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A. STEVEN FRANKEL, PH.D., J.D.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
California Bar #192014
District Of Columbia Bar #1009135
CLINICAL AND FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST
(PSY3354) (ABPP: Clinical & Forensic Psychology)
3527 MT. DIABLO BL.
#2690
LAFAYETTE, CA 94549
PHONE: (925) 943-6175
Email: [email protected]
FAX: (925) 944-8889
CURRICULUM VITAE
(As of 11/4/14)
EDUCATIONAL HISTORY:
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA (evening program): J.D. 5/97.
Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons (New York State
Psychiatric Institute): Intern Psychologist, 9/67- 8/68.
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN: Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology); Minors: Personality
(Department of Psychology) and Organizational Behavior (School of Business and
Department of Sociology), 8/68.
Rusk Institute (formerly Institute for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation), New York
University School of Medicine: Intern, 7/65-9/65.
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT: B.A. (Psychology), 6/64.
Andrew Warde High School, Fairfield, CT: 9/56-6/60.
HONORS:
Fellow, American Psychological Association (Div. 56 – Trauma) - 2007
Fellow, American Academy of Forensic Psychology, 2006
Instructor of the Year, Psycholegal Associates, 2000, for: “his expertise, sense of
humor and ability to bring life to a potentially dry topic (laws/ethics).”
Fellow, International Society for the Study of Dissociation: 1999.
Dean’s List, Loyola Law School, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97.
American Jurisprudence Award for Highest Grade (87): Trial Advocacy, Loyola Law
School, Fall, 1997.
American Jurisprudence Award for Highest Grade (93): Feminist Jurisprudence,
Loyola Law School, Fall, 1997.
Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity (11/96 - ).
Scott Moot Court Honor Board (Ranked 11th of 150 competitors), Loyola Law School,
3/96.
American Jurisprudence Award for Highest Grade (97): Constitutional Law II, Loyola
Law School, Spring, 1995.
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Fellow, Academy of Clinical Psychology, 2013.
Advocacy Award, Association for the Advancement of Psychology, 8/91.
Distinguished Legislative Achievement in Public Affairs, California Psychological
Association award to CAPP board members and plaintiffs in CAPP v. Rank case,
who "have distinguished themselves by their leadership and supportive role in the
successful pursuit for hospital privileges through the CAPP v. Rank suit since its
inception," 2/91.
Distinguished Contribution to Professional Psychology, Los Angeles County
Psychological Association, 1/87.
Commendation, California Psychological Association, Division of Education and
Training. Identified by a survey (N=800) of association members as "an instructor
or supervisor whose excellence and impact were so substantial that you were
commended." 1986.
Commendation, California Association of Psychology Providers (CAPP), Founding
Board Member, 2/86.
International Directory of Distinguished Psychotherapists, First Edition, 1981-82.
Distinguished Service Award, Del Amo Hospital Psychology Staff, Torrance, CA,
1982.
University of Southern California Associates' Award for Teaching Excellence
($2,000), 1971.
Who's Who in the West: first entered, 1982.
Society of the Sigma Xi, Indiana University ('67) and University of Southern California
('69).
U.S. Public Health Service Fellow, Indiana University 66/67.
Dean’s List, University of Vermont, 1962-63.
BOARD CERTIFICATION:
American Board of Professional Psychology, Diplomate in Clinical Psychology,
Certificate No. 3037,1978.
American Board of Professional Psychology, Diplomate in Forensic Psychology,
Certificate No. 6146, 3/17/06.
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:
Psychologist: California License No. PSY 3354: since 1/70.
Marriage, Family and Child Counselor: California Lic. No. M3343: since 1/69 (inactive:
6/99).
Attorney at Law: California State Bar #192014: since 12/4/97.
Admitted to Practice as Attorney and Counselor of the U.S. District Court, Central
District of California, 12/2/97
District of Columbia State Bar # 1009135: since 10/7/12
BUSINESS/PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Law Practice: I am in my 18th year of law practice. My practice deals with a broad
range of issues that lie in the interface between law and mental health. These issues
include:
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1. Administrative law: I represent health care professionals facing disciplinary actions
by agencies including licensing boards, health care payment (e.g., Medicare), etc. (30%
of my practice)
2. Criminal law: I represent individuals facing criminal charges where psychological
variables are central to the defense (e.g., "recovered" memory, posttraumatic and
dissociative disorders) (5 % of my practice).
3. Civil law: I represent plaintiffs in mental health malpractice cases, serve as "Cumis"
counsel for mental health professional defendants in civil cases, and consult to attorneys
representing such individuals. (20% of my practice)
4. Family law: I represent mental health professionals who are involved in some aspect
of family law, including special masters/parent coordinators, mediators, custody
evaluators and psychotherapists. These are often professionals who are being pursued
by one of the parties. (20% of my practice)
5. I consult with health care professionals who call for information/support with myriad
problems they face in their work (15% of my practice).
6. Teaching: I provide continuing education workshops in risk management for mental
health professionals via live presentations and online programs. (10% of my practice)
Forensic Psychology Practice: As a forensic psychologist, I most frequently consult
(and testify) on matters involving standards of care for mental health professionals and
matters involving individuals with complex posttraumatic and dissociative disorders.
Clinical Psychology Practice: As a clinical psychologist, I practice one day per week
and my practice is limited to adults who claim histories of childhood abuse/neglect.
In addition, my business/professional history includes:
Family And Child Therapeutic Services, 3250 Lomita Bl., Torrance, CA 90505.
“FACTS” was a multidisciplinary mental health Preferred Provider Organization
(PPO), providing opportunities for ownership for all of its professionals,
regardless of discipline. FACTS contracted for discounted fees for service with a
variety of IPAs and corporate payors. I was co-founder and co-managing
partner. FACTS operated actively from 1986-1991.
FISCRO Corp., 28901 S. Western Ave. #806, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90732.
FISCRO Corp. was a general corporation which owned Ivy Lea Manor, a set of
licensed group homes in the Southern California area that provided an
alternative to acute care psychiatric hospitalization for children, adolescents and
adults, in a cost-effective manner. I was co-founder and 1/3 shareholder, served
on the Board of Directors, and was the Executive Director of the Adult
Residential Facility portion of the project. The first Ivy Lea Manor opened in the
spring of 1987, with second and third facilities opening in 1990 and 1991,
respectively. Closed: 7/95.
The Steve Frankel Group, LLC. 3527 Mt. Diablo Bl. #269, Lafayette, CA 94549. “SFG”
Is a California Limited Liability Company formed in June, 2004, to offer continuing
education programs via the internet. We created and video-recorded law/ethics
programs for mental health professionals in all 50 states and have recruited wellknown and highly regarded professionals to create programs in their specialty
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areas as well. United Behavioral Health (managed care company has adopted
the law/ethics course for its in-house staff and has recommended it to its
approximately 40,000 panel providers across the United States). By 12/31/10,
SFG offered over 100 hours of continuing education by top professionals in their
fields, covering law/ethics/regulation, risk management, custody evaluations,
domestic violence, supervision, the psychology of humor, toxic professional
relationships, practice development, management and termination. The SFG
website is located at: <www.sfrankelgroup.com>
Practice-Legacy Programs, 3527 Mt. Diablo Blvd., #269, Lafayette, CA 94549, is a
California company affiliated with SFG, that provides training and application of
services designed to transition professional mental health practices when a
practitioner cannot continue to work, due to death or disability. “P-LP” became
active in October, 2013, and is building a nation-wide network of professionals
who are trained, along with office staff, to close/transition practices. P-LP’s
website is located at <www.practice-legacy.com>
COMMUNITY SERVICE:
Palos Verdes Unified School District, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA. I have served in
many capacities, including being an annual speaker on child-rearing, focusing
on pre-teens, and as an annual speaker in the "Quest" Program, an organized
drug-education program for parents and children in the district: '85-93.
Rolling Hills Preparatory School, Palos Verdes Estates, CA. Member, Board of
Trustees, 9/86-89. Chairperson, Development Committee.
Advisory Board, Community Helpline, Palos Verdes Estates, CA. I was part of the
training staff of this community run and sponsored "hotline" from 1985 and a
member of its advisory board 1989. My involvement continued through 1993.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:
American Bar Association, Member: 1/98-.
California Bar Association, Member: 12/97-.
District of Columbia Bar Association, Member: 2/13Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member: 1/98-12/04.
Health Care Law Section
American Psychological Association, Member.
Division 12 (Clinical Psychology);
Division 29 (Psychotherapy);
Division 41 (Law and Psychology)
Division 42 (Independent Practice).
Division 56 (Trauma Psychology)
Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Member (through 1995).
California Association of Psychology Providers.
California Psychological Association, Member (and of Div. I).
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Contra Costa County Psychological Association, Member 2/03.
International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Member. 1990 L.A. County Psychological Association, Member (through 1997).
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Member, 1990 – 2005
National Register of Health Care Providers in Psychology # 14953
OFFICES HELD IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation:
Executive Council: ‘99-‘03.
President-Elect: ’00-‘01.
President: ’01-‘02.
Past President: ’02-’03.
American Psychological Association, Div. 42 Hospital Practice Committee, '87 - ‘92.
California Psychological Association, Div. I Board Member, '81-'82.
Hospital Practices Committee, Member and Chairperson, sub-committee on
Training and Education.
Division I Insurance Committee, Chairperson, '81-'82.
California Association of Psychology Providers, founding Board Member '89-'92.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY AND GOVERNMENTAL SERVICE:
Member, Committee on Legal Issues, American Psychological Association; ’13Member, Revision Committee, Guidelines for treating dissociative identity disorder in
Adults, International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, 2005.
Faculty, ISSTD Online Course: diagnosis and treatment of dissociative disorders,
2002-’03; 2003-’04; 2004-’05, 2005-‘6, 2006-’08,2008-2011.
Faculty, ISSTD Course: diagnosis and treatment of dissociative disorders, Berkeley,
CA 2001-’02; Walnut Creek, CA 2003-’04; 2004-’05; 2005-’06.
Developer and Faculty, ISSTD Advanced Course: Davis, CA 2004-’05, Online Course,
‘06-08. 2009-‘11.
Program Committee, Annual Conference of the International Society for Traumatic
Stress Studies, 2002, 2010-2011.
Expert Case Reviewer, California Board of Psychology, 1994 – 2004.
International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, Distressed Professionals
Task Force, ‘96-’97
Program Planning Committee, Western Clinical Conference on Trauma and
Dissociation, ‘95-’96.
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American Psychological Association, Education and Training Board accreditation and
site visiting teams:
University of Oregon, '79.
University of Utah, '80.
University of Texas, '81 and '89.
Brigham Young University, '81 (Chairperson).
University of New Mexico, '84 (Chairperson).
Illinois Institute of Technology, '85 (Chairperson).
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Liaison between the California Psychological Association and the Board of
Psychology of the State of California, '75-'77.
Oral Examiner, Psychology Licensing Examination, State of California, '76 and '81.
Oral Examiner, Diplomate Examination, American Board of Professional Psychology,
'79.
California Psychological Association Blue Ribbon Committee on Accreditation
Standards: Member, '78-'79.
Board of Psychology Ad Hoc Committee on Performance-based licensing standards,
'76-'77.
RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE:
General Counsel, California Association of Psychology Providers, 9/00-.
Independent practice of Law, Torrance, CA: ‘98-‘01.
Independent practice of Law, Walnut Creek, CA: ‘01Independent practice of Clinical Psychology, Torrance, CA: '74-‘01.
Independent practice of Clinical/Forensic Psychology, Walnut Creek, CA: ’01Consultant, Masters & Johnson Institute for Traumatic Disorders, Del Amo Hospital,
Torrance, CA: 11/95-8/99.
Consultant, National Center for the Treatment of Dissociative Disorders, Del Amo
Hospital, Torrance, CA: 1/93-10/95.
Consultant, Dissociative Disorders Unit, College Hospital, Cerritos, CA 12/91-1/93.
Consultant, Trauma Recovery Institutes, Los Altos Hospital, Long Beach, CA, '91.
Consultant, Trauma Recovery Program, Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA, '90-'91.
Executive Director, Ivy Lea Manor Adult Residential Facility, Torrance, CA, '90-95.
Director, Adult Psychiatric In-patient Program, Charter Hospital of Torrance, 1/875/88.
Consulting Psychologist, Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA, 3/79-1/87.
Consultant, "Silver Spoons" television program, '84-'85.
Chairperson, Psychology Staff, Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA, 3/79-1/82.
Consulting Psychologist, Brotman Memorial Medical Center, Culver City, CA 2/836/89.
Consulting Psychologist, South Bay Human Services Center, Torrance, CA, 12/806/89.
Consulting Psychologist, Peninsula Counseling Center, Rolling Hills Estates, CA,
2/83-6/89.
Panel Member, Pain Management Program, Torrance Memorial Hospital, Torrance,
CA '79-'80.
Consultant, Poseidon School, Venice, CA, '71-'74.
Consultant, Southern California Counseling Center, L.A., '69-'71.
Consultant, Veterans' Administration Hospitals, L.A. area, '69-'80.
Research Specialist, Pacific State Hospital, Pomona, CA '69-'70.
Teaching Associate, Indiana University, '66-'67.
Graduate and Research Assistantships, Indiana University, '64-'66.
National Science Foundation undergraduate research fellowship, University of
Vermont, '63-'64.
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UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS:
Adjunct Professor of Law, Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco,
8/00-4/05.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA 8/98-6/01.
Clinical Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
1/88Visiting Faculty, Wright Institute, Los Angeles CA, '90.
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California, 9/801/88.
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California, '71-'80.
Director of Clinical Training, (Clinical) Psychology Department, University
of Southern California, '71-'76.
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California, '68-'71.
CONTINUING EDUCATION:
Have earned full California mandated certification in continuing education every year
from '76 through the present.
Have maintained continuing education as required by the California & D.C. State Bars
since ’97.
HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS:
Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA: Affiliate Staff, '79-'87; Active Staff, '87 –‘01.
San Pedro Peninsula Hospital, San Pedro, CA: Affiliate Staff, '79 - 96.
Charter Hospital of Torrance (originally Charter Pacific Hospital): Affiliate Staff, '82'87; Active Staff, '87-'92.
Charter Hospital of Long Beach, CA: Courtesy Staff, '82 - '93.
Brotman Memorial Medical Center, Culver City, CA: Affiliate Staff, '82-'90.
Los Altos Hospital, Long Beach, CA: Active Staff, '89 - 93.
College Hospital, Cerritos, CA: 7/91 -1/96.
GRANTS AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT:
Biomedical Sciences Support Grant #FR07012-02 from Master Grant #5471,
University of Southern California: $500. '68-'69.
Ford Foundation (California Students' Association) Grant of $160. to undergraduate
doing directed research: '69.
Biomedical Sciences Support Grant #RB07012-04 from Master Grant, University of
Southern California: $1500. '70-'71.
National Science Foundation Grant #GS36830: $900. '73-'74.
Training Grants from National Institute of Mental Health:
MH11986-02
$64,718.
'72-'73.
MH11986-03
61,144.
'73-'74.
MH11986-04
113,364.
'74-'75.
MH11986-05
103,161.
'75-'76.
MH11986-06
87,231.
'76-'77.
Biomedical Sciences Support Grant #SS07 RR07012-11, University of Southern
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California: $400. '77-'78.
TELEVISION APPEARANCES:
DataCablevision: Spot on Sexual Abuse. 2/91.
Torrance Cablevision: Stress and High Achievers. 12/18/86.
DataCablevision: Depression. 2/13/86.
DataCablevision: Marital Problems of High Achievers. 2/6/86.
DataCablevision: You and Today's Substances. 10/2/85.
KCET: A Fathers' Day Special: 6/2/82.
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS:
Frankel, A.S. (In Press). Commentary on “Exploring Dissociation and Dissociative
Identity Disorder: a Roundtable Discussion. Psychoanalytic perspectives.
Frankel, A.S. (2014). “We Do It All For You”: a Quasi-Insurance Approach to
Professional Wills, Wonts and Won’ts. Newsletter of the Life Member Division,
American Psychiatric Association.
Frankel, A.S. (2014). “T-E-A-M, YAY, TEAM!” The Team Approach to
Professional Wills, Wonts and Won’ts. Newsletter of the Life Member Division,
American Psychiatric Association.
Frankel, A.S. (2014). “I’ll do it for you if you’ll do it for me.” The Partnership Approach
to Professional Wills, Wonts and Won’ts. Newsletter of the Life Member Division,
American Psychiatric Association.
Frankel, A.S. (2014). Preparing for Death/ Disability, Psychotherapy Networker
Frankel, A.S. (2014). Coping with disruptions in practice due to death or disability,
National Psychologist.
Frankel, A.S. (2013). Denial is great, but our patients, families and colleagues need
our attention – First in a series of articles on “professional wills, wonts and won’ts.”
Newsletter of the Life Member Division, American Psychiatric Association
Frankel, A.S. & Alban, A. (2013). Suicide: risk management considerations. The
California psychologist, 46(3) 21-22.
Frankel, A.S. (2012) T2 & CT (Traumatic transference & countertransference). Clinical
Corner, ISSTD News (3), September.
Alban, A., & Frankel, A.S, (2012). Confidentiality vs. privilege: what is the difference?
California psychologist, 45(3), 27-28.
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Frankel, A.S., & Alban, A. (2011). Responding to Evaluee Requests for Fitness-forDuty Evaluation Records When the “Client” Controls Record Release: Caught
Between (take your pick): the Board of Psychology and the Law of Contract; a
Rock and a Hard Place; the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (and on and on)…The
California psychologist, January/February 44/(1), 27-28.
Frankel, A.S., & Alban, A. (2010). Professional Wills: protecting patients, family
members and colleagues. The California psychiatrist, 25 (3), 4-6.
Alban, A. & Frankel, A.S. (2010). “Professional Wills”: The ethics requirement
you haven’t met: The California psychologist, 43(1), 25-26.
Frankel, A.S. (2009). Professional Wills, Won’ts and Wonts, The CAPP bulletin,
Summer, 2009.
Alban, A. & Frankel, A.S. (2009). Informed consent with patients who are cognitively
compromised, Psychiatric malpractice risk management, Vol. 6.
Reprinted in: (2009). Directions in Psychiatry, Vol. 29: Part 4
Kinsler, P., Courtois, C., & Frankel, A.S. (2009). Relational healing for relational
injury: practice parameters and risk management in the treatment of complex
trauma. In Courtois, C. & Ford, J.D. (Eds.) Complex traumatic stress disorders: an
evidence-based clinicians’ guide. New York: Guilford Press.
Frankel, A.S. (2009). Dissociation and dissociative disorders: clinical and forensic
assessment. In Dell, P. F., & O’Neil, J. A. (Eds.). Dissociation and the
dissociative disorders: DSM-V and Beyond. New York: Routledge.
Frankel, A.S. (2008). Afterword: factors associated with successful management of
licensing board complaints. In Shapiro, D., Walker, L., Manosevitz, M., Peterson,
M. & Williams, M. Surviving a licensing board complaint: practical tips. Phoenix:
Zeig & Tucker.
Alban, A, & Frankel, A.S. (2007). Supervision vs. consultation: what you need to
know. California psychologist., 40(4), 25-26.
Frankel, A.S. (2007). The highest risk cases for clinicians who work with children:
high conflict divorce/custody cases. In L. Hedges (Ed.) Facing the challenge of
liability in psychotherapy: practicing defensively. (2nd Ed). Northvale, NJ: Jason
Aronson, Inc., 173-189.
Cheung, S. & Frankel, A.S. (2006). Involuntary commitment: considerations for the
clinical practitioner. California psychologist, 39(6).
Stahl, P, & Frankel, A.S. (2006). Guidelines for custody evaluations in high-conflict
cases. California psychologist, 39(5). 23-24.
Frankel, A.S. & Dalenberg, C. (2006). The forensic evaluation of dissociation and
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persons diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder: searching for convergence.
Psychiatric clinics of north America, 29(1) 169-184.
Frankel, A.S. (2005). How I learned to stop worrying and love HIPAA. Forensic
Forum, ISSD News, 23(4), 11-12.
Frankel, A.S. (2003). Component Societies risk management guide. ISSD News,
(20)7, 2-3.
Frankel, A.S. (2002). President’s message: Journey’s transition. ISSD News, (20)6,
1-2.
Frankel, A.S. (2002). President’s message: I wonder if it would be OK for you to relax
and listen to the sound of my voice? ISSD News, (20)5, 1-4.
Frankel, A.S, (2002). President’s message: A Close Encounter of the Polemic Kind:
on protectiveness and one of its vicissitudes. ISSD News, 20(4), 1-5;
Frankel, A.S. (2002). President’s message: Toward the fulfillment of one of ISSD’s
primary missions and a shaking of the can. ISSD News, 20(3), 1.
Frankel, A.S. (2002). President’s message. On ignorance. ISSD News, 20(2), 1 & 16
Frankel, A.S. (2002). President’s message. Changes: it’s that time of year again.
ISSD News, 20(1). 1.
Frankel, A.S. (2002). The View From Here: false memories to the right of us,
exorcisms to our left…we’re staying the course! Editorial, Journal of
trauma and dissociation, 3(1), 1-6.
Frankel, A.S. (2001). “See you in court”: preparing for expert testimony. ISSD News,
19(5), 4-5.
Frankel, A.S. (2001). Treatment Guidelines, “The standard of care” and
patients/clients who just don’t do it right. ISSD News, 19(4), 3-4.
Frankel, A.S. (2001). A Study of 30 Recanters in High Visibility Lawsuits: is there a
“False Litigant Syndrome”? ISSD News, 19(3), 6-7.
Frankel, A.S. (2001). DID as a Gordian Knot: the problem of iatrogenic regression.
ISSD News,19(2), 10-11.
Frankel, A.S. (2001). Arizona Court of Appeals protects group therapy patients and
their rights. ISSD News, 19(1), 2.
Frankel, A.S. (2000). Can you say “d-e-f-a-m-a-t-i-o-n”? ISSD News, 18(6), 6-7.
Frankel, A.S. (2000). Noteworthy: professional record-keeping. ISSD News, 18(5), 89.
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Frankel, A.S. (2000). Watch out for the third man death!: the delivery of mental health
services via the internet. ISSD News, 18(4), 6-7.
Reprinted in the California Board of Psychology Update, Fall, ’00.
Reprinted in the CAPP Newsletter, Winter, 2001.
Frankel, A.S., & Span, S. (2000). Letter: Psychiatrists’ attitudes toward dissociative
disorders diagnoses. American journal of psychiatry, 157 (July), 1179.
Frankel, A.S. (2000). Criminal, civil and administrative law. ISSD News, 18(3), 3.
Frankel, A.S. (2000). Washington State Supreme Court: “…DID is generally accepted
within the scientific community…” but… ISSD News, 18(2), 3.
Frankel, A.S., & Roseman, M.E. (2000). Deposition and trial testimony of treating
clinicians. ISSD News, 18(1), 4.
Reprinted in The Psychogram: the voice of professional clinical psychology within
the Commonwealth of Virginia, (2000), 25(2), 22-28.
Frankel, A.S., & Roseman, M.E. (1999). Risk management for supervisors of
unlicensed professionals. ISSD News, 17(6), 3.
Frankel, A.S., & Roseman, M.E. (1999). Risk management for “consultations” in
professional presentations. ISSD News, 17(5), 3.
Frankel, A.S. & Roseman, M.E. (1999). Repressed memory admissibility in court.
ISSD News, 17(4), 3.
Frankel, A.S. & Roseman, M.E. (1999). Therapists’ duty of care: third party liability to
an accused parent. ISSD News, 17(2), 4.
Frankel, A.S. & Roseman, M.E. (1999). Good news about bad news: State of
Washington v. Greene. ISSD News, 16(3), 2-4
Frankel, A.S. & O’Hearn, T. (1996) Similarities in responses to extreme and
unremitting stress between eastern European ghettos during World War II and DID
patients: cultures of communities under seige. Psychotherapy: theory, research,
practice, training, 33, 485-502.
Pre-printed in the Proceedings of the 9th Annual Western Clinical Conference on
Trauma & Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA, 94-107.
Frankel, A.S. (1991) Areas of tension in a post-CAPP v. Rank world. The
Independent Practitioner, 11(2), 18-20.
Reprinted in The CAPP Bulletin, Spring, 1992, 3-8.
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Frankel, A.S. (1990) Health care delivery by organized providers: HMOs and PPOs.
In E.A. Morgenau (Ed.) The encyclopedic handbook of clinical practice. New York:
Gardner Press, 442-450.
Frankel, A.S. (1988) The private psychiatric hospital as a crucible for innovative
approaches to service delivery. Psychotherapy, 25(3), 429-433.
Frankel, A.S. (1987) Changes in health care delivery: a guide for the independent
practitioner. In P.A. Keller & L.G. Ritt (Eds.) Innovations in clinical practice, 5, 261269.
Frankel, A.S. (1987) Issues in hospitalizing patients. In K. Ludwigsen (Ed.) Guide to
hospital practice. Sacramento: California Psychological Association.
Westerman, M.A., Tanaka, J.S., Frankel, A.S. & Kahn, J. (1986). The coordinating
style construct: an approach to conceptualizing patient interpersonal behavior.
Psychotherapy, 23, 540-547.
Westerman, M.A., Tanaka, J.S., Frankel, A.S. & Kahn, J. (1986). Problematic client
interpersonal behavior and improvement in paradoxical and behavioral brief
treatment approaches. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 34, 99-102.
Frankel, A.S. (1982) Preferred providers, platitudes and panic: standards of practice
and the insurance industry. The Professional Psychologist, 6(4), 27-30.
Reprinted in The Independent Practitioner, 1983, 3(1), 9-10.
Frankel, A.S. (1981) The nuts and bolts of running a practice. In M. Zemlick (Ed.)
Psych-economics of the '80s. Los Angeles, California Psychological Association.
Frankel, A.S. (1981) The nuts and bolts of running a practice. The Professional
Psychologist, 5(5), 2-4.
Frankel, A.S., Reilly, S. & Lert, A.S. (1980) A style variable in assertion training.
Cognitive Therapy and Research, 2(3), 291-294.
Gallagher, D. & Frankel, A.S. (1980) Depression in (an) older adult(s).
Psychotherapy: theory, research & practice, 17, 101-104.
Cited in: University of Sheffield Biomedical Information Service: Reactive and
personal distress, 1980, 1(1), 3.
Frankel A.S. (1978) Neurotic styles and the crises of young adulthood. In L. Allman &
D. Jaffe (Eds.) Abnormal psychology in the life cycle. New York: Harper & Rowe,
229-252.
Frankel, A.S. (1977) Needs, wants and their implications for self-fulfilling prophecies.
Psychotherapy: theory, research and practice, 14, 267-272.
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Kirsch, I., Frankel, A.S. & Valone, K. (1977) Self-guided imagery vs. systematic
desensitization: a preliminary test. Psychological Reports, 40, 904-906.
Frankel, A.S. (1977) Treatment of a multisymptomatic phobic: a follow-up. In S. J.
Morse & R.I. Watson (Eds.) Psychotherapies. New York: Holt, 331.
Frankel, A.S. (1972) Implosive therapy: a critical review. Psychotherapy: theory,
research and practice, 9, 251-256.
Duke, M.P. & Frankel, A.S. Inside Psychotherapy. Chicago: Markham (1971).
Reviewed, Contemporary Psychology, 1972, 18, 402.
Frankel, A.S. & Barrett, J. (1971) Variations in personal space as a function of
authoritarianism, self-esteem and racial aspects of a stimulus situation. Journal of
Consulting Psychology, 37, 95-99.
Frankel, A.S. (1970) Treatment of a multisymptomatic phobic by a self-directed, selfreinforced imagery technique. Journal of abnormal psychology, 76, 496-499.
Reprinted in Coleman, J.C. Abnormal psychology and modern life. 4th Edition.
Glenview, IL: Scott Foresman & Co.
Reprinted in Morse, S. J. & Watson, R.I. (Eds.). Psychotherapies. New York: Holt,
1977.
Frankel, A.S. (1970) Psychological factors affecting environmental preferences. In I.
Robinson (Ed.) Research on the residential environment. Los Angeles: University
of Southern California.
Frankel, A.S. & Buchwald, A.M. (1969) Verbal conditioning of common associations in
long-term schizophrenics: a failure. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 74, 372-374.
Frankel, A.S. (1969) Effects of arousal on hierarchically organized responses. Journal
of experimental psychology, 82, 385-389.
Duke, M.P., Frankel, A.S., Sipes, M. & Stewart, R. (1968) The effects of different
kinds of models on interview behavior and feelings about an interview situation. In
K. Heller, Ambiguity in the interview interaction. In J. Shlien (Ed.) Research in
psychotherapy, Vol. III, Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
TALKS AND WORKSHOPS:
Talks to scholarly groups and large audiences:
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2014
1/13/14: What is good clinical documentation? 3-hr workshop, Santa Clara County Dept.
of Mental Health.
1/17.14: WTF? (What’s the future? Where to Fit?): 6-hr workshop, St. Joseph’s Medical
Center, Stockton, CA
1/28/14: Law & Ethics for Agencies for Children & Families: 6-hr workshop, Edgewood
Center, San Francisco, CA
2/13/14: WTF? (What’s the future? Where to Fit?): 6-hr workshop, L.A. County Dept. of
Mental Health, Los Angeles, CA
3/28/14: WTF? (What’s the future? Where to fit?): 6-hr workshop, Kern County
Behavioral Health, Bakersfield, CA
5/19/14: Dancing with the Risks: 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center, Oakland, CA
6/6/14: Practice Transitions: 3-hr workshop, San Diego Psychological Association
6/18/14: WTF (What’s the future? Where to Fit)? 6-hr workshop, Washington Community
Mental Health Council
8/9/14: M.Galietta & A. S. Frankel, The Aging of the profession. American Psychological
Association Convention, Committee on Legal Issues 1-hr presentation.
8/10/14: A.S. Frankel, M. Westendorf, A. Barnes, M, Connell, Subpoenas & testifying in
court, American Psychological Association Ethics and Committee on Legal Issues, 1-hr
8/18/14: Law & Ethics Greatest Hits. 6-hr workshop, Los Angeles County Dept. of Mental
Health, Los Angles.
9/15/14: WTF (What’s the future?
Council, Palo Alto, CA
Where to fit?). 6-hr workshop, Childrens’ Health
10/20/14: Vicarious Traumatization, 6-hr workshop, Childrens’ Health Council, Palo Alto,
CA
10/23/14: Golston, J., Scheflin, A. & Frankel, A.S., Law & Ethics: 6-hr workshop,
International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation Convention, Long Beach,
CA
10/25/14: Baker, S., O;Neal, J., E. Somer, & A.S. Frankel: What we learned from
teaching about dissociation: 1.5 hr workshop, Int’l. Society for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, Long Beach, CA
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10/26/14: Frankel,. A.S., Brand, B., Chefetz, R., Sturges, J,. Scheflin, A. & Kinsler, P.
False memory lawsuits. 3-hr workshop, International Society for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, Long Beach, CA
10/27/14: Maves, P. & Frankel, A.S. Consultation clinic for clinicians treating dissociative
disorders with Axis II involvement. Int’l Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation,
Long Beach, CA
11/10/14: Frankel, A.S. Law & Ethics for Agencies Serving Children & Families. 6-hr
workshop, Seneca Center, Oakland, CA
12/15./14: WTF (What’s the future. Where to Fit?): 6-hr workshop, Erickson Foundation
Brief Therapy Conference, Anaheim, CA
2013
1/25/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks.” 6-hr. workshop, St. Joseph’s Medical
Center, Stockton, CA.
2/16/13: Preparing for Practice Continuity. 1-hr workshop, Nevada Psychiatric
Association, Las Vegas, NV.
3/4/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Santa Clara County
Dept. of Mental Health.
3/6/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, The Guidance Center.
Long Beach, CA,
3/8/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Casa Pacifica,
Camarillo, CA.
3/18/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr. workshop, L.A. County Dept. of
Mental Health.
3/23/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, North Coast Assoc. of
Mental Health Professionals, Eureka, CA.
4/15/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,”6-hr workshop for the Seneca Center.
4/18/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Couples Conference,
Manhattan Beach, CA.
5/4/13: Keynote presentation: “Validation: science is (finally!) catching up to what
survivors and clinicians have known for years.” 1 hr. presentation at the annual
Survivorship Conference, Oakland, CA.
5/7/13: Law & Ethics: Staying consistent with state and local policy; 2-hr workshop,
Seneca Center.
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6/19/13: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Washington
Community Mental Health Council, Yakima, WA.
7/23/13: Law & Ethics for Agency Employees Serving Youth: 4-hr workshop at Rebekah
Children’s Services, Gilroy, CA.
8/19/12: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Children’s Health
Center, Palo Alto, CA.
8/26/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Los Angeles County
Department of Mental Health.
10/14/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Clinical Psychology
Department, USC.
10/15/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Santa Clara County
Department of Mental Health.
10/18/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, BAPTI, Lafayette, CA.
11/12/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center.
11/15/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop for MHEREN,
Medford, OR.
12/10/13: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks.” 6-hr workshop for the Erickson
Foundation “Evolution of Psychotherapy” conference, Anaheim, CA
2012
1/13/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks.” 6-hr. workshop, St. Joseph’s Medical
Center, Stockton, CA.
2/3/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks.” 6-hr workshop, Cedars-Sinai Medical
Center, Los Angeles.
3/12/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center,
Fairfield, CA.
3/19/23: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, LA County Dept of
Mental Health.
4/9/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,”6-hr workshop for Santa Clara County,
Masonic Center, San Jose, CA.
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4/13/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop for the Didi Hirsch
Center, Los Angeles.
4/26/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Couples Conference,
San Mateo, CA.
5/5/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 4-hr workshop, New England Society for
the Study of Trauma & Dissociation.
5/11/12: Risk Management with Trauma Survivors: 6-hr workshop for St. Joseph’s
Medical Center, Stockton, CA.
5/29/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, L.A. Count Dept. of
Mental Health.
6/20/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Washington
Community Mental Health Council, Yakima, WA.
7/16/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop for The Seneca Center,
Solano, CA.
8/17/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Childrens’ Health
Council, Palo Alto, CA.
9/19/12: Law & Ethics Update for Kaiser Administrators. 4-hr workshop at Kaiser,
Oakland, CA.
10/12/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Childrens’ Hospital of
Orange County.
10/6/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks,” 4-hr workshop for the Orange County
Psychological Association.
10/23/12: Law & Ethics, Dancing with “The Risks,” 6-hr workshop, Santa Clara County,
Masonic Center.
10/18/12: Golston, J., Frankel, A.S., Kinsler, P., & Scheflin, A. Ethics & risk management
in the treatment of trauma. Full day workshop. 28th Annual Conference of the Int’l.
Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, Long Beach, CA.
10/20/12: Golston, J., Frankel, A.S., & Scheflin, A. Who’s in that trance, anyway? The
complex interweave of hypnotic phenomena in the therapy of the dissociative disorders.
3-hr workshop. 28th Annual Conference of the Int’l. Society for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, Long Beach, CA.
12/5/12: Law & Ethics: Dancing with “The Risks.” 6-hr workshop, Erickson Foundation
Brief Therapy Conference, San Francisco, CA.
2011
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1/10/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center, Fairfield,
CA.
1/14/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits” 6-hr. St. Joseph’s Medical Center,
Stockton, CA.
2/8/11: Risk Management with Trauma Survivors, 1.5 hr Grand Rounds, San Mateo
County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services.
3/14/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Los Angeles County
Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles.
3/25/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Psycholegal Associates,
Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA.
3/31/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr pre-conference workshop for The
Couples Conference, Newport Beach, CA.
4/1/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Psycholegal Associates,
in Pleasant Hill, CA.
4/9/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for the North Coast
Association of Mental Health Professionals, Eureka, CA.
4/29/11: Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective, 6-hr. workshop for
St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Stockton, CA.
5/21/11: Law & Ethics: L& E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Sacramento, CA.
6/6/11: Working with Family and Dependency Courts, 3-hr workshop, Seneca Center,
Oakland, CA.
6/8/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” Washington Community Mental Health
Council, Yakima, WA.
6/10/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Psycholegal Associates,
in San Rafael, CA.
6/21/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center, 6925
Chabot Rd., Oakland, CA.
6/24/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Burell Behavioral Health,
Springfield, MO.
7/1/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits” – 6- hr workshop, Maripisa County, CA,
Psycholegal Associates.
8/1/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Childrens’ Health Council,
Palo Alto, CA.
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8/15/11: Law & Ethics: L& E’s Greatest “Hits,”6-hr workshop for Santa Clara County,
Masonic Center, San Jose, CA. Closed.
8/26/11: Phil Stahl’s Annual 8-hour Update on Custody Evaluation Conference, San
Ramon, CA
9/16/11: The Psychology of Trauma & Dissociation, 6-hr. workshop for St. Joseph’s
Medical Center, Stockton, CA.
9/19/11: Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Los Angeles County
Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles.
9/23/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, MHREN (Mental Health
Resource and Education Network) Medford, OR.
10/14/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Psychology Department,
USC, Los Angeles.
10/17/11: Law & Ethics: L& E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Oakland Kaiser
Permanente Medical Group.
11/3/11: Risk Management with Posttraumatic & Dissociative Disorders, with Golston, J.,
Kinsler, P., Scheflin, A., & Turkus, J., 6-hr workshop, Int’l Soc. for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, Montreal, P.Q., Canada
11/6/11: Conducting Effective DID Psychotherapy with Comborbid Axis II Disorders, with
Fridley, D., & Chefetz, R., 3-hr workshop, Int’l. Soc. for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, Montreal, P.Q., Canada
11/7/11: Hypnosis for Mind-Body Healing in Posttraumatic & Dissociative Patients, with
Phillips, M. 3-hr workshop, Int’l. Soc. for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, Montreal,
P.Q., Canada
11/14/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center, 6925
Chabot Rd., San Francisco, CA.
12/8/11: Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, International Congress on
Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis and Psychotherapy, Phoenix, AZ
12/9/11: The Dark Side of Hypnosis, 2-hr workshop, with Scheflin, A. Int’l. Congress on
Ericksonian Approaches to Hypnosis & Psychotherapy, Phoenix, AZ.
2010
Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits” 6-hr. St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Stockton, CA.
1/22/10
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Trauma & Dissociation, 6-hr workshop for Kaiser, San Diego. 1/26/10:
Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Kaiser, Orange County. 1/28/10:
Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Kaiser, L.A. 2/4/10
Law & Ethics: L&E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Psycholegal Associates,
Sherman Oaks, CA. 2/5/10
Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective, 6-hr workshop for
Psycholegal Associates, Sherman Oaks, CA. 2/6/10
Law & Ethics: L/E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Psycholegal Associates,
Sacramento, CA. 2/26/10
Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective. 6-hr workshop for
Psycholegal Associates, Sacramento, CA. 2/27/10
Law & Ethics: “The Boundary Workshop, ” 3 hrs, The Meadows, Phoenix AZ. 3/2/10
Traumatology III: Risk Management. 6-hr workshop for Kaiser. 3/11/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop for Psycholegal Associates, L.A.
3/12/10
Borderline Personality Disorder From a Trauma Perspective, 6-hr workshop for
Psycholegal Associates in LA. 3/13/10
Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective, 6-hr workshop for the North
Coast Association of Mental Health Professionals, Eureka, CA. 3/27/10
Symposium on international legal issues for treaters of trauma survivors, European
Society for Trauma & Dissociation, Belfast, Ireland. 4/8-9/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop Psycholegal Associates at South
San Francisco. 4/16/10
Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective, 6-hr workshop at South San
Francisco, CA. 4/17/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, L.A. County Department of Mental
Health. 4/10/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Santa Clara County Mental Health.
4/20/10
Plenary: A Guided Tour Through the Halls of Shame (1.5 hr) and Breakout Session:
Legal and Ethical Issues in working with Trauma Survivors: Navigating Potential Legal
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and Ethical Challenges in Trauma Work (1.5 hr). 5/12/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, Orange
County, CA. 5/14/10
Borderline Personality Disorder, 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, Orange
County, CA. 5/15/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Therapist Leadership Conference.
5/16/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center, San Leandro, CA.
6/4/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los
Angeles. 6/14/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Yakima WA. Washington
Community Mental Health Council. 6/23/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits.” 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, San
Rafael. 7/18/10
Phil Stahl’s Custody Update, San Ramon, CA. 7/23/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits.” 6-hr workshop, Childrens’ Health Council, Palo
Alto, CA. 8/6/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits.” 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, South
San Francisco. 8/20/10
The Psychology of Trauma & PTSD. 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, South
San Francisco. 8/21/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits.” 6-hr workshop, L.A. County Depr. Of Mental
Health. 9/2/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits.” 6-hr workshop, Seneca Center, San Leandro, CA.
9/17/10
Law & Ethics: 6-hr workshop, Association for Social Work Leaders in Healthcare,
Southern California Chapter. 9/24/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 4-hour workshop, Orange County Psychological
Association. 9/25/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Kaiser Oakland. 10/22/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr. workshop, BAPTI, Lafayette, CA. 10/25/10
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Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Santa Clara County Mental Health.
10/26/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, Costa
Mesa, CA. 11/12/10
The Psychology of Trauma & PTSD, 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, Costa
Mesa. 11/13/10
Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective: Oakland Kaiser. 11/15/10:
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits.” 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates. Los
Angeles. 12/3/10
The Psychology of Trauma & PTSD. 6-hr workshop, Psycholegal Associates, Los
Angeles. 12/4/10
Law & Ethics: L & E’s Greatest “Hits,” 6-hr workshop, Brief Therapy Conference,
Orlando, FL. 12/8/10
2009
Licensing Boards and Custody Evaluators: panel discussion at the California Chapter of
the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, San Francisco – 2/8/09.
The Psychology of Trauma & PTSD: Paid 6-hr workshops at St. Joseph’s Medical
Center, Stockton, CA, Napa-Solano Psychological Association and Napa State
Hospital, Napa, CA.
Law, Ethics & Regulation: Paid 6-hr workshops at Los Angeles County Department of
Mental Health, Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, Riverside & Oakland, North
Coast Association of Mental Health Professionals, Eureka CA, California State
University at Dominguez Hills (4 hrs), University of Southern California
Psychology Department (4 hrs), Orange County Department of Mental Health,
The Couples Conference, San Diego, Orange County Psychological Association
(4 hrs), The Seneca Center, San Francisco, Washington Community Mental
Health Council, Vancouver, WA, Childrens’ Health Council, Palo Alto, CA, Mental
Health Resource and Education Network, Medford, OR, Santa Clara Valley
Health & Hospital System, San Jose, & Conejo Valley Mental Health Professional
Association, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Trauma & Dissociation: Paid 6-hr workshop, Kaiser Permanente Medical Group,
Oakland, Los Angeles and Riverside CA.
Beere, D., Bowman, E., Chefetz, R., Frankel, A.S., Fridley, D., & Howell, E., I'll Put
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My Brain Inside a Cigar Box", and other clinical vignettes: Helpful strategies in
the treatment of complex trauma patients who present with chronic sucidal, self
harm, and other behaviors that create high distress in their therapists
International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation, 26th Annual Fall
Conference, Washington, DC.
Beere, D., Dalenberg, C., Frankel, A.S., & Gold, S., Lotuses Bloom from Mud: Resiliency
and Trauma Treatment. International Society for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, 26th Annual Fall Conference, Washington, DC.
Kinsler, P. & Frankel, A.S. Master Class: Case Consultation on Forensic Matters in
Dissociation and Trauma, International Society for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, 26th Annual Fall Conference, Washington, DC.
Frankel, A.S., & Fridley, D. Learn as You Go? A Conversation about Treating One's First
DID/DDNOS Patients/Clients, International Society for the Study of Trauma &
Dissociation, 26th Annual Fall Conference, Washington, DC.
2008
Sharks & Shrinks: Panel discussion on the interface between family law and mental
health professionals, San Jose, 1/18/08.
The Psychology of Trauma: Paid 6-hr workshop for St. Joseph’s Medical Center,
Stockton, CA. 1/28/08.
Law, Ethics & Regulations for Agencies: Paid 6-hr workshops for L.A. County Dept. of
Mental Health, Orange County Department of Mental Health, The Seneca
Center, Santa Clara County Department of Mental Health, Chidrens’ Health
Council (Stanford)
Law & Ethics Update: Paid 6-hr workshops for Psycholegal Associates: Berkeley, San
Jose, Los Angeles and for Kaiser- Permanente Medical Group – Oakland,
Sacramento, San Diego & Los Angeles.
The Psychology of PTSD and Trauma: Paid 6-hr workshops for Psycholegal Associates:
Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, Riverside & Sacramento.
Law & Ethics Update for clinicians who work with Children & Families: The
Couples Conference, San Jose, CA, 4/24/08, Childrens’ Health Council, Palo
Alto, CA, 8/10/08, St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Stockton, CA.
Law & Ethics for Washington State Mental Health Professionals, Paid 6-hr workshop,
Yakima WA 6/11/08.
Law & Ethics Update for Arizona Mental Health Professionals, Paid 3-hr workshop for
The Meadows, Phoenix, AZ, 8/28/08.
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Cultural Diversity, Sensitivity & Trauma, Paid 3-hr workshop for The Meadows, Phoenix,
AZ, 8/28/08.
Phil Stahl’s Conference for Custody Evaluators, Paid 8-hr workshop, San Ramon, CA.
8/23/08.
Coping with Courtroom Testimony and the Legal System: Four paid 3-hr workshops for
the Seneca Center, San Leandro, CA.
2007
Frankel, A.S., Courtois, C, Dalenberg, C. & Scheflin, A. Adult survivors of childhood
trauma and forensic psychology: expert witnesses. Paid half-day workshop,
American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco
Law & Ethics Update: Paid 6-hr workshops for Psycholegal Associates: San Rafael,
Sacramento, Woodland Hills, Burlingame. Pasadena. San Jose.
Law & Ethics Update: Paid 4-hr workshops: C.S.U Dominguez Hills Counseling Ctr.,
Orange County Psychological Association.
Law & Ethics for clinicians who work for agencies: Western Youth Services, Orange
County, Washington Community Mental Health Council (Bremerton & Yakima),
Seneca Center, East Bay Agency for Children, Los Angeles County Department of
Mental Health. Santa Clara County Department of Mental Health.
Law & Ethics Update: Paid 6-hr workshops: Childrens’ Health Council (Palo Alto),
North Coast Association of Mental Health Professionals (Arcata), Casa Pacifica
(Camarillo), St. Joseph’s Hospital (Stockton).
Law & Ethics for clinicians who work with children & families: Paid 6-hr workshops: The
Couples’ Conference and The Brief Therapy Conference, Anaheim, CA; Erickson
Foundation, Phoenix, AZ.
Coping with attorneys who bully: invited 1.5 hr presentation to Contra Costa County
Interdisciplinary family law group.
Dolgoff, R. & Frankel, A.S. Physicians in trouble: working with doctors who face.
disciplinary action. Northern California Psychiatric Society annual conference, Lake
Tahoe.
Ewing v. Goldstein: Confusion over what triggers the duty to warn (Tarasoff) from the
place where it all began. 30th International Congress on Law & Mental Health,
Padua, Italy
Kinsler, P., Frankel, A.S., & Fridley, D. Relational Successes: Tales of successful
relationship management in dissociation therapy. The 24th Fall
Conference, International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation,
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Philadelphia.
Frankel, A.S. & Fridley, D.R. Treatment of DID with Axis II comorbidity: consultation
clinic. The 24th Fall Conference, International Society for the Study
of Trauma and Dissociation, Philadelphia.
2006
Dissociation and the body. Invited 1.5 hr. workshop. The embodied mind: integration
of body, brain and mind. UCLA Extension and Lifespan Learning Institute, Los
Angleles.
Law/Ethics Update: 4-hr workshop, Redwood Psychological Association, Santa
Rosa, CA. (paid), & University of Southern California, Los Angeles (unpaid).
Compassion’s Boundaries: Paid 6-hour workshops: St. Joesph’s Medical Center,
Stockton, CA; Childrens’ Health Coalition, Palo Alto, CA; Monterey, CA Chapter,
California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists; Los Angeles County
Department of Mental Health, Childrens’ Health Coalition, Palo Alto, Santa Clara
County Department of Mental Health.
.Law & Ethics for Clinicians Who Work With Children & Families: Paid 6-hour
workshop. Milton Erickson Foundation’s Brief Therapy: Lasting Impressions
Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
Law & Ethics Update for Custody Evaluators: Paid 6-hour workshop at Phil Stahl’s
Annual Update in Family Law Conference, San Ramon, CA.
Frankel, A.S. & Fridley, D.R. Treatment of DID with Axis II comorbidity: consultation
clinic. The 23rd International Fall Conference, International Society for the Study
of Trauma and Dissociation, Los Angeles
Chefetz, R. & Frankel, A.S. Understanding and managing affect dysregulation: current
developments in theory, research and practice. The 23rd International Fall
Conference, International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Los
Angeles.
Kinsler, P., Scheflin, A. & Frankel, A.S. Forensic skills for clinicians working with
dissociative disorders. The 23rd International Fall Conference, International Society
for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, Los Angeles.
Law & Ethics Update: paid 6-hr workshops for Psycholegal Associates: Marina del
Rey, Burlingame, Woodland Hills, Sacramento, Berkeley, San Francisco.
Law & Ethics Update: Paid 6-hr workshop - Wenatchee Washington.
Law & Ethics Update: Unpaid 4-hr workshop, Psychology Department, University of
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Southern California.
2005
Resilience. Paid half-day workshop sponsored by the California Association of LPS
Hearing Officers Annual Conference, San Jose, CA
Law & Ethics for Agencies. Paid full-day workshops, Santa Clarita, CA, San Jose,
CA and Bremerton, WA.
Law & Ethics Update for Professionals who work with Sex Offenders. Paid full-day
workshops sponsored by the California Coalition on Sexual Offending, San Diego
and Oakland.
Law & Ethics Update, 2005. Paid four-hour workshop for Orange County
Psychological Association, Santa Ana, CA.
Compassion’s Boundaries. Paid full-day workshop sponsored by the Los Angeles
County Department of Mental Health, Los Angeles
Recent Developments in Regulation & Ethics. Paid half-day workshop sponsored by
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Emergency Outreach
Division, Los Angeles
Law & Ethics for Agencies, Paid full-day paid workshops sponsored by Olive Crest
Mental Health Services, Santa Ana, CA, Childrens’ Health Center, Palo Alto CA
and the County of Santa Clara
The Psychology of Trauma. Full day paid seminar sponsored by Psycholegal
Associates, Marina del Rey, Berkeley, Burlingame & San Diego, CA
Trauma & Dissociation. Paid full day seminar sponsored by Psycholegal Associates,
Marina del Rey, Berkeley, Burlingame & San Diego, CA
Chefetz, R., Chiappinelli, D, Fridley, D. & Frankel, A.S. Symposium: When patient
and therapist are new to the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder: promises &
pitfalls. The 22nd International Fall Conference, International Society for the Study
of Dissociation, Toronto.
Frankel, A.S., Kinsler, P.J, & Courtois C.A. Law, ethics & risk management for professionals who diagnose and treat dissociative disorders. Workshop: The 22nd
International Fall Conference, International Society for the Study of Dissociation,
Toronto.
Frankel, A.S. & Fridley, D.R. Treatment of DID with Axis II comorbidity: consultation
clinic. The 22nd International Fall Conference, International Society for the Study
of Dissociation, Toronto
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2004
Law & Ethics Update for 2004. Paid full-day workshops sponsored by Psycho-Legal
Associates: San Diego, Pasadena, Sherman Oaks, Sacramento, Burlingame,
Marina del Rey, Seattle and Portland.
Law & Ethics Update for 2004. Paid full-day workshop sponsored by Kaiser
Permanente Medical Group, Behavioral Health Division, Honolulu, HI
Compassion’s Boundaries: law, ethics and professional regulation in psychotherapy.
Paid full-day workshops sponsored by the Institute for the Advancement of Human
Behavior, Concord, San Jose, Redondo Beach, Napa Valley, South San Francisco,
Sacramento, Woodland Hills, Portland & Seattle.
Law & Ethics for Clinicians working in agencies, private, paid, full-day workshop\
sponsored by Visions Unlimited, Sacramento, CA
The Ethics of Caring and the Limits of Compassion: third annual forum between the
faith community and mental health professionals. Beach Cities Health District,
Redondo Beach, CA.
Law & Ethics for Clinicians working with Children & Families: Paid full-day
workshop offered via private contract with The Erickson Institute, Los Angeles.
(With C.J. Dalenberg, J.H. Twombly & J. Silberg). Ethical action under
pressure. Workshop: 21st Annual Conference of the International Society for
the Study of Dissociation, New Orleans.
(With D. Fridley) Treatment of DID with Axis II Comorbidity: consultation clinic.
Workshop: The 21st Annual Fall Conference of the International Society for the
Study of Dissociation, New Orleans.
(With M. Phillips) Integrative techniques with complex PTSD and dissociative disorder
patients. Workshop: The 21st Annual Fall Conference of the International Society
for the Study of Dissociation, New Orleans.
2003
Law & Ethics Update for 2003. Paid full-day workshops sponsored by Psycho-Legal
Associates: Brentwood, Costa Mesa, Los Angeles, Millbrae, Oakland, Ontario,
Pasadena, Sacramento, San Diego, Sherman Oaks & Woodland Hills, CA.,
Portland, OR and Seattle, WA
Law & Ethics for Clinicians working with Agencies: Paid full-day workshops offered
via private contracts with: Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, San
Jose State University Student Counseling Center, The Childrens’ Bureau of Southern California and the County of Santa Clara.
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Law & Ethics for Clinicians working with Children & Families: Paid full-day workshops
offered via private contracts with The Erickson Institute.
(With M. Phillps) Advanced techniques in hypnosis and Ego-State Therapy. The 20th
Annual Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation,
Chicago.
(With D. Fridley) Treatment of DID with Axis II Comorbidity: consultation clinic. The
20th Annual Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of
Dissociation, Chicago.
(With P. Dell, C. Dalenberg & R. Chefetz) A tutorial on clinical assessment of
dissociative patients: Creating a standard assessment battery. The 20th Annual
Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation,
Chicago.
Resilience. 8th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.
Borderline Personality Disorder: diagnosis and treatment. Paid full-day workshops
Offered via private contracts with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental
Health and the Mental Health Resource and Education Network, Medford, OR.
2002
(With J. Silberg & C. Curtois) Assessment and treatment of dissociative disorders.
Keynote Panel, 7th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.
(With K. Anderson, L. Baker, R. Ducote, R. Busch, Hon. H. Elias & R. Geffner) And
justice for all? Protecting family violence victims in court. Mid-Conference Plenary,
7th International Conference on Family Violence, San Diego, CA.
Custody Evaluator Training: Part I: legal and ethical issues. Seven (of 21) hour
training for professionals who seek to qualify for CA continuing education
requirements for all child custody evaluators. Costa Mesa, Millbrae, Pasadena
San Diego and Woodland Hills, CA.
What I have learned: Presidential Plenary Lecture, The 19th Annual Fall Conference
of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Baltimore.
(With D. Fridley) Theoretical and cognitive approaches to strategic negotiations
between alters in the treatment of severe DID. The 19th Annual Fall Conference of
the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Baltimore.
(With S. Gold, J. Silberg and C. Dalenberg) Back to Basics: What are alters? The
19th Annual Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of
Dissociation, Baltimore.
Providing therapy and covering your tail: risk management and good treatment.
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Invited, paid Plenary address. 7th Annual Northwest Regional Conference on
Trauma Disorders, Lake Chelan, WA.
When do I get easy patients?: working with patients with complex PTSD or DID and
severe Axis II disorders. Three-hour invited, paid workshop, 7th Annual Northwest
Regional Conference on Trauma Disorders, Lake Chelan, WA.
Group therapy for dissociative disorder patients: it’s not just a joke about billing.
Three-hour invited, paid workshop, 7th Annual Northwest Regional Conference on
Trauma Disorders, Lake Chelan, WA.
Consultation Clinic: risk management and clinical skills with traumatized patients.
Three-hour invited, paid workshop, 7th Annual Northwest Regional Conference on
Trauma Disorders, Lake Chelan, WA.
(With D. Stein, A. Bodin & G. Roeder) Risk management problems and solutions in
forensic psychology practice. Annual Convention of the California Psychological
Association, Pasadena.
Trauma and Dissociation: Paid full day workshops sponsored by Psycho-Legal
Associates: Brentwood, Costa Mesa, Los Angeles, Millbrae, Oakland, Ontario,
Pasadena, Sacramento,/ San Diego, San Rafael, & Woodland Hills, CA.
Law and Ethics for Clinicians Working in Agencies. Paid full day workshops
sponsored by Psycho-Legal Associates: Brentwood, Costa Mesa, Los Angeles,
Millbrae, Oakland, Ontario, Pasadena, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, San
Rafael, & Woodland Hills, CA.
Law and Ethics for Clinicians Working with Children and Families. Paid full day
Workshops sponsored by Psycho-Legal Associates: Brentwood, Costa Mesa, Los
Angeles, Millbrae, Oakland, Ontario, Pasadena, Sacramento, San Diego, San
Rafael, & Woodland Hills, CA.
The Psychology of Trauma: Paid full day workshops sponsored by Psycho-Legal
Associates: Brentwood, Costa Mesa, Los Angeles, Millbrae, Oakland, Ontario,
Pasadena, Sacramento, San Diego, San Rafael, & Woodland Hills, CA.
Law and Ethics Update: Four-hour workshop; Clinical Psychology Continuing
Education Series, University of Southern California.
Trauma and Dissociation: Four-hour workshop; Clinical Psychology Continuing
Education Series, University of Southern California.
Law and Ethics for Clinicians working in Agencies. Paid full day workshop for the 27th
Annual Convention of the California Association on Postsecondary Education and
Disability, San Francisco.
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2001
Navigating between Scylla and Charybdis: on the relative risks of over- and underdiagnosing dissociative disorders. Invited, paid Plenary Lecture, Ontario
Psychiatric Association, Toronto.
Advanced topics in dissociative disorders: invited and paid workshop, Ontario
Psychiatric Association, Toronto.
Law and Ethics: beyond the basics. Paid full day workshops sponsored by PsychoLegal Associates: Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Oakland, Ontario, Pasadena,
Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, San Rafael, Santa Monica, South San
Francisco & Woodland Hills, CA.
Law and Ethics for Clinicians Working with Children and Families. Paid full day
workshops sponsored by Psycho-Legal Associates: Brentwood, Costa Mesa, Los
Angeles, Millbrae, Oakland, Ontario, Pasadena, Sacramento, San Diego, San
Rafael, & Woodland Hills, CA.
Assessment and Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder: Paid full day workshops
sponsored by Psycholegal Associates: Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Oakland,
Ontario, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, San Rafael, Santa Barbara & Woodland Hills,
CA.
Law and Ethics Update: Paid half day workshops co-sponsored by the California
Association of Psychology Providers and the Orange County Psychological
Association.
Law and Ethics: update for mental health professionals in correctional facilities. Paid
full day workshops at Atascadero State Hospital and the Annual Training Meeting of
the California Youth Authority, Stockton, CA.
(With D.B. Fridley) A cognitive and interpersonal approach to the treatment of DID and
intercurrent Axis II disorders: a roadmap for clinicians. The 18th Annual Fall
Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, New Orleans.
2000
Risk Management and the dissociative disorders. Invited (paid) full-day workshop,
South-East Michigan Society for the Study of Dissociation, Detroit, MI.
Assessment and treatment of DID: current status and future directions. Invited (paid)
full-day workshop, Mental Health Resource & Education Network, Medford, OR.
(With D. Fridley) DID and Intercurrent Axis II Disorders: a roadmap for clinicians. Halfday workshop, 17th Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of
Dissociation, San Antonio.
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(With C. Dalenberg) Treatment of Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse/Neglect with
Dissociative Disorders: Risk Management. Half-day workshop, 17th Fall
Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, San Antonio.
Law and Ethics: beyond the basics. Paid full day workshops sponsored by PsychoLegal Associates: Newport Beach, Oakland, Ontario, Pasadena, Sacramento, San
Diego, San Jose, San Rafael, Santa Monica, South San Francisco & Woodland
Hills, CA.
Hypnotic interventions with dissociative disorders across the integration continuum.
Half-Day Workshop, Sixth International Society for the Study of Dissociation (UK)
Conference, Manchester, UK.
Coping with Anti-Bonding (Persecutory/Utilitarian) Alters: Full-Day Workshop,
International Society for the Study of Dissociation - UK: Manchester, UK.
Group Therapy with Dissociative Disorders. Half-day Workshop, Northern California
Group Psychotherapy Society. Monterey, CA.
(With G. Wittenberg) Treatment of survivors of childhood sexual abuse: risk
management. Paid half day workshop. Annual convention of the California
Psychological Association, San Jose.
1999
Plenary Session Chairperson: Ross Cheit, Junk skepticism and recovered memory.
The 16th Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation.
Miami.
(With R. Blizard & E. Howell). Three perspectives on treating victim and abuser ego
states in trauma survivors. Half-day workshop, 16th Fall Conference of the
International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Miami.
(With C. Dalenberg). The forensic assessment of dissociative identity disorder. Halfday workshop, 16th Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of
Dissociation, Miami.
(With L. Crook, J. Peterson, M.E. Roseman, & K. Steele). The attempt to criminalize
the diagnosis and treatment of dissociative disorders/Dissociation and the law.
Half-day workshop, 16th Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study
of Dissociation, Miami.
(With L. Brown & C. Dalenberg). The forensic assessment of dissociative identity
disorder. Pre-conference half-day workshop, 15th Annual Meeting of the
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami.
Forensic Assessment of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Half-day workshop, Annual
Conference of the California Psychological Association, San Diego.
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Coping with Anti-Bonding Alters: Full-Day Workshop, International Society for the
Study of Dissociation - UK: Manchester, UK.
Much Ado About DIDs: responsible diagnosis and treatment of Dissociative Identity
Disorder. Psychiatric Grand Rounds, Cottage Hospital, Santa Barbara, CA.
Forensic Psychologists and Lawyers: the good, the bad and the helpful. L.A. County
Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles.
Law and Ethics: beyond the basics. Paid full day workshops sponsored by PsychoLegal Associates, Santa Monica and Woodland Hills, CA.
1998
Dissociative Identity Disorder: Admissibility of Expert Testimony. Biennial
Conference, American Psychology-Law Society, Redondo Beach, CA.
Admissibility of Expert Witness Testimony for DID: time for legislative action? 15th
International Fall Conference of the International Society for the Study of
Dissociation, Seattle.
Coping with Anti-Bonding (Persecutory) Alters: applications of the ghetto model and
attachment theory (Half-day Workshop). 15th International Fall Conference of the
International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Seattle.
Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective, Masters &
Johnson Institute, Santa Cruz; Sacramento.
“Heavies’ Group”: minimizing violent persecutory alter behavior via group treatment. \
14th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies,
Washington, DC.
Expert Testimony on DID: a time for legislative intervention? 14th Annual Meeting of
the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Washington, DC.
1997
Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions with Treatment of Trauma, National Treatment
Center for Trauma-Based Disorders, Preferred Provider Conference, Torrance, CA.
Ghetto Model of Conceptualizing Dissociative Disorders, National Treatment Center
for Trauma-Based Disorders, Preferred Provider Conference, Torrance, CA.
Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder from a Trauma Perspective, Masters &
Johnson Institute, Palo Alto, CA, Santa Rosa, CA, and Reno, NV.
1996
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Doubts, Dilemmas, Dysfunction: evaluation, treatment and legal issues in dealing with
dissociative disorders. Workshop (2-days), Montana Psychological
Association/Yellowstone Valley Psychological Association, Billings, MT.
From Eastern European Ghettos to the United Nations: workshop on stabilization and
treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Ninth Annual Clinical Conference on
Trauma and Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA.
Dissociative Identity Disorder With and Without Axis II Disorders: diagnostic and
treatment planning workshop. Ninth Annual Clinical Conference on Trauma and
Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA.
Developing and Maintaining Stability in the Treatment of DID Patients. Twelfth Annual
Meeting for the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, San Francisco.
1995
(With M. Young, M. Licht & J. Younggren) Protecting ourselves - protecting our
patients/clients: professional, ethical and legal issues in the diagnosis and
treatment of dissociative disorders. Eighth Annual Western Clinical Conference on
Trauma and Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA.
Hypnotic approaches to the management of alters who are bonded to perpetrators.
Eighth Annual Western Clinical Conference on Trauma and Dissociation, Costa
Mesa, CA.
The World War II Eastern European Ghetto as a Model for the Internal World of DID
– Part II: Implications for Stabilization. Twelfth International Conference of the
International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Orlando, FL.
The Post-Diagnosis Relationship Between Alters and Host: Implications for Clinician
Approaches to Stabilization of DID Patients. Twelfth International Conference of
the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, Orlando, FL.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Four weekly sessions,
Veterans’ Administration Out-Patient Clinic, Los Angeles.
1994
Coping with alters who are bonded to perpetrators: two examples in search of a
theory. 7th Annual Western Regional Conference on Multiple Personality and
Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA.
(With M. Young, J. Bendiner and D. Horowitz) The diagnosis and treatment of
Dissociative Identity Disorder: fundamentals and basics. Invited workshop, 7th
Annual Western Regional Conference on Multiple Personality and Dissociation,
Costa Mesa, CA.
Treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: three core symptoms and three core
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elements of recovery. Family Violence Council of South Bay.
Dissociative Identity Disorder: clinical and research issues. Departments of
Psychology and Sociology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Avoiding pitfalls in treating DID (MPD): hard-learned lessons. 2-hr. workshop,
American Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles.
(With W. Young) Contemporary problems in the treatment of dissociative disorders.
Full-day workshop, Voices in Action Conference, Chicago.
Contemporary problems in the treatment of dissociative disorders. Full-day workshop.
Seattle, WA.
The eastern European Ghetto as a model for the internal world of DID: the culture of
a community under seige. 11th International Conference on Multiple Personality
and Dissociative States, Chicago.
1993
Multi-perpetrator/multi-victim abuse: identification and treatment. Invited workshop,
Coachella Valley Sexual Assault Services, Palm Desert, CA.
Enhancing control over mind-body interactions via hypnotic breathing: toward an
energy distribution model of MPD. Sixth Annual Western Regional Conference on
Multiple Personality and Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA.
Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy for MPD. Sixth Annual Western Regional
Conference on Multiple Personality and Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA
(With K.Connors) Day treatment: the best of both worlds. Sixth Annual Western
Regional Conference on Multiple Personality and Dissociation, Costa Mesa, CA.
The diagnosis and treatment of MPD: a full day workshop. Invited presentation
sponsored by the Coachella Valley Sexual Assault Services.
Breathing across boundaries: a multipurpose hypnotic technique: Tenth International
Conference on Multiple Personality and Dissociative States, Chicago, IL.
Creative ways to use hospitals. Annual Conference of the Los Angeles County
Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA.
1992
Hospital practice symposium, California Psychological Association Convention, San
Diego, CA.
Childhood Multiple Personality Disorder. Grand Rounds, Del Amo Hospital, Torrance,
CA.
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Multiple Personality Disorder and Dissociation.
"Broken Toys, Broken Dreams: healing adult survivors of sexual abuse. Las
Encinas Hospital, Pasadena, CA.
1991
Implications of CAPP v. Rank. L.A. County Psychological Association Convention.
L.A.
Training and credentialling. Hospital practice symposium, California Psychological
Association Convention, San Diego.
A closer look at dysfunctional families. Annual Conference of the Pupil Personnel
Division of the Torrance, (CA) Unified School District.
1990
Dysfunctional families. Annual Conference of the Pupil Personnel Division of the
Torrance (CA) Unified School District.
The changing mental health delivery system: new challenges and opportunities. Midcareer Post-graduate program, Wright Institute, L.A. (four 1.5 hr. sessions).
Multiple Personality Disorder, Grand Rounds, Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA.
Hospital practice. Mid-career Post-graduate program, Wright Institute, L.A. (five 1.5
hr. sessions).
Life in a post-CAPP v. Rank world. Sacramento Valley Psychological Association.
1989
Legal issues in hospital practice. California Psychological Association Convention,
San Francisco.
Eating disorders. Annual Conference of the Pupil Personnel Division of the Torrance
Unified School District, Torrance, CA.
Multiple Personality Disorder: current status. Psychology Department, University of
Southern California, L.A.
Recent developments in dissociative disorders. Psychology Center, California State
University, Dominguez Hills, CA.
Hospital practice: current status. L.A. County Psychological Association, L.A.
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Psychological aspects of divorce. Mental Health Panel, South Bay Bar Association,
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.
1988
Symposium on hospital practice. Midwinter meetings of American Psychological
Association Divisions 29, 42 and 43, Scottsdale, AZ.
Developments in hospital practice. California Psychological Association Convention,
San Francisco.
Communication skills for family lawyers. South Bay Bar Association, Torrance, CA.
Hospital practice developments. American Psychological Association Convention,
Atlanta, GA.
1987
Directions for psychology in the late '80s. Invited address, L.A. County Psychological
Association.
Expanding marketing opportunities for psychologists in hospital settings. Midwinter
meetings of the American Psychological Association Divisions 29,42 and 43, New
Orleans.
Group practice as a clinical approach in the HMO era. American Psychological
Association Convention, NY.
Cognitive/behavioral treatment of depression. Grand Rounds, Charter Pacific
Hospital, Torrance, CA.
Hospital practice: essential guidelines for psychologists. L.A. County Psychological
Assocation, L.A.
Pressure. Invited address to the annual joint conference of the Palos Verdes
Peninsula Board of Education and PTA.
Hospital practice. Midwinter meetings of the American Psychological Association
Divisions 29 (Psychotherapy), 42 (Independent Practice) and 43 (Family)
(Psychology), New Orleans.
On letting go. Parent-teacher conference of Chadwick School, Palos Verdes
Peninsula, CA.
Conversation hour guest speaker, American Psychological Association Convention,
NY.
Group practice symposium speaker. American Psychological Assocation Convention,
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NY.
1986
The importance of hospital staff privileges for psychologists working with HMOs and
PPOs. L.A. County Psychological Association/California Psychological Association
Division I workshop: surviving and flourishing in private practice in the '80s. Los
Angeles, CA.
(With Westerman, M.A., Tanaka, J.S.& Kahn, J.) The coordinating style construct for
assessing patient interpersonal behavior and its relationship to outcome in brief
paradoxical and behavioral therapy. Society for Psychotherapy Research,
Wellesley, MA.
1985
The California Association of Psychology Providers: a new approach in retrospect.
Symposium on the California Insurance Revolution: model or menace? American
Psychological Association Convention, L.A.
Coping with issues of insurance reimbursement. Symposium on building a private
practice. California/L.A. County Psychological Association Meeting, Van Nuys.
Phobic disorders in childhood. Grand Rounds, Del Amo Hospital,Torrance, CA.
Hospital practice for psychologists. California Psychological Association Continuing
Education Workshops, Lake Tahoe and San Diego, CA.
1984
Psychosomatic disorders in childhood. Grand Rounds. Del Amo Hospital, Torrance,
CA.
Recent developments in family therapy. Department of Psychiatry, University of the
Witwatersrand Medical School, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Eating disorders: etiology and treatment. Tara Hospital, Department of Psychiatry,
Johannesburg, South Africa.
Recent developments in American Psychology. Psychology Department, University of
the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Treatment of eating disorders. Childrens' Clinic, University of Cape Town, South
Africa.
Children of achieving families. Miraleste High School, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.
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1980-1983
Vicious cycles in marriage: an integrated structural/behavioral approach. Midwinter
meetings, American Psychological Association Division 29 (Psychotherapy), San
Diego, CA. (1980).
Paradoxical therapies. Psychology Department, University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center (1981).
Family structure and the uncontrollable child. Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA.
(1981).
The health care insurance revolution. Alameda County Psychological Association,
Oakland, CA. (1982)
Forms of depression in childhood. Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, CA. (1982).
Symposium on hospital practice, California Psychological Association: discussant
(1982-93).
Paradoxical therapies. San Fernando Valley Psychological Association, Encino, CA.
(1983).
1979
The role repertory test in psychotherapy research. California School of Professional
Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.
Structural family therapy. Psychiatry Department, Kaiser-Permanente Medical Group,
Harbor City, CA.
Paradoxical therapies. Psychiatry Department, Brotman Memorial Medical Center,
Culver City, CA.
Paradoxical therapies. Psychiatry Department, L.A. County - USC Medical Center,
Los Angeles, CA.
Paradoxical therapies. University of Southern California Counseling Center, Los
Angeles, CA.
(With Lert, A.) Hypnosis and verbal learning: an extension of the London-Fuhrer
design. American Psychololgical Association Convention, New York.
(With Westerman & M., Kahn, J.) Brief paradoxical vs. behavioral therapies: a
comparative study. American Psychological Association Convention, New York.
1975-1978
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Third annual conference on graduate training in clinical psychology in California:
Chairperson, L.A. (1975).
Structural theory and paradoxical therapy. Psychology Department, Camarillo State
Hospital, Camarillo, CA. (1977).
Symposium on competence-based licensing examinations. California Psychological
Association Convention, L.A. (1977).
Treatment of an aerophobic with structural therapy. Psychiatry Department, V.A.
Hospital, Sepulveda, CA. (1978).
Structural family therapy. Psychology Department, Childrens' Hospital of Los
Angeles, CA. (1978).
1973-1974
The relationship between leader variables and treatment outcomes in marital group
therapy. Western Psychological Association Convention, Anaheim, CA. (1973).
Symposium on research in marital therapy by para-professionals. Western
Psychological Association Convention, Anaheim. (1973).
(With O'Brien, R.E.) Intra-couple differences in self-actualization and marital
adjustment. Western Psychological Association Convention, Anaheim, CA. (1973).
Some conceptual and methodological problems in the development of a theory of
Hypnosis. Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Convention, Newport, CA.
(1973).
Toward an interpersonal theory of psychopathology and psychotherapy. Department
of Psychology, USC-L.A. County Medical Center. (1973).
An interpersonal model of psychopathology. Psychiatry Department, Childrens'
Hospital of Los Angeles, CA. (1973).
1971-1972
Effects of self-esteem, sex and interpersonal interaction on personal space. Western
Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco. (1971).
(With Levine, S., Steele, R.) Personal space responses in psychopathic and normal
prisoners. Western Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco.(1971).
Recent developments in personal space research. Department of Psychology,
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (1971).
Personal space and its implications for behavior. Department of Psychology,
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University of Utah, Salt Lake City. (1971).
Symposium on environmental preferences: co-chairperson, University of Southern
California, L.A. (1971).
Dr. David Fisher's session of the Third Annual Southern California Conference on
Behavior Modification, L.A.: Chairperson (1971).
Role playing and marital therapy. Department of Psychology, Pepperdine University,
Los Angeles (1972).
Dr. Paul Brady's session of the Fourth Annual Southern California Conference on
Behavior Modification. L.A.: Chairperson (1972).
1967-1970
(With Buchwald, A.M) Verbal conditioning of common associations in long-term
schizophrenics: a failure. Midwestern Psychological Association Convention,
Chicago (1967).
Attitudes toward a group as a function of self-esteem, group achievement level and
success or failure on a group-relevant task. Proceedings, American Psychological
Association Convention, Washington, D.C., 351-352 (1969).
Symposium on air quality standards, L.A. (1969).
Implosive therapy. Second International Conference on Behavior Modification,
Munich, Germany (1970).
REVIEWS:
(2013): Respectful irreverence: a review of Shelter from the storm, by Richard, Kluft,
Journal of Trauma and Dissociation.
(1970) Comments on "Types, ranges and methods for classifying human behavioral
responses to air pollution.” In A. Atkisson & R.S. Gaines (Eds.) Development of air
quality standards. Columbus, OH: Merrill.
(1976) Psychodiagnostics made easy: Basic psychopathology: a programmed text,
by C.W. Johnson, J.R. Snibbe & L.Evans. Contemporary Psychology, 21, 583584.
JOURNAL EDITORSHIPS:
Journal of Child Abuse and the Law:
Co-Editor (with Wendy Murphy): 2002 - 2005
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JOURNAL EDITORIAL CONSULTANTSHIPS:
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (single issues only)
Psychological Reports (single issues only)
Journal of Trauma and Dissociation
Journal of Child Custody Review (single issues only)
TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Undergraduate courses taught at the University of Southern California:
Introduction to Psychology
Personality Theory
Personality Research
Contemporary Problems
Individual Research Supervision
Graduate courses taught at the University of Southern California:
The Psychoses
Psychotherapy
Research Seminar (Proxemics)
Research Seminar (Communications Theory)
Research Seminar (Systems Theory)
Advanced Practicum in Clinical Psychology
Individual Research Supervision (M.A. and Ph.D. levels)
Dissociative and Personality Disorders
Courses taught at Loyola Law School:
Seminar on Regulation of Health Care Practice (2-units)
Health Care Law (3-units)
Course taught at Golden Gate University School of Law
Mental Disorder and the law (3-units)
Professional study groups for dissociative disorders:
Torrance, CA: ‘90-‘99.
Cerritos, CA: ‘92-‘99.
Oakland, CA: ‘98Davis, CA: ‘98University of Southern California Committees:
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Commission on student life: 1972.
Ad-Hoc committee on advisement (chairperson): 1975.
Advisory Board, student counseling center and older adult counseling center.
Medical school committee to evaluate the psychiatry department of Childrens'
Hospital of Los Angeles.
Great Issues Forum (sponsor of Justice Blackmun's visit).
Faculty Senate.
Interdivisional Majors Program faculty fellow selection committee.
Hospital Professional Staff Committees:
Del Amo Hospital and Charter Pacific Hospital, Torrance, CA.
Professional Activities.
Hospital/School liaison.
Medical Records.
By-laws.
Continuing professional education.
Interdisciplinary.
Marketing.
Credentials.
Peer review.
REFERENCES:
Available on request.
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