Press Release

San Francisco Professors Present at 2016 APA Convention

Recently, instructors from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | San Francisco Bay Area presented at the 2016 American Psychological Association’s (APA) Convention. The event was held August 4-7, 2016 in Denver, Colorado.

 

The instructors who presented at the convention, and their presentation topics (please see highlighted names):

 

  • Barnett, M. (2016, August). Supporting growth and insight in both supervisor and supervisee. In C. Hobza (Chair), The challenges faced as a first year supervisor.
  • Benjamin J., Samuel, E., Ollen, E., Farhadi Langroudi, K., Avellar, T. R., (2016, August).  LGBTQ graduate students. In J. Benjamin (Chair), Considerations for internship climate.
  • Carlos, M.C. & Lund, E. (2016, August). Experiences of psychologists and psychology trainees with disabilities in assessment training.  In M.C. Carlos & J. Reesman (Co-chairs), Knowhow/Know how : Access to assessment training experiences for psychologists and trainees with disabilities.
  • Farhadi Langroudi, K., Ameen, E.,  Skinta, M., Sykes, B. (2016, August). Connecting with our queerness. In K. Farhadi Langroudi (Chair), Four contemporary takes on being an LGBTQ(A) psychologist.
  • Findley, E. (2016, August). Utilizing EFT case conceptualization within supervision relationships. In C. Hobza (Chair), The challenges faced as a first year supervisor.
  • Hobza, C. (2016, August). Supporting first time supervisors. In C. Hobza (Chair), The challenges faced as a first year supervisor. Symposium conducted at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Denver, CO.
  • Hobza, C. (2016, August). Getting the most from students. In H. Pade (Chair), Teaching psychological assessment: Instructor expectations and grading practices.
  • Hobza, C. (2016, August). Teaching and training psychological assessment to students with learning disabilities. In M.C. Carlos & J. Reesman (Co-chairs), Knowhow/Know how : Access to assessment training experiences for psychologists and trainees with disabilities.
  • Hobza, C. & Wong, M. (2016, August). Child collaborative/therapeutic learning disability assessments: An introduction to mood and affect.
  • Kadioglu, I. & Carlos, M.C. (2016, August). Exploring links between adult separation anxiety and attachment style in a Turkish sample.  
  • Lytle, P. & O’Banion, M. (2016, August). Teaching psychopathology to graduate students through the lens of social justice training.
  • Paik, W. (2016, August). Evaluating proficiency at different practicum levels. In C. Hobza (Chair), The challenges faced as a first year supervisor.
  • Randall, N. (2016, August). Integrative treatment of sex and intimacy issues in a VA setting: A pilot study.
  • Ross, C.N., Carlos, M.C., Hobza, C., & Lytle, P.F. (2016, August).  Self-competency as a mediator between personal stress and school stress in graduate students.
  • Ross, C.N., Kenny, A., Ostiguy, P., Armstrong, J. (2016, August). Differing perceptions of quality of life between caregivers and children with stroke.
  • Williams, J. (2016, August). Helping students work through barriers to writing assessment results. In C. Hobza (Chair), The challenges faced as a first year supervisor.

 

 

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