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R-PAS Interpretation in

Multimethod Assessment: 2 Cases

 Joni L. Mihura

This 8-hour webinar by Joni L. Mihura, Ph.D., ABAP presents 2 adult cases that illustrate the clinical application of R-PAS in a multimethod context. The webinar focuses on two cases that Dr. Mihura supervised who were assessed with multiple methods of assessment. Case 1 is “RM” in the R-PAS manual, a single gay man in his mid-20s. In addition to R-PAS, his test results include the WAIS-IV, MMPI-2 (which is also scored for the MMPI-2-RF), and the TAT. Beyond the discussion of RM’s R-PAS results that are in the test manual, the case presentation and discussion will show specifically what R-PAS added to the multimethod assessment in understanding his personality and answering his assessment questions. The second case is a young heterosexual woman (“AK”) concerned that concussions had affected her memory and IQ. She was tested with a battery of cognitive ability, memory, and achievement tests (WAIS-IV, WMS-IV, CPT-II, WIAT-III) and the TOMM as well as R-PAS and the MMPI-2 (also scored for the MMPI-2-RF). After learning more about her condition, another self-report test was used to help conduct an interview around those symptoms.

After enrolling in the webinar, participants will be provided with a a link to access a copy of the full R-PAS results for the 2 clinical cases, powerpoint, video links, and, if CEs are desired, the final quiz and course evaluation. This information will be emailed to you within 48 hours of registration. You can contact manager@r-pas.org if you have questions concering this.

The goal of the webinar is to understand clients more fully and accurately through multimethod clinical assessments that incorporate careful inferences made 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 two cases.
  3. Utilize the R-PAS results output to make accurate interpretations.
  4. Integrate R-PAS results with other methods of assessment.
  5. Conceptualize the cases through the lens of the methods by which they were assessed to formulate the constructs.


Case 1

Overview of R-PAS Interpretive Principles and Procedures
Case History, Assessment Questions, and Rationale for Using R-PAS
Summary of WAIS-IV and MMPI-2 Results and Further Questions for R-PAS
Orientation to RM’s R-PAS Protocol Responses and Major Findings
RM R-PAS Interpretation
Integration of R-PAS with Other Test Data
Summary Conceptualization

Case 2

Case History, Assessment Questions, and Rationale for Using R-PAS
Summary of Key Cognitive & Achievement Test Results
Summary of Key MMPI-2 Results and Further Questions for R-PAS
Orientation to AK’s R-PAS Protocol Responses and Major Findings
2:05pm – 3:30pm: AK R-PAS Interpretation
Integration of R-PAS with Other Test Data
Summary Conceptualization

Fees: The cost for the webinar is $230. 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 and partial refunds are not available if you do not apply relevant discount codes in advance. Thus, if for some reason it appears your discount code is not working, contact us before completing the registration.

Cancellations: You may cancel and receive a full refund minus a $25 processing fee up to 24 hours after registration.

Continuing Education Credit:  Participants are eligible for 8 hours of continuing education credit. The program must be completed in its entirety with successful completion (70% or higher) of a final quiz 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 $30 charge to obtain a CE certificate. If you wish to receive CE, please select this option when registering.

This program is co-sponsored by Alliant International University and R-PAS. Alliant International University is approved by the American Psychological Association to Sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Alliant International University maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

Skill Level of Participants:

Advanced; attendees should be familiar with R-PAS and its basic interpretive principles and procedures.


Joni L. Mihura, PhD, ABAP is a Professor of Psychology in the Clinical Psychology PhD Program at the University of Toledo where she teaches graduate courses in Assessment, supervises Assessment Practicum, and undergraduate Psychological Testing and Abnormal Psychology. She is Board Certified in Assessment Psychology (ABAP). Dr. Mihura received early career awards from Society for Personality Assessment (SPA) and the American Psychoanalytic Association as well as an SPA award for contributions to the literature. She is a Fellow of SPA, and currently serving as its President-Elect. She has published numerous articles and chapters on psychological assessment, and best known for her groundbreaking work with the Rorschach inkblot test—including systematic reviews and meta-analyses of the test’s validity. She is the co-editor of two recent books—Using the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS) and the Handbook of Gender and Sexuality in Psychological Assessment—and the co-developer of a new Rorschach system, the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS), for which she presents invited lectures and trainings internationally. In the past few years, Dr. Mihura has been developing a new area of expertise in psychosis for which she currently has articles and chapters in press and presented at the Schizophrenia International Research Society in 2020. Her new area of expertise is designed to inform the development of the new Thought and Perception Assessment System, a Rorschach system designed to assess psychosis specifically.