PSAS 2020 - Session 5: Using the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)

PsychConsult, Inc. invites you to the webinar Using the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI), the fifth webinar in the PSAS 2020 Webinar Series!

 

 

Developed by Leslie C. Morey in 1991, the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) aims to measure major considerations when dealing with clients who may present with signs of psychopathology that are frequently seen in clinical settings.  This American-made tool has validity measures and clinical scales with relevant subscales.  Often used in both screening and in-depth assessments, the 344-item tool also measures factors associated with treatment considerations and interpersonal styles. 

 

The seminar starts with a brief history of the tool, and the various scales that it contains.  The discussion is anchored on its potential use among Filipino clients.  Participants deepen their knowledge in the use of the tool with an exercise in interpreting two sample protocols and demonstrating how a psychological report may be written based on these results.

 

 

Title:  PSAS 2020 - Session 5:  Using the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) 

Resource Speaker:  Dr. Arsenio Sze Alianan, Jr., PhD, RPsy

Event Delivery:  Webinar via Zoom 

Date:  October 31, Saturday, 10am to 12pm

Target Participants:  Registered Psychologists, Registered Psychometricians, Registered Guidance Counselors.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points:  TBA CPD Points for RPsy, RPm, and RGC

Rates:  Early Bird - Php 2,500 for all five sessions in this series until September 6, 2020 (Register here)
             Regular - Php 600 for individual session
             PAP Member - Php 550 for individual session
                 *This fee is inclusive of the seminar and certificate. Slots are secure upon payment.
                  Payments are nonrefundable and secured slots are non-transferable. 

 

At the end of this 2-hour webinar-workshop, the participants would be able to:

1.    Elucidate the general purpose and use of the PAI; 
2.    Explain the structure of the scales of the PAI;   
3.    Practice interpreting at least two (2) PAI test protocols; and 
4.    Write at least a few lines of the psychological report using PAI results.  

 

REGISTER HERE:

(Having trouble registering? Check the online guide at: www.tinyurl.com/PSAS-HowTo)

 

For more information, you may email psychconsult [dot] info [at] gmail [dot] com or contact us at (02) 8421-2469 or 0936-796 7177.

 

 

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