10th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology Division 32 of the American Psychological Association. March 30 - April 2, 2017

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1 10th Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology Division 32 of the American Psychological Association March 30 - April 2, 2017 Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA "Love, Ethics and Social Justice: Transforming the Self in the Service of Others" 11:00 Registration Opens, Lawrence Hall Lobby Thursday, March 30th Session 1 12:00-1:00 Roxanne Christensen MA, TLLP: Creating Justice, Finding Humanity, and Supporting Love: Behind the Gates of Evin (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved 12:00-1:00 Stacey Jill Zackin, PhD: Dynamic Discovery thru Doodling: The Transformative Power of the Abstract Psyche (University of Connecticut and University of New Haven) 12:00-1:00 Jacob Tengelson; What a girl wants: A discussion of rape myth and romance (University of West Georgia) 12:00-2:00 Orah Krug, Kirk Schneider, and Arpana Inman: Cultivating Therapeutic Artistry and Skill: A Model for Training and Supervision in Existential-Humanistic Therapy (Saybrook University, Existential Humanistic Institute) CE Approved

2 Session 2 1:15-2:15 Joanne Cohen and Khadija Salim: Stress and Resiliency Factors Affecting Children and Adolescents in the Sandwich Generation (Kutztown University) CE Pending 1:15-2:15 Anil Lalwani, MS: South Asian Perspectives on Self-Sacrifice and Self-Transformation: Drawing Inspiration from Devotional Schools of Bhakti, Sufi, and Tibetan Buddhist Traditions (Cleveland State University) 1:15-2:15 Jennifer Swab: CISM- Challenges to CISM Team Providers. Recognize and Report and Learn from Them. Session 3 2:30-3:30 Kathleen Galvin: Authentic Self, Authentic Society: What s Love and Justice Got To Do With It? CE Pending 2:30-3:30 Ian Wickramasekera, II, PsyD and Carla Clements PhD: Humanistic Perspectives on Internalized Oppression (Naropa University) CE Pending 2:30-3:30 Leia Friedman, M.S.: A New Psychedelic Renaissance: Shifting Perspectives from Drugs to Medicines (Boston Etheogenic Network) 2:30-3:30 Michaelene Ruhl, PsyD: Reconnection in Research and Practice: Systemic Constellations and Sense of Community in Psychological Healing (Michigan School of Professional Psychology)

3 Session 4 3:30-5:30 Mary Brinker, Ed.D, RN & Rodger Broome PhD: A Descriptive Phenomenological Psychological Study of Nursing Students Clinical Reasoning Experience During Clinical Simulation Exercises (Lehigh Carbon Community College and Utah Valley University) CE Approved 3:45-5:15 Frank Dibert, Ph.D: Recovering our Inner Goodness: The Intersection of Client-Centered Therapy, Spirituality, and Healing in Treatment (Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School) CE Approved 3:45-5:15 Toni Anne Cappello, Shannon Carroll, Krystal Contreras, Selena Felipe, Alexandra Ionescu, Maya McDuffie, Alexandria Paterno, Amanda Raiola, Ismarie Rodriguez, Frank Todaro, Kayla Tufo & Alicia Trotman, PhD: Meaning with Encounter: Descent from reductionist paradigms into overreaching intentionality in a humanistic psychology classroom (Mercy College, St. Francis College) 3:45-5:15 Christina Frasher, Rich Keitel, Sara Mayo, Demetria Marsh, and April Daras: Playback the other: Using Playback theatre as a therapeutic and educational intervention for change (Point Park University) 5:30-7pm Dinner Break 7:00pm-10:00pm Welcome Ceremony Movie and Panel: Harold and Maude Brent Dean Robbins and Gina Belton: Teaching Existential Psychology with the Film, "Harold and Maude" (Point Park University)

4 Friday, March 31 st 8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast Session 1 8:30-9:30 Joanne Cohen, Scott Tracy, Felishatee Rodriquez: Curative Factors in Self-Help Groups: A Humanistic Perspective for Training New Counselors; (Kutztown University, College of Education, Department of Counselor Education) CE pending 8:30-9:30 Anne Hsu: Mindfulness as praxis not procedures: Successful Clinical Cases in Buddhist Clients (Saybrook University) 8:30-9:30 Eric Greene: The Enslavement of Self-Care in the Fantasy of Transformation: The Last Intrapsychic Dynamic in Late Capitalism Session 2 9:00-12:00 Kirk Schneider, Louis Hoffman, Orah Krug, Nathaniel Granger, Rodger Broome: The Experiential Democracy Project: Social-Political Applications of Existential Psychology (Saybrook University and the Existential Humanistic Institute) CE approved 9:45-10:45 Vanessa Brown, PsyD, LP: Healing the Soul: A child-centered approach to spiritually-integrated psychotherapy (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved 9:45-10:45 Andrew Bland, Ph.D: Who is Your Hero? An Experiential Technique to Promote Self-Transformation and Interdependence (Millersville University) CE Approved 9:45-10:45 William David Ariza Alarcón, Present, past and future of ethical prospect in Humanistic Psychology (Sergio Arboleda University, Colombia)

5 Session 3 11:00-12:00 Donna Rockwell, PsyD: The Ethics of Mindful Awareness in the Therapy Room and the Lifeworld (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved 11:00-12:00 Daniel Helminiak; Sexuality and Spirituality: Personal, Interpersonal, and Societal Implications (University of West Georgia) CE Pending 11:00-12:00 Justin Karter; "Where One Is": Understanding Student Activism in the Corporatized University (University of Massachusetts Boston) 12:00-1:00 Lunch Student Ambassador Lunch Hour 1:00-2:30 Invited Speaker: Dr. Mary Watkins, Pacifica Graduate Institute Session 4 2:45-3:45 Matthew Allen & Jeremy Northup; Potential barriers to the implementation of ipseity-hyperreflexivity treatment approaches in early intervention for psychosis risk (Point Park University) CE Approved 2:45-3:45 Stephanie Vargo, Gina Belton, Candice Hershman, Rebecca Gimeno: Compassionate Voices: The Transformative Power of Poetry in the Invocation of Love, Value and Service in a Troubled World (Point Park University, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Rosa Junior College and Napa Valley College, Duquesne University) CE Pending 2:45-3:45 David St John, PhD, Lisa Vallejos, PhD, Shawn Rubin, PsyD: The American Shadow Grows Long: authoritarianism, bigotry and the humanitarian resistance (The Humanitarian Alliance) 2:45-3:45 Brent Dean Robbins PhD, Constance A. Kellogg, MS (Doctoral Candidate): Big Pharma and the Medical Model from a Depth Psychology Perspective (Point Park University, Pacifica Graduate Institute)

6 Session 5 4:00-5 :00 Richard Bargdill: Creative Maladjustment to the Soul Poison of Racism: 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr s speech to the APA (Virginia Commonwealth University) CE Approved 4:00-5:30 David J Cain Ph.D, A.B.P.P: Three Generations of Humanistic Psychotherapies: Our Pioneering Past, Vibrant Present, and Promising Future (CSPP-San Diego) CE Pending 4:00-5:30 Kevin Keenan, PhD & Nicole Reynolds, PsyD: Using supervision/consultation for personal development as a therapist: recognize and work through countertransference issues (Michigan School of Professional Psychology (Keenan), Private Practice (Reynolds)) CE Approved 4:00-5:30 Robert McInerney, Sarah Schulz, Calla Kainaroi, Kevin Gallagher, Jeremy Northup, Alexandria Bright and Isaiah Noreiga: Homelessness: A Community based, Participatory Action Research and Advocate Ethnography with Operation Safety Net (Point Park University) CE Pending 5:30-7:00 Dinner Break 6:30-7:30 Reception Poster Sessions Student Art Show 7:45 Vanessa German and Chris Ivey Performances

7 Saturday, April 1st 8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast Session 1 8:30-9:30 Kirk Schneider, Ph.D John Galvin, Ph.D: Our Faustian bargain with robotic technologies: Self transformation in the age of robotics (Saybrook Institute) CE Pending 8:30-9:30 Rodger Broome: Police Officer's Lived-Experience of Facing an Active Shooter (Utah Valley University) CE Approved 8:30-10:30 Heather LaFace, Ph.D: What's real is hard to come by: Paradox, love, and uncertainty in working with altered states of being (Antioch University, Santa Barbara) CE Approved 8:30-10:30 Lisa Vallejos, Shawn Rubin, David St. John: Becoming an Effective Multicultural Ally: Strategies and tools for effective advocacy in a diverse world (The Humanitarian Alliance) CE Approved Session 2 9:45-10:45 Louis Hoffman, Steve Fehl, Richard Bargdill, Joshua Ferguson, Nathaniel Granger, Jr., Candice Hershman, and Michael Moats: The Use of Poetry with Clients Experiencing Spiritual Struggles (Saybrook University), CE Approved 9:45-10:45 Susan Goldberg, Lori Koelsch, and Kaitlin Abrams: Voices in the Hill Lab: The Workings of a Community Engagement Project (Duquesne University) 11:00-12:00 Invited Speaker: Dr. Larry Leitner 12:00-1:00 Lunch Break

8 Session 3 1:00-2:30 Christina Frasher, Dylan Baker, Theyab Alharbi, and Cameron Avrigean: Callings within and without: Hillman's Acorn theory in the World (Point Park University) 1:00-2:30 David J Cain, Ph.D., ABPP: Becoming A More Effective Therapist: A Research-based Synthesis of Humanistic Psychotherapies (CSPP-San Diego) CE Pending 1:00-2:30 Sarah Kass, Kevin Keenan, Brent Dean Robbins, Alicia Trotman: Four authors in search of meaning: Implications of the film Anesthesia for understanding how we construct meaning in meaningless world. (Mercy College, Michigan School of Professional Psychology, Point Park University) CE Pending 1:00-2:30 Allayna Fern Pinkston PsyD: Generating Warmth in the Polar Vortex: Power, Privilege, and Trump-Era Interpersonal Politics (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved Session 4 1:00-3:00 Betz King, PsyD, LP & Vanessa Brown, PsyD, LP: Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved 2:45-3:45 Chris Boyd, PhD, MFA: Socially Engaged Imagination: Transformative Social Change & the Self Through Art (Arizona State University) CE Approved 245-3:45 Gary Senecal, PhD, Mary Catherine McDonald, PhD, Richard LaFleur, PhD, Charles Coey, PhD: Moral Injury, Solidarity, & Cultural Empathy - Difficulties faced in the Social Reintegration of Veterans (College of the Holy Cross; Old Dominion University) 2:45-3:45 Derrick Sebree Jr., PsyD: Investigation of the Interaction between Ethnic Identity and Relationship to Nature; (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) 3:00-4:00 Alexandra Adame: Beyond Us and Them: Perspectives of Psychiatric Survivor Therapists (Seattle University) CE Approved 3:00-5:00 Richard Bargdill, Gina Belton, Shawn Rubin, Sarah Schulz, Theopia Jackson: Activism Primer for Psychologists (Virginia Commonwealth University, Pacifica Graduate Institute, Point Park University) CE Pending

9 Session 5 4:00-5:00 Sarah Kass and Robert G. McInerney; Polaroid Rosaries : An Existential Understanding of Loss, Myth, and Memory Through the Work of Patti Smith (Mercy College, Point Park University) CE Pending 4:00-5:00 David St John, PhD, Antoinette Crocilla, PsyD and Nicole Reynolds, PsyD.: All Too Human: working with addiction, psychosis and sexual predation from humanistic/humanitarian perspectives (The Humanitarian Alliance) CE Approved 4:00-5:00 Anthony Pavlo, Mary Snyder, Steve Olsen, & Larry Davidson: Trust, Reciprocity, and Respect: A Relational Account of Shared Decision-Making (Yale University) CE Approved 4:00-5:00 Will Adams, PhD: Bearing Earth s Wild Call: Through Disruption to Love and Justice (Duquesne University) 5:00-5:30 Short Break 5:30-6:30 Invited Speaker: Dr. G Kwame Scruggs 6:45 Banquet Dinner

10 Session 1 8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast Sunday, April 2 nd 8:30-9:30 Alison Munsch, PhD: Authenticity, a key to successful consulting engagements (Iona College) CE Approved 8:30-9:30 Guanghui Cui: Re-thinking the upright posture from the viewpoint of Merleau-Ponty (Nanjing Normal University; Duquesne University) 8:30-9:30 Sarah Kamens, PhD: Contemporary psychiatric spectres: On hearing voices and ghostwriting (Yale University) 830-1030 Diane Blau, Ph.D; Lee Bach, PhD: Self Transformation Through Heuristic Inquiry (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved Session 2 9:45-10:45 Veronica Lac, PhD: The Human-Equine Relational Development (HERD) Approach to Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy (The HERD Institute) CE Approved 9:45-10:45 Sonasha Braxton: Examining the Roots and Consequence of Social Injustice in Humanitarian Aid Organizations and the Possibilities for Intrapersonal and organizational transformation within (Saybrook University) 9:45-10:45 Peter Simons: The Value of Normality: Contrary to Social Justice, Contrary to Ethics (University of Massachusetts Boston) 9:45-11:45 Stefan Deutsch: Can we Transform the Self in the Service Of Others without knowing - What LOVE Is? An Exploration of a New Theory of LOVE (The Human Development Company)

11 Session 3 11:00-12:00 John Brennan, JD, PsyD, LP and Betz King PsyD, LP: Who let the dogs out? Clinical and forensic implications of the rapidly growing emotional support animal (ESA) movement (The Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved 11:00-12:00 Gary Senecal, PhD; The Aftermath of Peak Experiences: Athletic Career Transition and Psychosocial Struggles (College of the Holy Cross) 11:00-12:00 Daniel Gruner, MA; John Verbos, MA, MFA: Therapist self-disclosure in the service of creating safety, support, and defusing shame in interpersonal process group therapy (Duquesne University) 11:00-12:00 Nathaniel Granger, Jr., Veronica Lac, Andrea Cruz, Michael Moats, Zach Robins (Chaired/Hosted by Richard Bargdill): The day my friends rubbed my intersectionality the wrong way: Three skits about identity and friendship (Virginia Commonwealth University) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 12:00-1:00 Lunch Break Session 4 1:00-2:00 Sarah Kass & Deborah A. Gillman: Why Can t I Sleep? A Search for Meaning in Sleep, Time, and Insomnia; (Mercy College, University of Pittsburgh) CE Pending 1:00-2:00 Claude Barbre, Ph.D., L.P: Ugliness and the Creative Impulse in Social Activism: Conversations with the Aesthetic and Social Theories of John Rickman (The Chicago School of Professional Psychology) 1:00-2:00 Nisha Gupta: Building Intimate Dialogue within the Multicultural College Classroom: Some Philosophical Guideposts (Duquesne University) 1:00-2:00 Priscilla Zoma, Lindsay Najor, Alicia Width: Working with clients from collective cultures with a Humanistic perspective (Michigan School of Professional Psychology)

12 Session 5 2:15-3:15 Patrick Whitehead: What does Posthumanism mean for Humanistic Psychology? or, Transforming Humanistic Psychology in Service to the 21st Century Person (Darton State College) 2:15-3:45 Christina Frasher, Max Namey, and Vivienne Wilkinson: Through the Soul's looking glass: A discussion on the relevance of a soul-based education and therapeutic mode of intervention (Point Park University) 2:15-3:45 Dylan Keenberg, PsyD; Ways to Be When You Don t Know What to Do: Suggestions for Humans CE approved 2:15-4:15 Adam Duberstein, Betz King, Jessica Dluzynski, & Amanda Sternitzky: Unleashed: Communication of Emotionally-Charged Topics between Individuals with Differences in Political Viewpoints (Michigan School of Professional Psychology) CE Approved 4:15-4:30 Closing Remarks