Susan E Hawes (PhD)

Professor and Director of Accountability Research
Department of Clinical Psychology

Director of Assessment Training and Contracts
Psychological Services Center

Professional Presentations

Paper: Reader Reviews of Reviving Ophelia: Sites of Resistance and Re-enactment of Individualism at the end of the 20th Century at the ISTP 2007 Conference: Theoretical Psychology Beyond Borders: Transdisciplinarity and Internationalization. York University, Toronto, June 18-22, 2007.

Paper: Peacemaking as Ethical Being: Difference, Dialogue, and Hermeneutic Practice in the symposium, Visions in Conflict at the 5th Annual Division 36 Mid-Year Research Conference on Religion & Spirituality, Loyola College, March 2, 2007.

Paper: Training Clinical Psychologists for a Better World: Transcultural Competency at The 2007 Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, February 17, 2007.

Paper: Culture Studies Criticism and Popular Psychology. The 3rd North American Critical Psychology Conference: Critical, Theoretical, & Historical Perspectives in Psychology. York University, Toronto, Canada. April, 2006.

Paper: Self Help, Popular Psychology, and Popular Culture, Division 26, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2005.

Paper: Why Not Social Justice? Division 2, Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2005.

Paper: Why Not Social Justice Training for Clinical Psychologists? International Critical Psychology Conference 2005, June 28-July 1, Durban, South Africa

Paper: Swords to Plowshares: Teaching Clinical Psychologists to do Research for Social Justice, at the International Society for Theoretical Psychology 2005 Conference, June 20-24, Cape Town, South Africa.

Workshop: Dialogue Across Differences, at the Psychologists for Social Responsibility and Counselors for Social Justice 2005 Conference, Beyond Talk: Tools for Advocacy and Social Action, May 19-22 in Portland, Oregon.

Paper: Social Justice Training for Clinical Psychologists? at the Psychologists for Social Responsibility and Counselors for Social Justice 2005 Conference, Beyond Talk: Tools for Advocacy and Social Action, May 19-22 in Portland, Oregon.

Roundtable Presentation: A Curriculum for Social Justice in the Training of Clinical Psychologists at Psychologists for Social Responsibility Twentieth Anniversary Conference, March 2003.

Poster Co-presentation with Jonathan Day: Beyond Accreditation: Hidden Benefits in Exceeding APA Self-Study Requirements, at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2000.

Poster Presentation: A Proposal for the Reintroduction of Dialogue into Public Academic Forums, at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2000.

Poster Co-presentation with Jonathan Day: Clinical Psychology Program Self-Study: A Criterion and Training Model Referenced Design at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 23, 1999.

Paper Presentation: Does the Psychologist’s Commitment to Social Responsibility Necessarily Mean a Commitment to Social Justice? 8th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Sydney, Australia, April 25-29, 1999.

Multimedia Co-presentation with Gregory Baker: Cyber Texts and Java Images: Communication, Critique, and Social Change. 8th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Sydney, Australia, April 25-29, 1999.

Paper Presentation: Making girls: Psychology’s inscription of somebodies, at the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998.

Poster Presentation: Results of the Women’s Issues Committee Survey of Programs, National Council of Schools and Programs in Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference, Santa Fe, NM, January, 1998

Symposium Presentation: Making Adolescent Girls: discursive limits to female embodiment, at the Association for Women in Psychology, Southern Regional Chapter, Conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina, October 24 - 26, 1996.

Symposium Co-presentation: Supervision, Collaboration & Reflexivity: Feminist Research in Process with Holly Higinbotham, Lorraine Mangione, & Donna Murphy for Division 35 at the American Psychological Association 1996 National Conference, Toronto, August 10 - 13, 1996.

Symposium Presentation: Disciplinary Practices and Clinical Supervision at the Association for Women in Psychology, Southern Regional Chapter, Conference in HIlton Head, South Carolina, October 23 - 26, 1995.

Symposium Co-presentation: Playing in the Postmodern Clearing: A Drama of Interpretation in Two Acts with Andrew Prokopis for Division 24 at the American Psychological Association 1995 National Conference, New York, August 11 - 14, 1995.

Symposium Presentation: Applying a Feminist Critique to Academic Presentations at the Association for Women in Psychology, Southern Regional Chapter, Conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina, October 28 - 30, 1994.

Symposium Presentation: Citings of Hierarchy in Academic Presentations: An Exercise in Reflexivity at the American Psychological Association 1994 National Conference, Division 35, Los Angeles California, August 11 - 14, 1994.

Panel Participant: on Feminist Social Constructionism at the Inquiries in Social Constructionism Conference, University of New Hampshire, June 3 - 6, 1993.

Paper Presentation: Reflexivity and Collaboration in the Supervisory Process at the March, 1993 Association of Women in Psychology National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Preconference Workshop: Constructing a feminist model of supervision: A workshop in uses of Collaboration, mutuality & reflexivity with Lisa Frey, MA at the March, 1993 Association of Women in Psychology National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Workshop: Feminism in Psychology: The Integration of Critique and Empowerment in Clinical Practice at the Supervisors' Series, Antioch New England Department of Applied Psychology, May 8, 1992.

Workshop: Socially Constructing Motherhood, with Cathy Lerner, PhD at the Western New England Regional Association for Women in Psychology Meeting, October, 1991, Keene, NH.

Roundtable Presentations on Feminist Research Methodologies : The ‘Feminsation’ of Psychological Methods and A Feminist Method: Eliciting Social Constructions at the American Psychological Association National Conference, August, 1991, San Francisco, California.

Paper Presentation: Exploring Therapists’ Concepts Using Multiple Sorting and Multidimensional Scaling Analysis at the American Psychological Association National Conference, August, 1991, San Francisco, California.

Paper: The Dimensions of Therapists’ Thoughts in Response to Therapy Failures at the American Psychological Association National Conference, August, 1991, San Francisco, California.

Symposium Paper: Using Open Card Sorting with Multidimensional Scaling in Understanding Therapists' Conceptualizations of Therapy Failures at the Association for Counseling and Development's Annual Conference, March, 1991, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Workshop: Feminist Epistemology and Research Methodologies, with Lorraine Mangione at the March, 1991 Association of Women in Psychology Annual National Convention in Hartford, Connecticut.

Poster Session: Studying Conceptual Systems with Open Card Sorting and Multidimensional Scaling, with John Carey at the 1990 American Psychological Association National Convention in Boston, Massachusetts.

Workshop: Assessment in Strategic Family Therapy to the Participant’s Conference in Systemic Therapies, Amherst, Massachusetts, and to the New England Regional American Association for Marital and Family Therapists. Both in June, 1983.