Hadas Pade

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Hadas Pade |
Assistant Professor

California School of Professional Psychology
PsyD in Clinical Psychology
Certificate in Clinical Psychology, Doctoral Respecialization
hpade2@alliant.edu
Professional Interests
Psychological Testing and Assessment, Assessment Supervision, Diversity Issues in Assessment Training, Collaborative Assessment
Bio

Hadas Pade, PsyD is an Assistant Professor with the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) of Alliant International University. She is also the Co-Director of the CSPP Assessment Center. Dr. Pade has been teaching and supervising assessment for the past 15+ years. Her primary area of practice and research includes psychological testing and assessment. Dr. Pade has written several book chapters and articles in the area of assessment including issues of disability and accessibility.  She often collaborates with her students on various projects related to assessment teaching and training. She also co-facilitates annual workshops at national conferences on psychological assessment and report writing.  Dr. Pade is the President Elect (2019-2021) for Section IX (Assessment) under APA’s Division 12 (Clinical Psychology) and an ex-offico appointed member of the Board of Trustees member for the Society for Personality Assessment. She is a Section Editor for the Journal for Personality Assessment. Dr. Pade has also been a leading figure in local SF bay area efforts to support and enhance collaborative assessment training and service to the community.   

Education
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2004
PsyD Clinical psychology, CSPP- Alameda 2004, Forensic Child & Family Track
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MS, Forensic Psychology John Jay College, CUNY, NY
Courses
Cognitive, Personality & Integrative Assessment
Advanced Assessment/Assessment Supplemental Practicum
Assessment Consultation
Research Proposal Design
Advanced Psychopathology
Honors
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Member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Division 2 Teaching Psychology
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Member of the Society for Personality Assessment (SPA)
Publications
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2020

Pade, H., Ingram, P. & Wright, A. J. (June 2020). Section IX: Teaching and Supervising Assessment beyond COVID-19. Washington DC; American Psychological Association. Retrieved from https://www.apa.org/topics/covid-19/teaching-supervising-assessment-beyond.pdf

Wright, A. J., Mihura, J. L., Pade, H. & McCord, D.M. (April 2020). Guidance on psychological tele-assessment during the COVID-19 crisis. Washington DC; American Psychological Association. Retrieved from https://www.apaservices.org/practice/reimbursement/health-codes/testing/tele-assessment-covid-19
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2019

Wright, A.J. & Pade, H. (2019). Supervising Psychological Assessment Report Writing. In A. J. Wright (Ed.), Essentials of Assessment Supervision. Wiley.

Wright, A. J. & Pade, H. (2019, August). Psychological Assessment Report Writing: Producing Meaningful Reports. A Full-Day Workshop conducted at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Pade, H., Miguel, A., Costa, L., Williams, T., Natoli, A., Pagano-Stalzer, C. & Wright, A. J. (2019, March). Learning psychological assessment: A student perspective… finally. Chair, a Roundtable session presented at the annual convention of the Society for Personality Assessment, New Orleans, Louisiana.
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2018

Pade, H. (2018). Culturally Responsive Personality Assessment: Blending Competence with Humility. In S. Smith & R. Krishnamurthy (Eds.), Diversity-Sensitive Personality Assessment. Routledge.
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2017

Pade, H., Carlos, M. & Drozdick, L. (November 2017). Digital Assessment Accessibility and Accommodations for Examiners with Disabilities. (Q-interactive technical report #15). NCS Pearson. Available at http://www.helloq.com
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