Publications and Presentations
Pate, R. (2018). Common factors: Scientific support for a biblical model of marriage. CounselEd, 3(6), 1-10.
Pate, R. (2021, September). Utilizing Digital Media and Clinical Skills to Ethically Promote a Clinical Practice (1 CE, BBS). Seminar presented at the semi-annual World Conference of the American Association of Christian Counselors in Orlando, FL.
Pate, R. (2021, August). Attachment to God and Posttraumatic Growth: The Mediating Role of Gratitude to God. Poster co-presented with Stephanie Zivanovic and Teal Baker at the annual American Psychological Association meeting. Recorded video presentation.
Pate R. (2021, January). Enhancing Religion and Spirituality Training to Meet Diverse Client Preferences (1 CE, APA). Symposium co-presented with Kendall Boyd, Leihua Edstrom, and Elizabeth Irwin at the annual NCSPP Mid-Winter Conference, Live Synchronous Interactive format.
Pate, R. (2020, March). Interpersonal Mindfulness and Christian Alternatives in Clinical Practice: Responding to the Unique Needs of Christian Clients (1CE, APA). Seminar presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies in Atlanta, GA.
Pate, R. (2018, May). Psychotherapy with traditional men. Training presented to the Psychology intern cohort and Psychologist supervisors at San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, San Bernardino, CA.
Pate, R. (2018, March). Emotion-focused therapy with couples. Training presented to the Psychology intern cohort and Psychologist supervisors at San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, San Bernardino, CA.
Pate, R. (2018, February). Client and counselor worldviews: Applications to religious and spiritual interventions. Training presented to the clinical and administrative staff at Christian Counseling Services, Redlands, CA.
Pate, R. (2017, September). Increasing connection in missionary families. Presentation given at the “Annual Honduras Missionary Conference,” Tegucigalpa, Honduras.