Jonathan D. Raskin
Professor and Chair, Psychology & Counselor Education / SUNY New Paltz
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Seminar: Hot Topics in Abnormal Psychology
Seminar: The DSM-5 Controversy
History and Systems of Psychology
Contemporary Issues: Diagnostic Alternatives
Contemporary Issues: Constructivist Counseling
Contemporary Issues: The DSM-5 Controversy
Internship in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Psychology Today Blog
Department of Psychology
Blog Post: “Sorry, I’m Gonna Have to Let You Go” as an Act of Bad Faith
Phone call etiquette and existential freedom Ever end a call by saying “I’m gonna have to let you go?” Let’s examine why this is...
Read Chapter 1 of “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives”
Check out Chapter 1 of my new textbook, Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives. Are you an instructor who is considering adopting the book for your class?...
Spring 2019 Class and Required Book
For Spring 2019, I will be teaching: PSY412 Abnormal Psychology The required book to purchase for this class is as follows: Raskin, J. D....
Winter ’18-19 Classes and Required Books
For Winter 2018-19, I will be teaching one undergraduate and one graduate class: PSY498 Seminar in Psychology (Topic: Hot Topics in Abnormal Psychology) COU585...
My Abnormal Psychology Textbook Published
From the publisher’s website: This groundbreaking core textbook offers a comprehensive overview of different approaches to the assessment and treatment of psychological disorders. The...
What Will Instructor’s Like About “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives?”
In this video, I talk about three things instructors will like about my textbook, “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives.”
Dare You Take Someone Else’s Perspective?
New Psychology Today blog post on the potential power of empathy in today’s contentious world.
Diagnostic Perspectives in Abnormal Psychology
In this video I explain how my textbook, Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives includes DSM, ICD, PDM, HiTOP, and PTM perspectives on diagnosis.
Flyer for “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives”
What’s New in the ICD-11?
The new ICD-11 was released a few weeks ago. Here’s a blog post of mine that examines some of the noteworthy changes (for better...
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