Chuck Ruby, Ph.D.
In 2001 the late irreverent comedian George Carlin used the phrase "spooky language" to describe the wording of the 10 commandments. I do not cite Carlin in order to debase religious beliefs as he did. I think spirituality and religion can be of immense comfort and contribute to a sense of meaningful well-being for some people. I mention Carlin's comedic use of the phrase only in order to apply it to a recent study by Schmitz and colleagues...
21st Annual Conference of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry
Early October 2018 - Details Coming Soon!
Select Videos of Past Conferences
Phil Sinaikin, M.D. (Denver, Colorado 2017)
Sera Davidow (Denver, Colorado 2017)
Julie Greene (Denver, Colorado 2017)
Bert Karon, M.D. (Portland, Oregon 2016)
Dina Tyler (Portland, Oregon 2016)
Burton Seitler, Ph.D. (Portland, Oregon 2016)