Integrate and Translate Assessment Data into Client Questions (part 2)
Integrate and Translate Assessment Data into Client Questions: Working on Individualized Case Conceptualizations
June 29 and 30 | 10:00 am - 2:00 pm (eastern)
To register for this event, please visit the Part 1 of this event.
Presenters will share a model for thinking through complicated multi-method assessment cases integrating data from self-report, performance based assessment, cognitive testing, etc. They will lead you through the testing materials by linking data to the client’s level of understanding using the rubric of level 1, 2, 3. Then they will help you integrate a theoretical framework that helps the client change his narrative into a more compassionate and accurate narrative while also answering the Assessment Questions. The last part of the training will involve helping participants formulate hypotheses for the Assessment Intervention Session.
Participants will practice applying the model using a case example. Participants attending the course should have knowledge of at least one self-report, cognitive measure, and performance based assessment test.
Goals and Objectives:
1. Integrate multiple sources of data in an individualized manner relevant to the client.
2. Identify key points in addressing clients’ and referring professional questions for the assessment using the conceptualization.
3. Integrate data for one example case.
This is an introductory workshop for psychologists and graduate students at all levels of training.
Registration is now open.
Pamela Schaber, PhD, is a psychologist from Austin, TX in private practice affiliated with the Center for Therapeutic Assessment. She is a founding member of the Therapeutic Assessment Institute. As part of her duties for the TAI, she trains and supervises other psychologists in the skills and method of TA. She also serves on the executive committee for the TAI and is an associate editor for the TA Connection. Dr. Schaber is certified in all forms of TA (child, adolescent, adult, and couples).
Hilde De Saeger, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist in the Netherlands and Belgium. She works at the Viersprong, a specialized clinic for the assessment and treatment of adults and adolescents with severe personality pathology and conduct disorders. Her work mostly consists of assessment and providing trainings and supervision on assessment and Therapeutic Assessment both national and international. She published several papers on psychological assessment.
The Society for Personality Assessment (SPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
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