Knoxville Area Psychological Association


Past Presentations

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Borderline Personality Disorder: A Conceptual Framework and Implications for Treatment

Presented to KAPA on September 28, 2021

Monica Johnson, Psy.D. 


The Six Keys to Distance Therapy: Essentials of Ethical and Legal Telehealth Practice

Presented to KAPA on July 19, 2021

Terry A. Casey, Ph.D.                                  


Cultural Considerations When Interacting with Jewish Patients, Students, and Colleagues

Presented to KAPA on June 29, 2021

Eliyahu Reich, Ph.D.                                    Memphis VA Medical Center


Treatment of Insomnia and Related Sleep Disorders

Presented to KAPA on April 27, 2021

C. Keith Hulse, Ph.D. MCSP, ABSM  Behavioral Medicine Institute


pdf available upon request

Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Importance Of Assessing And Addressing Trauma

Presented to KAPA on February 23, 2021

Caleb Corwin, Ph.D.

University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine Center of Excellence for Children in State’s Custody


Dual Law and Ethics Presentations:

Laws, Rules and Regulations, and Ethics of the Board of Examiners in Psychology

Presented to KAPA on December 9, 2020

Todd M. Moore, PhD
Professor of Psychology
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Duality Happens: Ethics and Multiple Relationships in Psychological Practice

Michael C. Hawthorne, PhD
Private Practice
The Northshore Group