Earon Kavanagh
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Earon Kavanagh

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    Birthday:
    Oct 20, 1953 (Age: 67)
    Home Page:
    http://www.earonkavanagh.ca
    Location:
    Vancouver
    Occupation:
    Associate Faculty, City University of Seattle Mast

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    • Chartered psychologist, accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS)
    • Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
    • GBC - Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (assessed by BPS special case criteria)
    • BPS accreditation in Psychology Teaching and Research, and Occupational Psychology
    • Full member of the Occupational Psychology Section - BPS
    • Psychometric Test Specialist, accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS)
    • Certified Executive Coach - Royal Roads University post graduate certificate
    • Voting member, professional member - Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology
    Ph.D., Social/Organizational Psychology, U. of Tilburg, Netherlands (2008)
    MBA, change leadership, City University of Seattle (2014)
    M.S., Human Services, Columbia Commonwealth (2001 - formerly Columbia Pacific, unaccredited/state approved)
    B.S., Human Services, Columbia Pacific (1995/unaccredited/ state approved)
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    Peer reviewed publications to date:

    • Kavanagh, Earon (2017). Personality testing in the workplace: Can internet business disruption erode the influence of psychology ethics? In Cripps, B., (Ed.). Psychological Testing, Critical Perspectives. UK: Wiley.
    • Kavanagh, E. (2010). Consulting Wittgenstein: On the quest to administratively regulate therapists in Canada. In S. Kensen (Ed.). Administrative Theory and Praxis, June 2010, Vol. 32, No. 2

    • Kavanagh, E.T.E. (2008). Communities of practice: A relational view of organizing, power, and possibilities: reflections from a family therapist and consultant. (Published doctoral dissertation). Tilburg University Press: Tilburg Netherlands. Available from Narcis Promise of Science Dutch dissertations and theses database, (Narcis No. urn:nbn:nl:ui:12-3159868)

    • Kavanagh, E. (2007). Moshing for Space: The Pre-Olympics Colonization of Vancouver’s Main Street. In S. Klassen (Ed.), Main Street: Discussions on urban culture. Calgary: Funbook Publishing

    • Kavanagh, E. (2002). Epilogue: A juxtaposition of virtual discourse communities and organizational life”. In L. Holmes, D.M. Hosking, and M. Grieco (Eds) Organizing in the information age: Distributed technology, distributed leadership, distributed identity, distributed discourse. Aldershot: Ashgate

    • Kavanagh, E. (2000). A Social Psychology of Collaboration, Social Liberation, and Relational Discourse: Reconciling Family Consultation with Our Diverse Post-Industrial Society. Unpublished masters thesis, Columbia Commonwealth University.