SATUrDAY, August 3, 2013
afternoon half-day workshops
1:00–4: 50 p.m.
Workshop 168 is part of our special featured theme track dedicated to Technology in Psychology Practice,
Education, Science, and Research.
168 introduction to the
administration of commonly
used clinical assessments in a
This intermediate workshop trains practitioners in Q-interactive, a
new technology that uses tablet devices to assist in the administration
of commonly used assessments such as the WAIS-IV and WISC-IV,
among others. Participants will learn about the development of
Q-interactive, obtain hands-on experience administering it in small-group formats, and discuss data that assesses the equivalency of
results obtained from digital and paper formats of tests.
Leaders: Dustin Wahlstrom, PhD, and Lawrence G. Weiss, PhD, Pearson,
San Antonio, TX; Linda Gerardi, MBA, Pearson, Upper Saddle River, NJ
Workshop 169 is part of Dr. Donald Bersoff’s Presidential Programming.
169 microaggressions in everyday
Life: clinical and institutional
Microaggressions have been shown to trigger breakdowns in
communication, which can lead to impasses in psychotherapy and
disrupted learning in the classroom. This introductory workshop
introduces microaggressions, their consequences, and how they
present in clinical and educational settings and presents practical
skills for facilitating microaggressive encounters. The dynamics
and theory of microaggressions and audiovisual examples will be
presented. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in
practical application of facilitation skills to address microaggressions
throughout the workshop.
Leaders: David P. Rivera, PhD, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ; Nicole L.
Watkins Jackson, PhD, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System/VA Medical Center,
Murfreesboro, TN; Kevin L. Nadal, PhD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice-City University of New York, New York, NY
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