ABPP Presentations at APA
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Saturday | August 9, 2014

8:00 AM


Author(s): Ronald Levant, et al.
Title: “A New Psychology of Men” (Basic Books, 1995): A Twenty Year Perspective.”
Date: Saturday (8/9)

Time: 8:00 to 9:50 am
Location: Convention Center 154B )
ABPP Specialty Area: Clinical, Couples and Families
Division Affiliation: 12, 17, 51
Description:  “A New Psychology of Men” (Basic Books, 1995; and still in print) has been cited as “the most salient publication” in the new psychology of men (Cochrane, 2010, p. 45). The 2014 convention marks the 20th anniversary of this influential volume. In this unique panel, the volume’s Co-editors, selected chapter authors, and others newer to the field look back over the past 20 years to offer their perspectives on where the field has gone since 1995, what has been accomplished, and where does the field need to go from here.


Author(s): Michael R. Basso, Kathleen B. Kortte, James C. Jackson, Brandon E. Gavett

Title: Informed Consent Capacity Across the Life Span

Date: Saturday, August 9

Time: 0800-0950

Location: Convention Center, Room 204A

ABPP Specialty Area: Clinical Neuropsychology

Division Affiliation: Division 40

Description: Society for Clinical Neuropsychology


9:00 AM


Author(s): Joel Block, Ph.D., ABPP
Title:Treating Male Sexual Dysfunction: Experience of a Specialist

Location:Convention Center, room 140A
ABPP Specialty Area: Couple and Family/ Counseling Psychology
Division Affiliation: 43
Description: Since the appearance of direct behavioral approaches to sexual dysfunctions by Masters and Johnson the impression has grown that the treatment of men is simple and straight forward. Nothing could be further from the truth. Early reports of success with sexual dysfunction have proved tantalizingly difficult to reproduce in the offices of clinicians. While medical intervention has expanded in treating male sexuality, only approximately one third of patients are satisfied with the results of pharmacology alone. This discussion will consider brief CBT interventions that can be used effectively for treating basic presentations of ED and orgasmic disorders in men.


1:00 PM


Author(s): Stewart E. Cooper, PhD, ABPP

Title: Ethical and Legal Issues in Teleconsulting and International Consultation

Date: 08/09/2014

Time: 1:00PM - 1:50PM 

Location: Building: Convention Center, Room Description: Room 143A, Room Location: Street Level
ABPP Specialty Area: 13, 17
Division Affiliation: 13, 1, 14, 17, 31, 39, 42, APAGS 
Description: Symposium; CE Credits: 1. No additional fees to attend CES.


Author(s): Ja’net M. Seward, PsyD, ABPP
Title: An Integrative Therapeutic Approach to Severe Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Case Study
Date: 8/9/14
Time: 1:00-1:50pm
Location: Convention Center Halls D and E
ABPP Specialty Area: Clinical Psychology
Division Affiliation: 12
Description: This presentation demonstrates the treatment interventions utilized while working with a 25 year old Indian-American female presenting with severe Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. This integrative therapeutic treatment model will highlight how an integrative treatment approach can be used in clinical practice, both during the assessment and intervention phase of treatment. An integrative treatment model (developed by the presenter) will also be highlighted.

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