Saybrook University Events

07/22/2011

Catch Saybrook at this year's APA in Washington D.C.

Saybrook University is always well represented at the American Psychological Association, with faculty, alumni, and students making presentations, leading panels, and holding debates.

This year they’ll be presenting on everything from using expressive arts in the workplace to hypnosis and cyberspace.

Saybrook’s annual APA convention dinner, sponsored by Dr. Stanley Krippner and the Saybrook Alumni Association, will be held on Friday, August 5, from 6 - 9 p.m., at Clyde’s of Gallery Place (707 7th Street, NW, Washington, D.C.).

RSVP REQUIRED

To RSVP, or for more information, email Saybrook Alumni Director George Aiken, or call:  415-394-5968

A list of Saybrook faculty, student, and alumni presentations at this year’s APA (Aug 4-7) is below:

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- Terri Goslin-Jones, PhD - Saybrook Alumna

Division 32

Poster Session

Using Expressive Arts to Cultivate a Person's Fuller Potential in the Workplace

Title of Session: First Annual Humanistic Science Festival--Conversational Space for Sharing Innovative Methods, Emergent Findings, and Implications of Research

Date: Thursday, August 4, 3:00-3:50 p.m.

Halls D and E, Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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- Terri Goslin-Jones, PhD - Saybrook Alumna

Division 10

Poster Session

Perceived Effects of Person-Centered Expressive Arts on One's Work

Title of Session: Aesthetics and the Arts (Poster Session)

Date: Sunday, August 7, 2011, 11:00-11:50 a.m.

Halls D and E, Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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- Ruth Richards, MD, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

Creative Normalcy - What is normal, what is healthy? Symposium: Creativity and Healing (This symposium introduces the shiny new 2nd Ed. of the Encyclopedia of Creativity)

Chair: Steve Pritzker - Saybrook Faculty

Saturday 8-6

8-10 a.m.

Room 143B

Convention Center

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- Ruth Richards, MD, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

Annual Debate, Division 10 (DON'T MISS THIS ONE!)

Is Creativity Necessarily a Good Thing?

Ruth Richards and Jonathan Plucker are addressing

Creativity and Creators: ANGELS (Ruth) or Demons (Jonathan)?

Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

Saturday 8-6

Rm. 3, Noon to 1 p.m.

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- Stan Krippner, PhD, Chair - Saybrook Faculty

- Ruth Richards, MD, PhD, Discussant - Saybrook Faculty

Symposium (S): Debating Psychic Experience; Human Potential or Human Illusion?

THIS ONE HAS RECENTLY BEEN CHANGED TO A ROOM FOR N = 410 PEOPLE, SO THEY ARE EXPECTING A BIG TURNOUT...STAN'S NEW BOOK, FOR WHICH RUTH DID THE FOREWORD, AND SOME AMAZING PRESENTERS - Ruth Richards.

Thursday, 8-4-11

Room 202B

9 to 11 a.m.

Convention Center

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-Stan Krippner, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

Symposium Chair

-Elliot Benjamin PhD - Saybrook Student

Consciousness-Expanding Practices, Near-Death Experiences, and the Phenomenon of Afterlife Communication

Paper Session

Elliot Benjamin PhD, MEdParticipant/1stAuthor

Extended Science, Experiential Analysis, and the Phenomenon of Afterlife Communications of Mediums

Division(s): 32, 24

Room 204C

Day/Time: Thu/11:00AM - 11:50AM

Convention Center

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-Stan Krippner, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

-Steven R. Pritzker, PhD - Saybrook Faculty - Chair

-Ruth Richards MD, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

-Tobi Zausner PhD, LCSW - Saybrook Faculty

Creativity and Healing

Symposium, Division: 10

Stanley C. Krippner PhD Participant/1stAuthor

Unexpected Creative Insights Into the Healing Process

Ruth Richards MD, PhD Participant/1stAuthor

Creative Normalcy: What Is Normal, What Is Healthy?

Tobi Zausner PhD, LCSW Participant/1stAuthor

Archetypal Imagery and the Quest for Wholeness

Room 143B

Room Location: Street Level

Day/Time: Sat/8:00AM - 8:50AM

Convention Center

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-Stan Krippner, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

Chair

Symposium, Division(s): 32, 24

Inward and Outward Expansion of Consciousness---From Memory to Narrative and Ec-Static Living Room 103A

08/06/2011

2:00PM - 2:50PM

Convention Center

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- Elliot Benjamin, PhD - Saybrook Student

Extended Science, Experiential Analysis, and the Phenomenon of

Afterlife Communications of Mediums

Generic session entitled: Consciousness Expanding Practices,

Near-Death Experiences, and the Phenomenon

of Afterlife Communication

Thursday 8/4/11

11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

Room 204C

Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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- Paul Kimmel, PhD - Discussion Leader - Saybrook Part Time Faculty

Proactive Code of Conduct for Peace Psychologists

Hospitality Suite of Division 48

Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict

Grand Hyatt Hotel

Thursday, August 4th from 5 - 7 pm.

This should be a very relevant and lively session for Saybrook.

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- Selene Kumin Vega, PhD - Saybrook Alumna and Part Time Faculty

Division 32

Poster Title: The Integration of Transformative Workshop Experiences

Symposium Title: First Annual Humanistic Science Festival—Conversational Space for Sharing Innovative Methods, emergent Findings, and Implications of Research

Building and Room Number: Halls D and E, Convention Center

Thursday, 8/04/2011 3pm-3:50pm

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- Don Moss, PhD - President Division 30 (Hypnosis) - Saybrook Faculty

Presidential Address (N): [Moss]

Participant/1stAuthor:

Title: Pathways to Illness, Pathways to Health: A Step‑Wise Model for Providing Lifestyle Interventions, Hypnosis, and Other Mind & Body Therapies

8/06 Sat: 4:00 PM - 4:50 PM

Renaissance Washington Hotel

Meeting Room 5

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- Don Moss, PhD - President Division 30 (Hypnosis) - Saybrook Faculty

Eric K. Willmarth, PhD, Saybrook University

Paper Session (N): Historical Perspectives on Hypnosis

 

- Don Moss, PhD

Title: Social and Cognitive Elements in Erwin Straus' Phenomenology of Suggestion

 

Eric K. Willmarth, PhD

Title: Defining Hypnosis: Analysis of the Willmarth Hypnosis Interviews

 

Author: Alex A. Willmarth, Capital University

8/05 Fri: 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM

Convention Center

Room 102A

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- Don Moss, PhD - President Division 30 (Hypnosis) - Saybrook Faculty

- Eric K. Willmarth, PhD, Saybrook Faculty

Conversation Hour (S): Meet the Experts in Hypnosis

Cochair

8/06 Sat

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Convention Center

Room 145B

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- Don Moss, PhD - President Division 30 (Hypnosis) - Saybrook Faculty

Invited Address (S): [Gruzelier]

Participant/1stAuthor

John Gruzelier, PhD, Goldsmiths, University of London, England, United Kingdom

Title: Hypnosis and Contemporary Approaches to Immune Enhancement, Health, and Well Being

Chair Donald P. Moss, PhD

8/06 Sat: 10:00 AM ‑ 10:50 AM

Convention Center

Room 102A

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-Orah Krug, PhD - Saybrook Alumna and Adjunct Faculty

-David Elkins, PhD - Saybrook Adjunct Faculty

-Kirk Schneider, PhD - Saybrook Alumna and Adjunct Faculty

-Ed Mendelowitz, PhD - Saybrook Adjunct Faculty

-Tom Greening, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

-Louis Hoffman, PhD - Saybrook Faculty

The New Existentialist Panel and The New EHI/Saybrook Certificate Program in Existential-Humanistic Therapy

Society for Humanistic Psychology

Division 32 Hospitality Suite

Saturday

August 6, 1-2:30.

Lots of time for Q & A.

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-Dana Klisanin, PhD '03 - Saybrook Alumna

Division 32

Poster Session

Existential Angst, Homo Curans, and Information Technology: An Investigation of Computerized Data Visualization and the Humanities"

Thursday, August 4

3:00 - 3:50 PM

Halls D and E in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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-Dana Klisanin, PhD '03 - Saybrook Alumna

Division 46

Poster Session

Portrait of a New Archetype: Self-Reports of Cyberheroes

Sunday, August 7, 2011

10:00 - 10:50 AM

Halls D and E in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center

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-Kirk Schneider, PhD - Saybrook Alumnus and Adjunct Faculty

The New Existentialists

Div. 32 Hospitality Suite

Sat. Aug. 6, 1-3 PM

And at the DC Convention Ctr

Sunday from 11-11:50

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-Paul Kimmel, PhD - Saybrook Part Time Faculty

Leading a Discussion: Proactive Code of Conduct for Peace Psychologists

Hospitality Suite

Division 48

Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict

Grand Hyatt

Thursday, August 4th

5 to 7 pm.

This should be a very relevant and lively session for Saybrook.

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-Selene Kumin Vega, PhD '10- Saybrook Alumna

Division 32

Symposium: First Annual Humanistic Science Festival—Conversational Space for Sharing Innovative Methods, emergent Findings, and Implications of Research

Poster: The Integration of Transformative Workshop Experiences

Thursday, 8/04/2011

3pm-3:50pm

DC Convention Cener - Halls D and E

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-Regina Smith, MA '10 - Saybrook MA Grad Continuing PhD Student

Session Title: Creativity

Session ID: 4076

Session Type: Poster Session - Shaken and Stirred: A Call for Research Into the Potential Association Between Creativity and Resilience in Adult Children of Alcoholics

Division: 10

Building: Convention Center:

Room Description: Halls D and E

Room Location: Level Two

DAY TIME: SUNDAY 10 AM to 10:50AM

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-Paul Kimmel, PhD - Saybrook Part Time Faculty

SPSSI Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues - Division 9 (also known as the conscience of the APA)

75th Anniversary Celebration

6:15-6:35: Paul Kimmel's musical satire, Declaration of Interdependence

Wednesday, August 3rd.

Walter Washington Convention Center

The complete gala schedule:

Roundtable: 3-4:30 pm

5-5:30: Arc of Elders (Michelle Fine and James Jones)

5:30-6:00: Glee Club and Historic Timeline

6-6:10: Video montage of SPSSI member interviews (Alex Rutherford)

6:10-6:15: SPSSI Genealogy (Sara McClelland, Rhoda Unger, Justine)

6:15-6:35: Paul Kimmel's musical satire, Declaration of Interdependence

6:35-7:00: Thank yous, open mike

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-Louis Hoffman - Saybrook Faculty, Kirk Schneider - Saybrook Faculty, Ed Mendelowitz - Saybrook Faculty, and Susan Gordan - Saybrook Alumna

Div. 32

Poster Session: A Global View of Humanistic Psychology: Division 32 International Interest, Action, and Impact by Richard Bargdill, Louis Hoffman, & Judy Kuriansky.

Friday, August 5

1:00 PM

Halls D and E, Convention Center

Room Description: Halls D and E

Room Location: Level Two

This will feature work by Louis Hoffman (Saybrook Faculty), Kirk Schneider (Saybrook Faculty), Ed Mendelowitz (Saybrook Faculty), and Susan Gordan (Saybrook Alumna).

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-Louis Hoffman - Saybrook Faculty

A Phenomenological Investigation of Conversion Therapy by Louis Hoffman, Justin Lincoln, and Chad Johnson

Symposium: Impact of Religion and Religious Issues on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals Louis Hoffman and Justin Lincoln, co-chairs.

Saturday, August 6

8:00-9:00

Room 149B

Washington Convention Center

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-Louis Hoffman - Saybrook Faculty

A Phenomenological Investigation of the God image and Religious Diveristy by Rochelle Suri, Louis Hoffman, Steve Fehl, and Rumana Kaed

Symposium: God Image Research and Applications Louis Hoffman & Glen Moriarty, co-chairs.

Saturday, August 6

10:00-11:00

Room 155

Convention Center

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-Louis Hoffman - Saybrook Faculty

Workshop: How to Get and Survive Internship

by Louis Hoffman and Brent Dean Robbins (co-chairs)

Sunday, August 7,

9:00-10:00

Society for Humanistic Psychology

Div 32, Hospitality Suite

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-Louis Hoffman - Saybrook Faculty

-David Elkins, PhD - Saybrook Adjunct Faculty

Diversity and Existence: The Existential Frontiers of Diversity

Symposium: The New Existential-Humanistic Psychology: Science, Diversity, Awe, and Spirituality (David Elkins, Chair).

Society for Humanistic Psychology

Div 32, Hospitality Suite

Sunday, August 7

11:00-12:00

Room 140A

Convention Center

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-Donna Nassor, JD - Saybrook Student

Participant/First Author: Models of Restorative Justice for Peace Building and Transformative Societal Change in Israel--Palestine

Session Title: Israeli--Palestinian Conflict---Potential Psychological Contributions to Resolution Reconciliation and Peace Building

Division: 48

Room 147B

Day/Time: Sat/10:00AM - 11:50AM

Building: Convention Center

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