NYMHCA Presentations

I gave two presentations at the April 2012 convention of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association (NYMHCA):

  1. Raskin, J. D. (2012, April). How do clients change in counseling? A constructivist view. Paper presented at the Biennial Convention of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association, Albany, NY.
  2. Rust, J. P., Raskin, J. D. , & Hill, M. S. (2012, April). Problems of professional competence among counselor trainees. Paper presented at the Biennial Convention of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association, Albany, NY.

NYMHCA

2012 Conference Presentations

I have a number of conference presentations coming up in 2012. Here is what is scheduled so far:

  1. Elkins, D. N., Farley, F., Kammens, S. R., Raskin, J. D., Robbins, B.D., & Rockwell, D. (2012, March). A most dangerous manual. Panel to be presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Pittsburgh.

  2. Raskin, J. D. (2012, March). Ernst von Glasersfeld, radical constructivism, empirically supported treatments, and psychotherapeutic change. Paper to be presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Pittsburgh.

  3. Raskin, J. D. (2012, March).  Social justice counseling: A constructivist  appraisal. Paper to be presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, Pittsburgh.

  4. Raskin, J. D. (2012, April). How do clients change in counseling? A constructivist view. Paper to be presented at the Biennial Convention of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association, Albany, NY.

  5. Rust, J. P., Raskin, J. D. , & Hill, M. S. (2012, April). Problems of professional competence among counselor trainees. Paper to be presented at the Biennial Convention of the New York Mental Health Counselors Association, Albany, NY.

  6. Raskin, J. D. (2012, July). Constructing and deconstructing DSM-5: The Open Letter Committee story. Keynote to be given at the 15th Biennial Conference of the Constructivist Psychology Network, Arlington, TX.

Constructivism Lecture at TLC’s Faculty Retreat

I will be giving a reprise of my October 2011 presentation, “Constructivism and the Myth of Instructive Interaction,” at the SUNY New Paltz Teaching and Learning Center faculty retreat on Wednesday, January 18 at 9:30 AM. The lecture will address the basics of constructivist theory and constructivism’s relevance for thinking about teaching.

Here is a PDF of the PowerPoint slides for this presentation:
Constructivism and Instructive Interaction TLC

For more on constructivism, check out the website of the Constructivist Psychology Network.

Constructivism Lecture at TLC

I will be giving a lecture, “Constructivism and the Myth of Instructive Interaction,” at the SUNY New Paltz Teaching and Learning Center on Friday, October 21 at 11:00 AM. The lecture will address the basics of constructivist theory and constructivism’s relevance for thinking about teaching. Hope to see you there!

Here is a PDF of the PowerPoint slides for this presentation:
Constructivism and Instructive Interaction TLC

For more on constructivism, check out the website of the Constructivist Psychology Network.

Constructivist Psychology Network

PCP2011 Congress Participation

I am co-organizing the 19th International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology, which will be held in Boston July 18-22, 2o11.

At the congress, I am presenting a paper with graduate student Benjamin Brett: “Stigma and the Reverse Golden Section Among Counselors.”

I am also moderating a discussion panel entitled “Personal Construct Psychology, Radical Constructivism, and Social Constructionism–Points of Contact and Divergence.” The panel participants are Bill Warren, Jay Efran, and Sheila McNamee.