All are welcome to join the Colorado Assessment Society (CAS) at a luncheon and roundtable discussion! Reconnect with colleagues and form new connections with the assessment community in Colorado. Enjoy good food, a richly supportive community, and an informal discussion from members of CAS who will have just attended the annual Society for Personality Assessment (SPA) conference in Washington, DC, in March. This conference is always a fountain of news and developments in the field of psychological assessment. At this CAS luncheon, the facilitators will foster a discussion regarding what they learned at this year’s SPA conference and will provide some sense of the current pulse of assessment.
If you will be attending SPA this March, please join us in discussing your experiences with interested colleagues!
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This program is co-sponsored by the Society of Personality Assessment (SPA). SPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. SPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
- Learn about cutting-edge updates from the field of personality assessment, including developments in therapeutic assessment, insights into the Rorschach interpretive system, and considerations for diversity-sensitive assessment.
- Understand the content areas covered at the largest national convention on personality assessment.
Hale Martin, Ph.D. and Wendy Morrison, Ph.D.
Hale Martin, PhD, is Clinical Professor in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver where he teaches psychological assessment (Cognitive Assessment, Self- Report Assessment, Rorschach and Therapeutic Assessment) and coordinates assessment services in the in-house community clinic (Professional Psychology Clinic). His first professional love is Therapeutic Assessment, and he serves on the Board of Directors of the Therapeutic Assessment Institute. He has written about and taught Therapeutic Assessment nationally and internationally. Along with a group of students, Hale co-founded the Colorado Assessment Society in 2007 and has been involved with it since that time. He has also been a long-time member of the Society for Personality Assessment. He has a private practice in which Therapeutic Assessment is the central focus.
Wendy Morrison, PhD, is Staff Psychologist and Assessment Coordinator at the University of Denver Health and Counseling Center. She oversees the psychological assessment and testing services provided by Counseling Services (particularly for learning disabilities and ADHD), and supervises doctoral interns and graduate student trainees on assessment. She has provided psychotherapy and assessment services at community mental health settings and university based clinics. She has published research on therapeutic assessment and has presented at the Society for Personality Assessment annual convention.