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Collaborative Assessment Association of the Bay Area

Upcoming events

Psychological Interventions from Six Continents: Culture, Collaboration, and Community

Presenter: Barbara L. Mercer, PhD

Wednesday February 8, 2023


Location: Zoom

Cost: Free for CAABA Members, $20 for non-members




To support the advancement of collaborative assessment within the San Francisco Bay Area through: training/supervision, outreach/education, practice/consultation, and research.

2021 Society For Personality Assessment Virtual Convention

March 10 | 11:00 am – 7:00 pm (ET)

Presenters: Christy Hobza, PsyD, Leighko Toyoshima Yap, PsyD, & Kinshasa Bennett, PhD

Full Day Workshop

Assessment Supervision within a Multicultural Context: Fostering Thinking Space for Supervisees and Supervisors – Workshop B (7 CE Credits)

MARCH 17TH | 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM (ET)

Presenter: Jessica Lipkind

Tele-Assessment of Personality and Psychopathology: Challenges, Roadblocks and Collaborative Solutions – Roundtable Discussion

MARCH 19TH | 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM (ET)

Presenters: Kelci Davis, Virginia Brabender, PhD, ABPP, Kinshasa Bennett, PhD, & Alea R. Holman, PhD 

Assessment of Diverse and Minority Populations: Considerations in Personality Assessment Training – Roundtable Discussion 
MARCH 20TH | 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Presenters: Diane Santas and Sharon Witkin (and Bruce Smith)

Critical Moments: Capitalizing on Therapeutic Opportunities during Collaborative Assessment – Case Discussion

Pre-recorded roundtable session

Presenters: Hadas Pade + CSPP-SF students: Ksenia Ryckman, Fabiola Estebanez, and Alexandra Miguel (with A. Jordan Wright as Discussant

English Language Learners, Monolingualism, and Bilingualism in Assessment Graduate Training

Pre-recorded symposium session

Presenters: Jill Daly and Hadas Pade

R-PAS Administration Errors by Clinical Psychology Graduate Students: Recommendations for Assessment Instructors and Clinical Supervisors 


Pre-recorded case discussion session

Presenter: Diane Santas 

“Ghost in the Graveyard! Run, Run, Run!”: Discovering the Hiding Places of Defenses by Using the TCTS with Children and Adolescents


Presenters: Julie Cradock O'Leary, PhD, Leighko Toyoshima Yap, PsyD, Tomoko Miwa, MA, Mitsugu Murakami, MA, & Julie Cradock O’Leary, PhD

A Window into Hikikomori, an Increasingly Global Syndrome of Shutting Out Society 

Pre-recorded poster session

Presenters: Hadas Pade + CSPP-SF students: Julia Feinberg and Lily Bigalke 

Personality Assessment: Testing and Accessibility Issues for Psychology Trainees with Disabilities

Presentations by CAABA Members
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