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Saturday October 17, 2020
12:00 PM -to- 4:00 PM EDT

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                  An In-Depth Case Interpretation  

Greg Meyer 

This 4-hour online workshop by Greg Meyer, Ph.D. focuses on R-PAS interpretation with an illustrative case. The workshop focuses on an adult case that illustrates the clinical application of R-PAS. Upon proof of enrollment in the workshop, participants will be able to request a copy of the R-PAS results for this clinical case in order to familiarize themselves with the case specifics before the workshop. This will not only maximize the time spent in the workshop but allow the participants to be more meaningfully involved in discussing the interpretations for the case. In general, participants will receive training in the principles and procedures for generating interpretive inferences that are most closely aligned with the research literature and the psychological processes that are involved in generating each response. 

Throughout there is time for questions, comments, and discussion with those in attendance. This workshop should be useful for people who teach personality assessment, but it is especially aimed at the needs of practitioners. It should appeal to practitioners and teachers interested in learning how to more fully and accurately understand clients through multimethod clinical assessments that incorporate making careful inferences from valid, performance-based R-PAS scales.


  1. Summarize the R-PAS principles for accurate interpretation.
  2. Apply R-PAS interpretive procedures and guidelines to an adult case.
  3. Utilize the R-PAS scoring printout to make accurate interpretations.
  4. Utilize and apply idiographic response features to enhance and tailor nomothetic inferences.


12pm – 1pm:    Review of Principles and Procedures of R-PAS Coding and Interpretation
1pm – 2pm:      Case Introduction and Review of non-R-PAS test results
2pm – 4pm:      Case Interpretation Using the Scoring Protocol and Interpretive Guide. 

The cost for the webinar is $100. Students (40% off), university instructors (20% off), and clinical supervisors (10% off) may request a discount code prior to completing registration by contacting us at info@r-pas.org; students should submit proof of academic enrollment or an unofficial transcript, while instructors and supervisors should submit some documentation attesting to their role. Discounts are not available after registration is completed. 

Cancellations: Cancellations can be requested up to seven (7) days prior to the event (no later than Oct. 10th).  Qualifying cancellations will result in a refund of the amount paid minus a $25 processing fee, payable by check or PayPal (credit cards will not be credited).

Continuing Education Credit:  Participants are eligible for 4 hours of continuing education credit. The program must be completed in its entirety with sign-in at the beginning and sign-out at the conclusion of the webinar in order to qualify for this credit (i.e., partial hours cannot be accommodated). CE Fee: There is an additional $15 charge to obtain a CE certificate. If you wish to receive CE, please select this option when registering. 

This program is co-sponsored by the Society of Personality Assessment (SPA) and R-PAS. SPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. SPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content. 


Gregory J. Meyer, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Toledo, where he has been since 2003. Before this, he was at the University of Alaska Anchorage and the University of Chicago Medical Center, where he was the director of the inpatient and outpatient Psychological Assessment Service. He was the Editor of the Journal of Personality Assessment from 2002 to 2013. His research focuses on psychological assessment, with an emphasis on the integration of personality assessment methods. Much of his work has addressed performance-based measures of psychological processes, most notably with the Rorschach. With more than 90 peer-reviewed publications, he has made many contributions to the published literature in this area, as well as in psychometrics and assessment more generally. He regularly provides invited lectures and trainings internationally. On four occasions, the Society for Personality Assessment recognized him with Distinguished Contribution Awards for articles in the published literature. He also received the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Assessment Psychology by the Assessment Section of Clinical Psychology (American Psychological Association, Section IX, Division 12). He is a Fellow of Division 5 (Evaluation, Measurement, & Statistics) of the American Psychological Association and of the Society for Personality Assessment. In addition to co-authoring the manual for the Rorschach Performance Assessment System, he co-edited a casebook entitled Using the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS).