DuBose, T. (Upcoming: Summer, 2013). Abyss-mal consolation. Carmi Harari Early Career Award for Inquiry and Application Award
Lecture. 121st Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
DuBose, T. (Upcoming: Summer, 2013). Abyss-mal consolation: Soul pain and soul care from an existential-phenomenological perspective.
Center for Theology and Philosophy International Conference: The Soul. St. Anne’s College, Oxford University, England.
DuBose, T. (2013). Radical existentialism: Renewing our commitments in deepening contemporary practice. Society for Humanistic
Psychology Annual Conference, Santa Barbara, CA. Panel discussion with Erik Craig, Ph.D.
DuBose, T. (2013). Alone in the crowd? The challenge of practicing existential neuropsychology. Society for Humanistic Psychology Annual Conference, Santa Barbara, CA. Panel discussion with three other graduate students: Nichole Miller, Katarzyna Lesniak, Kelsey Clews.
DuBose, T. (2013). The wisdom of the clown: Our guide back to our humanity. 17th Annual Cultural Impact Conference, The Chicago School
of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus. Co-presented with Claude Barbre, Ph.D., Associate Professor, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
DuBose, T. (2012) Where the crooked are made straight: “Being-with” the fated hope of escaping facticity. 8th International World Forum of the International Federation of Daseinsanalysis. Budapest, Hungary.
DuBose, T. (2012). Being-With as Fated Hope: Existential-phenomenological “being-with” and implications for multi-discipline professionals facing “fated” situations. Two hour workshop: Presenttion/Grroup Simulation. 5th Annual American Psychological Association Division 32: Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference: Person, Consciousness, and Community. Pittsburgh, PA.
DuBose, T. (2011). Immeasurable Dasein in a measuring world. International Federation for Daseinsanalysis General Assembly. Athens, Greece. February, 2011.
DuBose, T. (2010). Accepting the reality of a loss: A Daseinsanalytic understanding of mooding, attuning, and communing with facticity, American Psychological Association, Div. 24, Panel Discussion: Psychotherapy and Heidegger’s Theory of Moods: Joy, Boredom, and Despair, San Diego, CA
DuBose, T. (2010). Diversity or essentialism: A forced choice for “best practices”? American Psychological Association, Div. 24, Panel Discussion: Multiplicity, Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, San Diego, CA
DuBose, T. (2009). On having nothing to lose: Daseins-icide and the lethal and liberating possibilities of “choosing-not-to-be-of-any-value” among children and adolescents. 7th Congress of the International Federation of Daseinsanalysis. Brussels, Belgium.
DuBose, T. (2008). On not knowing what to say in the tragic face of the other. Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences Annual Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.
DuBose, T. (2008). Pastoral psychotherapy: Daseinsanalytic possibilities. Society for Humanistic Psychology/American Psychological Association Div. 32, Boston, MA.
DuBose, T. (2007). Towards a Daseinsanalytic spirituality in psychotherapy. Inner Circle Seminar. Regent’s College School of Psychotherapy and Counseling. London, England.
DuBose, T. (2007). Michel Henry’s radical phenomenology: Implications for evidence-based assumptions and outcomes in researching psychotherapeutic practice. Society for Phenomenology and the Human Sciences Annual Conference, Chairperson for the Session: Social Interaction, Aesthetics, and Praxis, Chicago, Illinois.
DuBose, T. (2007). Lived theology in clinical practice: A Daseinsanalytic approach. Poster Presentation: Necessary conversations in Humanistic Psychology. American Psychological Association 2007 Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
DuBose, T. (2006). Alienated in a house of Being?: Existential aphasia and the sacred in Daseinsanalysis. 6th International Forum on Daseinsanalysis. Prague, Czech Republic.