Presentations
                                  *Excluding posters

2020

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2019

Cherniak, A. D. (2019). Complete yet incomplete: Rav Kook's view of the world and the self. Lecture at The Great Synagogue of Paris, Paris, France.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2019). Prayer and closeness to God in three different religious samples. Paper Presentation, 91st Annual Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2019). The age of anxiety: What rabbis need to know. Invited Presentation – Massachusetts Board of Rabbis.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2019). When the going gets tough: CBT/DBT-based intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment of Orthodox Jewish patients and their families. Invited Clinical Workshop, Machon Dvir, Jerusalem, Israel.

2018

Pirutinsky, S. (June, 2018). God of the Cognitive Unconscious. Paper presented at Monsey Forum on Psychology, Religion and Religious Community. New Hempstead, NY.

 

Pirutinsky, S. (February, 2018). Spiritual Struggles and Mental Health. Paper presented at the annual executive Ed.D. Mifgash, Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration at Yeshiva University. New York, NY.

Pirutinsky, S. (February, 2018). Religiosity and Mental Health: New Research. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Judaism, Science & Medicine Group, University of Texas at Austin. Austin, TX.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2018). Addressing anxiety in elementary, middle & high school students. Invited Presentation – Ohel, Zachter Training Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2018). Managing anxiety in parents and in our children. Invited Presentation – Madraigos, Far Rockaway, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2018). Treatment of Orthodox Jews with cognitive behavior therapy. Judaism, Science & Medicine, 10th Annual Meeting, Austin, TX.

2017

Rosmarin, D. H. (2017). Using evidence-based practices with specific religious and non-religious populations. Panel Discussion, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, 51st Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

2016

Rosmarin, D. H. (2016). Losing Touch with Reality: What Clergy Need to Know about Psychosis. Invited Lecture – Center for Kehilla Development, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2016). Observant or obsessive? Religion & OCD. Invited Lecture – Center for Anxiety, Brooklyn, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2016). Spirituality & religion in CBT: What clinicians can learn from the teachings of different religious. Panel Discussion, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, 50th Annual Meeting, New York, NY.

2015

Rosmarin, D. H. (2015). Mental disorders: What do clergy need to know? Invited Workshop – Center for Kehilla Development, Jerusalem, Israel.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2015). Observant or Obsessive? Religion and OCD Invited Lecture – Center for Kehilla Development, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2015). Practicing CBT with religious patients in Christian, Muslim and Jewish Communities. Clinical Round Table, European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, 45th Congress, Jerusalem, Israel.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2015). Suicidality & Non-suicidal Self-Injury: An Introduction for Clergy Invited Lecture – Center for Kehilla Development, Jerusalem, Israel.

Pirutinsky, S. (June, 2015). From demons to data: Religion and mental health. Workshop presented at CHEMED Summer Internship Program, Lakewood, NJ.

2014

Pirutinsky, S. Rosmarin, D. H. (November, 2014). A paradigm to assess implicit attitudes towards God: The Positive/Negative God Associations Task. Paper presented at the 26th Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research. New York, NY.

Rosmarin, D.H., Pirutinsky, S., Sklar, A., Shabtai, S., & Naftalovich, H. (August, 2014). An initial evaluation of the Connections Program: A spiritually-based treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder. American Psychological Association, 122nd annual meeting. Washington, DC.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2014). The connections paradigm: A spiritual model of heroism. Scholar in Residence – International Organization of Mussar Vaadim, Jerusalem, Israel.

Pirutinsky, S. (August, 2014). Religious conflict within Orthodox Jewish families: Theory, research and practice. Grand rounds presented at the Center for Applied Psychology – Department of Clinical Services, Monsey, NY.

2013

Pirutinsky, S. (October, 2013). Is Self-Control a Confounding or Mediating Factor in the Relationship between Religiousness and Criminal Behavior? A Developmental Study of Adolescent Offenders. Paper  presented at the 25th Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research. New York, NY

Pirutinsky, S. (October, 2013). Religious conflict within Orthodox Jewish families in Israel. Paper  presented at the 25th Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research. New York, NY.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2013). Intimacy and connection: The relevance of spirituality. Scholar in Residence – International Organization of Mussar Vaadim, Jerusalem, Israel.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2013). Judaism & mental health: An empirical approach. Invited Lecture – Jewish Family Service, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2013). Mental health and spiritual growth: The importance of connection. Invited Lecture – Village Shul Learning Center, Toronto, ON.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2013). Taking out the guesswork: What Jewish outreach can learn from social science. Invited Lecture – Association of Jewish Outreach Professionals, Stamford, CT.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2013). The science of Jewish social development. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2013). The worlds of connection & disconnection: An ancient Jewish approach to a modern problem. Invited Lecture – Meor, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Rosmarin, D. H., & Pirutinsky, S. (January, 2013). Taking the Guesswork out of Kiruv: The Role and Importance of Social Science Research. Workshop presented at 25th Annual Convention of the Association of Jewish Outreach Professionals, Stamford, CT.

Schnall, E., Cherniak, A., Eichenbaum, B. (2013, March). Learning self-acceptance from stories of Jewish tradition. Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association’s Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

Schnall, E., Schiffman, M., Cherniak, A. (2013, May). Effect of religion and spirituality on subjective well-being across religions. Symposium presented at APS Annual Convention. Washington, DC.

2012

Pelcovitz, D., Cahn, J., Kor, A., & Pirutinsky, S. (January, 2012). Keynote session: The families of Baalei Teshuvah. Workshop presented at the 24th Annual Convention of the Association of Jewish Outreach Professionals, Stamford, CT.

 

Pirutinsky, S. (April, 2012). Spiritual struggles and mental health within the Orthodox Jewish community. Paper presented at the Judaism and Mental Health Research Conference, Center for Anxiety, New York, NY

Pirutinsky, S., Midlarsky, E., Bornstein, R., & McGowan, J. (October, 2012). Are the psychological benefits of religiosity among women dependent on their religious-culture’s attitudes towards women? Results from the European Social Survey. 24th Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research. New York, NY.

Rosmarin, D.H., Pirutinsky, S., Shabtai, D., & Pargament, K.I.  (August 2012). Spiritual struggle and depression among Orthodox Jews: A longitudinal study in a clinical sample. Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association: 120th annual meeting. Orlando, FL.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Connection, disconnection and anxiety disorders: A Jewish psychological approach to a modern problem. Scholar in Residence Lecture – East Hill Synagogue, Englewood, NJ.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Faith and anxiety: Lessons from a Jewish context. Invited Address, Universidad Inter-Americana de Puerto Rico (Inter-American University of Puerto Rico), Ponce, PR.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Faith, trust and anxiety disorders: An empirically-supported conceptual framework. Invited Address, Department of Psychology, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Is there room for God in psychotherapy? Scholar in Residence Lecture – East Hill Synagogue, Englewood, NJ.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Judaism and mental health: An empirical approach. Lecture at Meor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Judaism and mental health: An empirical approach. Lecture at Meor, Harvard University, Boston, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Judaism & mental health: An empirical approach and personal journey. Invited Lecture – Active Minds, Stern College, New York, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Observant or obsessive? Religious life and OCD. Invited Lecture – Mt. Sinai Jewish Center of Washington Heights, New York, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Spiritual issues in counseling Jewish college students. Clinical Workshop, Stern College/Yeshiva University Counseling Center.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Spiritual struggle and depression among Orthodox Jews: A longitudinal study in a clinical sample. Symposium Presentation, American Psychological Association, 120th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2012). Spiritually based stress reduction for the Jewish community. Clinical Workshop, Center for Anxiety, New York, NY.

2011

Pirutinsky, S. (November, 2011). Religious change and depressive symptoms among youth in foster care with or without a history of sexual abuse. Paper presented at the 23rd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research, New York, NY.

 

Pirutinsky, S., & Kor, A. (November, 2011). Relevance of the circumplex model to family functioning among Orthodox Jews. Paper presented at the 23rd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research, New York, NY.  

Pirutinsky, S., Rosmarin, D., & Holt, C. (November, 2011). Religious coping moderates the relationship between emotional functioning and obesity. Paper presented at the 23rd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research, New York, NY.

Rosmarin, D. H., Pirutinsky, S. & Pargament, K. I. (August, 2011). An 11th Century Jewish perspective on the etiology of anxiety and depression. In Schnall, E. (Chair), Ancient Jewish Wisdom for Modern Minds. Symposium presented at the 119th meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Rosmarin, D.H., Pirutinsky, S. & Pargament, K. I. (August, 2011). Integrating religious beliefs into a cognitive model of worry. In Smith, A. H. (Chair), Beliefs: An Important but Under-Researched Dimension in the Psychology of Religion. Symposium presented at the 119th meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). A spiritual and psychological approach to anxiety disorders. Lecture at Meor, Tufts University, Medford, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). Anxiety and depression: An 11th century Jewish perspective. Symposium Presentation, American Psychological Association, 119th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). Connection, disconnection and anxiety disorders: An ancient approach to a modern problem. Lecture at Home of Rev. Dr. Barbara H. Nielsen, Boston, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). Faith, trust, & anxiety: An empirical approach. Lecture at Yeshiva College, New York, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). Jewish wisdom for modern minds: Anxiety disorders and their treatment. Lecture at Meor, Boston University, Boston, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). Test & exam anxiety: A spiritual & psychological approach. Lecture at Stern College for Women, New York, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. (2011). The burgeoning science of Jewish psychology. Lecture at Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Child Psychiatry, MA.

2010

Holt, C. L., Rosmarin, D. H., Feldman, R., Caplan, L., & Pirutinsky, S. (June, 2010). Assessing spiritual health locus of control beliefs in a Jewish population. Paper presented at the Society for Spirituality, Theology, and Health’s 3rd Annual Conference, Durham, NC.

Pirutinsky, S., Midlarsky, E., & Rosmarin, D. H. (November, 2010). Do spiritual struggles accompany, cause, or result from depression among religious Jews? Paper presented at the 22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research, New York, NY.

 

Rosmarin, D. H., Pargament, K. I., Kelemen, L., Mahoney, A., & Pirutinsky, S. (May, 2010). Spiritually-integrated CBT for sub-clinical anxiety in a religious community: A randomized controlled trial in an international sample. In

 

D. H. Rosmarin (Chair). Disseminating our treatments to religious populations around the world: Spiritually-integrated CBT. Symposium presented at the World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Boston, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H. & Pirutinsky, S. (May, 2010). Do Medical Models of Mental Illness Relate to Increased or Decreased Stigmatization of Mental Illness among Orthodox Jews? In A. Milevsky (Chair). Chosen but forgotten: The emerging state of research on Orthodox Judaism and mental health. Symposium presented at the Association for Psychological Science 22nd Annual Convention, Boston, MA.

 

Rosmarin, D. H., Pirutinsky, S., & Siev, J. (May, 2010). Recognition of scrupulosity and non-religious OCD in an international sample of Orthodox and non-Orthodox Jews. In D. H. Rosmarin (Chair). Obsessive compulsive disorder and religion around the world. Symposium presented at the World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Boston, MA.

2009

Pirutinsky, S. (March, 2009). Community attitudes towards culture-influenced mental illness: Scrupulosity vs. OCD among Orthodox Jews. Paper presented at the Georgian Court University Celebration of Faculty Scholarship and Creativity, Lakewood, NJ.

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