Objecting, Subjecting, and Epistemic Diversity

My paper, “Objecting, Subjecting, and Epistemic Diversity” has been published in Theory and Psychology. It is a response to Barbara Held’s latest article on “Epistemic Violence in...

Guidance for Psychotherapists During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Jay Efran and I have published a new article providing guidance for psychotherapists during the coronavirus pandemic. The article applies a context-centered therapy approach to working with clients...

The Practice of Context-Centered Therapy

A new article in which I interview Jay Efran about how he structures his psychotherapy practice has appeared in the June 2020 issue of The Humanistic Psychologist: Raskin, J. D., & Efran. J. S....

Video Congratulations to Spring 2020 Graduates

Here’s a brief video to congratulate the Class of Spring 2020. Doesn’t make up for what they’re missing, but it’s one small way to celebrate their accomplishment. Hope you...

Division 32 President-Elect Column: “Acknowledging our Own Hostility”

Dr. Raskin’s president-elect column in the March 2020 newsletter of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association) is available online. It is...

Blog Post: Not so Great Expectations

My latest Psychology Today blog post, “Not so Great Expectations,” examines the psychological effects of permitting entitled rule-breaking....

New Book Review: Hostility and Psychiatry

Check out my new double new book review, which has appeared as an advance online publication: Hostility and Psychiatry: Spinning Our Wheels While Pretending to Know Review of Mind Fixers:...

New Book Review: Scapegoating CBT?

I just published a new book review, which has appeared as an advance online publication: Scapegoating CBT? Review of CBT: The Cognitive Behavioral Tsunami By Farhad Dalal London: Routledge, 2018,...

On Writing “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives”

Video of me at APA 2019 in Chicago discussing writing Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives....

Advice for Incoming College Students

New blog post at Psychology Today. Excerpt: If you avail yourself of all the phenomenal things that college has to offer, both in and out of the classroom, then you will suspend many of your...
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