Upcoming presentations

Evaluating shame with the Thurston Cradock Test of Shame (TCTS)

Julie Cradock O'Leary, Ph.D.

Webinar, The Ardent Grove Foundation, Denver, CO

June 21, 2022

Evaluating the “sleeper in psychopathology” with the Thurston Cradock Test of Shame (TCTS)

Julie Cradock O'Leary, Ph.D.

Workshop, Congress of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods, Geneva, Switzerland

July 11, 2022

"The little girl and the dog hurt my heart.":  When TCTS characters provide an entry point to self-compassion

Julie Cradock O'Leary, Ph.D.

Paper in symposium, "The Therapeutic Power of the Rorschach and Other Projective Tests," Congress of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods, Geneva, Switzerland

July 13, 2022

Seven cases that illustrate the power of using the Rorschach and Thurston Cradock Test of Shame (TCTS) together

Symposium, Congress of the International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods, Geneva, Switzerland

July 13, 2022

 

           When Rorschach and TCTS data come together, a clearer picture emerges

           Julie Cradock O'Leary, Ph.D.

          Using the Rorschach and TCTS to highlight shame-based hypervigilance in a             

          Therapeutic Assessment with a 19 year old male

          Edward B. Jenny, Psy.D.

          “What else can happen?": Using the TCTS and the Rorschach to help a 17 year old   

           girl make the transition from high school to university

           Carol-Jane Parker, M.Ed.

          “Stay with the pretty picture, people are hard."  Using the Rorschach and TCTS to   

           clarify defensive processing

           Stephen Seger, LSW

           Shame in Hikikomori symptoms: Identification of shame by the Rorschach and 

           TCTS

           Mitsugu Murakami, M.A.

           In hindsight: Realizing the Rorschach and TCTS held the connecting piece to   

           complete a puzzle

           Donna Kelley, IHM, Psy.D., ABAP

           Cassandra Parrish, M.A.

           “If I’m damned to hellfire, why not make the best of it?" Using the Rorschach and   

           TCTS to disentangle shame from the fear of damnation

           Miles Broadbery, M.Sc.

          "How can I feel emotions more deeply? Or do I even want?” Using the Rorschach 

           and the TCTS to highlight this adolescent’s dilemma of change

           Pamela Schaber, Ph.D.