Posts by Jonathan Raskin

Objecting, Subjecting, and Epistemic Diversity

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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 Psychological Science.” Full reference: Raskin, J. D. (2020). Objecting, subjecting, and epistemic diversity: A response to Held. Theory and Psychology, 30(2), 394-399.

Guidance for Psychotherapists During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Raskin with coronavirus article

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 during these difficult times. Reference: Raskin, J. D., & Efran, J. S. (2020). The coronavirus in context: Guidance for psychotherapists during a pandemic. Journal of Humanistic Psychology.… Continue reading

The Practice of Context-Centered Therapy

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Raskin holding The Humanistic Psychologist

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. (2019). The practice of context-centered psychotherapy: A conversation with Jay Efran. The Humanistic Psychologist, 48, 202-2019. Full text available on ResearchGate.… Continue reading

New Book Review: Hostility and Psychiatry

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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: Psychiatry’s Troubled Search for the Biology of Mental Illness, by Anne Harrington. Norton, 2019, 366 pp. ISBN 978-0-393-07122-1 (hardcover) and The Great Pretender, by Susannah… Continue reading

Spring 2020 Books for COU540 Psychopathology

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Front and back cover, "Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives"

For Spring 2020, I will be teaching: COU540 Psychopathology The three required books to purchase for this class are as follows: Raskin, J. D. (2019). Abnormal psychology: Contrasting perspectives. London, England: Red Globe Press/Macmillan International Higher Education. You may purchase the book in either hard copy or electronic format. Hard copies can be purchased from the… Continue reading

Books for Winter 2019-20 Classes

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For my two Winter 2019-20, here are the required books: PSY440 Clinical and Counseling Psychology Pomerantz, A. M. (2020). Clinical psychology: Science, practice, and culture (5th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. The books is available from a variety of sellers, including Amazon and the Campus Bookstore. COU585 Contemporary Issues in Counseling No required books; all readings… Continue reading

New Book Review: Scapegoating CBT?

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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, 197 pp., $29.50 USD, ISBN 978-1-78220-664-4 (paperback). Reviewed in the Journal of Constructivist Psychology by Jonathan D. Raskin, Department of Psychology, State University of New York at… Continue reading