Lessons in Institutional Conflict and Resolution, American                                            Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada


                      - The Media and Its Messages for Women, American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada


                      - Sharing Perspectives of the Changes in Media Psychology, American Psychological Association,                          Toronto, Canada


                      - Advanced Media Training for Psychologists, American Psychological Association, Aug. 1996,                                Toronto, Canada


                      - Talk Shows -Media Influencing the Public and the Public Influencing the Media, American                                       Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada


May, 1996 - Making the Family Portrait Real, Harris Bank Conference on Family Business, Los Angeles, CA


March, 1996 - Psychologists Reaching Out to the Community Through the Media, Mid-winter Convention, APA,                              Scottsdale, AZ


                     - Ethical Dilemmas and Risks for Psychologists Working with the Media, CA Psychological                                          Association, La Jolla, CA


                     - Ethics and Media Psychology - California Psychological Association, Annual Meeting,San Diego, CA


April, 1995 - Leadership Through Legislation: the CA Psychological Association's  Seventh Annual Leadership and                        Advocacy Conference, Sacramento, CA


1994 - Standards and Ratings in the Media as Used by Adolescent Viewers, US Violence and the Media, American                       Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA


August, 1994 - Advanced Communications Training Workshop, American Psychological Association, Los Angeles,                       CA    

                      - First All-Day Interactive Media Program, Coordinator, American Psychological Association, Los                               Angeles, CA


May, 1994 - Effects of Viewing Violence, International Society for Adolescent Medicine, Los Angeles, CA


April, 1994 - Media Skills for Psychologists, Virginia Psychological Association, Virginia


August, 1993 - Media Skills for Psychologists, American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada

                      - Future Trends in the Written Media, American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada


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