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Monica Pignotti: Curriculum Vita

April 12, 2011

Here is a link to my current CV.  I present it here to counteract the out of context presentations and so-called “analysis” of my CV that have occurred as part of the ongoing smear campaign against me on certain other WordPress blogs and elsewhere, which have falsely claimed that all I ever wrote about was Scientology and Thought Field Therapy (TFT), so here it is in full. In fact, I have no peer reviewed publications on Scientology and although I do have a number of critical publications on TFT, I have a number of publications, including five so far in 2011, that have nothing to do with TFT. Here is an update. Since the CV linked to was posted, some of the articles listed as “in press” have been published.  Here are my peer reviewed publications, thus far, for 2011 (as of November 2, 2011):

Pignotti, M. & Thyer, B. (2011). Novel and empirically supported therapies: Patterns of usage among licensed clinical social workers. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. DOI: 10.1017/S135246581100052X

Pignotti, M. & Thyer, D. (2011). Guidelines for the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder. Best Practices in Mental Health, 7(2), 84-93.

Pignotti, M. (2011). Reactive attachment disorder and international adoption: A systematic research synthesis. The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 8, 30-49.

Pignotti, M. & Albright, D. (2011). Mixing apples and oranges and other methodological problems with a meta-analysis of long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39, 347-354. DOI: 10.1007/s10615-010-0297

Thyer, B. & Pignotti, M. (2011). Evidence-based Practices do not exist. Clinical Social Work Journal, 39, 328-333.

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