On my second day at the 115th annual American Psychological Association, I snagged three interesting interviews. The first is with Jan Martin, Ph.D. who is president-elect of the independent practice division. We discuss a number of issues of interest to clinical practitioners. The second interview is with Yosi Amaram (sp?), a doctoral student at the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology. He gave a fascinating presentation on his research about Spiritual Intelligence. The third interview is not an interview but a recording of two different parts of an address by Dr. Martin Seligman of the University of Pennsylvania on Positive Psychology, of which he is the founder and driving force. I comment extensively on the issue of whether psychologists should be involved in military interrogations and also read a number of listener e-mails.