Dr. Raskin presented at the 2022 American Psychological Association annual convention in Minneapolis as part of a symposium panel looking at DSM-5-TR and its alternatives. Chaired by clinical psychologist Todd DuBose, the panel included seminal representatives of various diagnostic approaches: Sarah Morris (Associate Head of Research Domain Criteria at the National Institute of Mental Health), Robert… Continue reading →
I appeared on British TV on July 23, 2022 to discuss a new study that says research doesn’t support the serotonin theory of depression.
My final Society for Humanistic Psychology presidential column examines how we can use humanistic psychology principles and practices to move forward together after the pandemic. Check it out here.
Dr. Raskin’s first column as 2020-21 president of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32 of the American Psychological Association) is available online. It is entitled “Can Humanistic Psychology Heal the World?” Click here to check it out.
In August 2020, I began my term as president of the American Psychological Association‘s Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32). I will serve as president through August 2021 and then serve as past-president from 2021 to 2022. Here’s a little more about the Society for Humanistic Psychology: The society represents a constellation of “humanistic psychologies” that… Continue reading →
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 entitled “Acknowledging our Own Hostility.” Click here to check it out.
I have been elected as president of the American Psychological Association‘s Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32). I will serve as president-elect during 2019-2020, president during 2020-2021, and past-president during 2021-2022. According to the Society for Humanistic Psychology website: The society represents a constellation of “humanistic psychologies” that includes the earlier Rogerian, transpersonal and existential orientations as… Continue reading →
On MIA Radio, MIA’s Jessica Janze interviewed Dr. Jonathan Raskin, in the Department of Psychology at the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he serves as department chair and teaches classes in psychology and counselor education. He recently authored a textbook titled Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives. Dr. Raskin describes a recent article he wrote… Continue reading →
I’m quoted in this article on the social benefits of learning to read body language, which appeared in Inc.com.
Check out Eric Maisel’s interview with me in Psychology Today about constructivism and ethical meaning-making. It is part of Eric’s blog series on the future of mental health.