Category Archives: Presentations

Categorical Controversies: What’s New in the DSM-5?

I recently gave a presentation to the Hudson Valley Psychotherapist’s Guild entitled “Categorical Controversies: What’s New in the DSM-5?” Here’s a link to the Prezi I used as part of the presentation: http://prezi.com/h-psy79xqh89/categorical-controversies-whats-new-in-the-dsm-5/

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2014 NYMHCA Conference Presentation on Counselor Attitudes Toward DSM-5

I will be presenting a paper coauthored with Dr. Michael Gayle on counselor and psychologist attitudes toward the DSM-5 at the April 11-13 New York Mental Health Counselors Conference in Albany. Abstract Counselors were surveyed regarding their attitudes toward the … Continue reading

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Plenary Address at Personal Construct Congress

I will be giving a plenary address at the 20th International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology in Sydney, Australia. The title of the address is “Beyond Relativism and ‘Anything Goes': A PCP-based Constructivist Model of Ethical Meaning-Making.” Summary: Critics say … Continue reading

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Additional 2012 Presentations

I have the following additional presentations coming up this summer: Raskin, J. D. (2012, July). What’s coming in DSM-5 and what does it mean for psychotherapists? Workshop to be given at the 7th Biennial International Meaning Conference, Toronto. Raskin, J. D. (2012, July). Constructing … Continue reading

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