This webinar is intended for practitioners who have yet to adopt the MMPI-2-RF who wish to know the benefits of doing so. Content includes illustrative case comparisons that demonstrate how using the MMPI-2-RF can enhance clinical effectiveness and efficiency.
Anne-Marie Kimbell, PhD and Peter Entwistle, PhD
This webinar will explore the topic of presurgical assessment and will provide information about several assessment tools that can help the clinician understand these biopsychosocial variables and how they can predict outcomes.
Dr. Block will cover a model for presurgical psychological evaluation, several MMPI-2-RF Spine-CIR/Stim-CIR case examples and discuss advanced interpretation, report features, and the extensive clinical research base supporting use of the MMPI-2-RF in these high-risk interventions.
This webinar will cover an empirically validated mapping of MMPI-2-RF scales onto the 10 personality disorders in the DSM-5. Basic links between the MMPI-2-RF and the alternative model for personality disorders will be covered as well. The webinar will conclude with a several case examples.
This advanced webinar is intended for practitioners who wish to know more about the benefits of using the MMPI-2-RF in forensic settings. General considerations for using the test in forensic practice and illustrative case examples will be covered.
This webinar is intended for practitioners who have yet to adopt the MMPI-2-RF who wish to know the benefits of doing so and how this might affect their practice. See illustrative case comparisons that demonstrate how using the MMPI-2-RF can enhance clinical effectiveness and efficiency.
Dr. Block discusses the use of the MMPI-2-RF in presurgical evaluations of spine and spinal cord stimulator candidates and introduces the newest, empirically based MMPI-2-RF reports designed to assist you in accurately and efficiently evaluating these surgical candidates.
This advanced webinar focuses on using the MMPI-2-RF Police Candidate Interpretive Report (PCIR) in combination with measures of normal personality, collateral/background information, and clinical interview findings to determine a candidate’s psychological suitability for police work.