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135 Using the MMPI-2-RF in Police
and Public Safety Evaluations
134 Psychotherapy With Boys and
Men Who Were Sexually Abused
In this intermediate workshop, the presenters analyze the
scope of childhood sexual abuse, including the abuse of boys
by members of the clergy. The characteristics and ploys of
perpetrators who target boys and the psychological, emotional, and physical impact of sexual abuse on male survivors
will be highlighted. A gender-sensitive process of psychotherapy and several interventions tailored to the needs of boys
and men from various cultural backgrounds who have suffered
sexual abuse will be described, and film clips featuring survivors shown.
Leaders: Mark S. Kiselica, PhD, The College of New Jersey; Andrew M.
Kiselica, BA, University of South Florida; Christian B. Kiselica, AA, Bucks
Country Community College
This intermediate workshop presents an evidence-based
approach to using the MMPI-2-RF—the most recent version of
the MMPI—in police and public safety evaluations. The workshop begins with an overview of pre-employment psychological
evaluations and fitness-for-duty evaluations of police and public
safety candidates and personnel, with an emphasis on consideration of guidelines available to practitioners who conduct
them, followed by an overview of the MMPI-2-RF. A detailed
discussion of the empirical evidence available to guide its use in
police and public safety evaluations follows.
Leaders: David M. Corey, PhD, Independent Practice, Lake Oswego, OR;
Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD, Kent State University
Full-Day Workshops (CONTINUED)
8:00 a.m.–3: 50 p.m.
RIDAY, AUGUST 8, 2014
ENROLLMENT LIMI T
CE CREDI TS
Complimentary Continental breakfast will be provided
to workshop attendees each morning from 7:00–8:00 a.m.