Presentations

Maurice F. Prout, Ph.D. – Presentations National

  • Pederzani, C., Prout, M.F., Knauss, L.K., Goldberg, K.B., Powell, R. (2008, August). Evidence Based Practice in Executive Coaching: A Guide for the Practitioner. American Psychological Association. Division 13, Boston, MA
  • Levin, S.C., Dundon, W.D., Xie, H., Prout, M.F., Pettinati, H.M. (2008, June). The efficacy of sertraline for Babor type Z alcohol dependence: A replication. Research Society on Alcoholism/International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism. Washington, D.C.
  • Pence, L.C., Prout, M.F., Boyer, B.A., Knauss, L.K., Hahn, D. (2008, March). The relationship between symptom severity in women with bulimia nervosa and factors of emotional intelligence. Society for Behavioral Medicine. San Diego, CA.
  • Yoder, S.E. & Prout, M.F. (2007, November). The Rorschach in Cognitive Behavioral Practice. Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapies. , Phila. PA.
  • Leonard, W.T., Prout, M.F., Debiak, D., Weiman, D., Masterpasqua, F., (2006, August). Couple Therapy: An Attachment-Constructivist Approach. American Psychological Association , Divisions 17 and 42, New Orleans, LA.
  • Castille, K., Prout, M., Marczyk, G., Yoder, S., Howlett, B., (2005, August). The Early Maladaptive Schemas of Self-Mutilators: Implications for Therapy. American Psychological Association, Division 29, Washington, D.C.
  • King, J., Prout, M., DeMatteo, J., Masterpasqua, F., Debiak, D. (2005, August). Supermax, Confinement in the Federal BOP: Suggestions for Clinical Intervention. American Psychological Association, Division 41, Washington, D.C.
  • Kolbay, K., Prout, M., Marczyk, G., Markowitz, M., Debiak, D. (2005, August). Juvenile Competence to Waive Miranda Rights: A Proposed Model for Assessment. American Psychological Association, Division 41, Washington, D.C.
  • Leflowitz, C., Prout, M., Paharia, I., Bledberg, J., Debiak, D., (2005, August). Animal-Assisted Prolonged Exposure: A new Treatment for Survivors of Sexual Assault Suffering with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. American Psychological Association, Division 29, Washington, D.C.
  • Borek, A., Marczyk, G., Proenca, J., Debiak, D., Prout, M., Mack-Allen, J., Serouya, R. (2005, August). The relationship between emotional intelligence and personality factors in a graduate-business school sample. American Psychological Association, Division 8, Washington, D.C.
  • Minnite, N., Goldberg, K., Prout, M., & Marczyk, G. (2004, November). The Exploration of PTSD Symptomatology in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury versus Neurologically Impaired Patients. National Academy of Neuropsychology, Seattle, WA.
  • Prout, M., & Dunlop, T. (2004, August). Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities under the Social Security Disability Programs. Symposium Chair, American Psychological Association, Division 33, Honolulu, Hawai’i.
  • Prout, M. & Dunlop, T. (2003, August). Childhood Mental Disability Programs Under Social Security Administration: Psychology’s Contribution. Symposium Chair, American Psychological Association, Division 37, Toronto, Canada.
  • Prout, M. (2003, May). A Clinical Conundrum: The Therapist’s Journey When Working with Complex and Diverse Populations. Symposium Chair, Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration, NY, NY. (Continuing Education Credits)
  • Prout, M. & Dunlop, T. (2002, August). The Mental Disability Programs under Social Security Administration, Psychology’s Contribution. Symposium Chair, American Psychological Association, Division 18, Chicago, IL.
  • Perri, G., Goldberg, K.B., Libon, D. Prout, M. & Lambert, J. (2002). Analysis of errors committed by patients with traumatic brain injuries. National Academy of Neuropsychology, Miami, Florida.
  • Prout, M. & Dunlop, T. (2001, August). A Practice Option; Psychological Consultation With Social Security Disability Determination. Symposium Chair, American Psychological Association, Division 42, San Francisco, CA. (Continuing Education Credits)
  • Prout, M. F. (2001, August). The Use of Film as a Training Medium in Exploring Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interventions in a Clinical Psychology Program. Panel presentation, University Film and Video Association, 55th Annual Conference, Eastman Kodak, Rochester, NY
  • McDonald, B., Goldberg, K.B., Prout, M., Masterpasqua, F. & Johnston, H. (2000, August). Utility of the PDD-NOS Diagnosis from a Neuropsychological Perspective. American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.
  • Dunlop, T. & Prout, M. (1999, August). Social Security Program Changes. Workshop presentation, Division 42, American Psychological Association, Boston, MA (Continuing Education Credits)
  • Prout, M. F. (1993, October). The Revised Childhood Mental Listings. Panel Presentation at Social Security Administration, Baltimore, MD
  • Prout, M. F. (1992, August). Surviving Managed Care: A Guide to Time-Limited Therapies. Chair and discussant of symposium at the 100th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC
  • Schwarz, R. S. and Prout, M. F. (1990, March). Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Integrative Approaches. Paper presented at the Spring Meeting of Division 29, American Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA
  • Schwarz, R. A. and Prout, M. F. (1990, April). Hypnosis and Change: Toward an Ericksonian Language for Psychotherapy Integration. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration, Philadelphia, PA
  • Prout, M. F. (1986, April). Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: Diagnostic and Treatment Considerations. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Orthopsychiatric Association, New York, NY
  • International

    Schwarz, R. A., & Prout, M. F. (1991, October). Ericksonian Approaches to Resolving and/or Preventing Post Traumatic Phobic Responses. Paper presented at the 7th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Washington, DC

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