Did you know that by changing the quality of your thinking you can change the quality of your life? Changing our thoughts is a powerful and necessary step for growing our stories in ways we wish. Read more
“Neurodiversity” shapes our stories. Tom Head, a civil liberties expert, has defined neurodiversity as “…the idea that people experience the world differently based on their neurological attributes.” Read more
Have you ever felt “stuck” in your life, in your work or personal relationships? Maybe you’ve felt lonely or just plain bored. Or perhaps you’ve faced mental illness, depression, or anxiety, in yourself or a loved one Maybe you struggle with a physical illness. Read more
On December 6, 2012, I was awarded Proficiency in Personality Assessment by the Society for Personality Assessment Board of Trustees and Proficiency Committee. This is an excerpt, please read further! Read more
At the European Center for Therapeutic Assessment in Milan, Italy, June 2012, I facilitated discussion groups at the workshop “Working with Shame in Psychotherapy and Psychological Assessment.”
In July 2012, I was elected as Representative-At-Large of the Society for Personality Assessment Board of Trustees for a two-year term.
I was invited to join as a member of the Therapeutic Assessment Institute in June 2012. The Therapeutic Assessment Institute coordinates and sponsors training for those who wish to achieve certification in Therapeutic Assessment.
At an Essential Concepts and Skills Training workshop co-sponsored by the Therapeutic Assessment Institute and the Society for Personality Assessment, I will be co-leading role play breakout groups in which participants will practice the essential skills of therapeutic assessment. I will also be teaching about writing therapeutic stories for adults. The workshop will take place in Austin, Texas from June 4 through June 8, 2012.
On March 30, 2012, I presented to the members of the Center for Collaborative Psychiatry, Psychology, and Medicine on therapeutic neuropsychological assessment. My topic was “Getting In Clients’ Shoes via Psychological Tests: A Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment Case Discussion.”
At the Society for Personality Assessment Annual Meeting in Chicago from Mar 14-18, 2012, I chaired two panels. Stephen E. Finn and I co-chaired a panel titled “Getting in Clients’ Shoes via Psychological Tests: A Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment Case Discussion.” We were pleased that this panel was very well-attended and the audience participated in a lively discussion about the case we presented. I also chaired a symposium panel on “Using and Teaching the Written Word … Read more