NASSPD 2018!

Apr 16, 2018

Group Picture

The North American Society for the Study of Personality Disorders (NASSPD) held its annual conference in NYC over this past weekend and the levy lab was definitely making an influence there! Some notable remarks from the weekend:

  • Dr. Levy presented a master clinician keynote on entitled "Teaching and Disseminating Complex Treatments for Personality Disorders to Trainees and Clinicians," and also a symposium titled "Psychotherapy Across the Alphabet Divide."
  • Benjamin Johnson presented on a panel with Mark Zimmerman and former graduate student Bill Ellison.
  • Yogev Kivity, Lia Rosenstein, and Thomas Crow all presented a speed-data presentation and were close contenders for the best speed-data presentation award. Speed-data presentations are limited to only five minutes, and all of them had did a wonderful job.
  • Former graduate student Lori Scott won the NASSPD's award for Early Career Contributions! We are very happy for Lori to have won this award.
  • Former graduate student Joe Beeney was there with his lab. Some of his lab members also presented a speed-data presentation and did an excellent job.
  • Former undergraduate lab member Neil Andrew also attended the conference and presented a poster there.

Overall, the conference went successfully just as last year and it was delightful to see both current and former members of the lab to achieve so many outstanding accomplishments, great job to everyone!

If you would like to see photos from the weekend, click here to see more!