McGill University Department of Psychiatry with the Jewish General Hospital
Workshop on Family Assessment and Therapy Skills
Integrating well designed writing assignments into undergraduate courses can increase students’ engagement and promote critical thinking. Yet, many instructors shy away from including these assignments because of the extra workload required to mark them. During this workshop, we will discuss guidelines for designing short written assignments that make students think more and write less. We will provide examples from McGill professors in fields as diverse as Science, Arts, Music, Law and Engineering to illustrate the range of possibilities.
This workshop is designed to help students with a variety of complex identities and needs to feel better prepared to successfully navigate the transition from professional program to the field (internship, clinical) component of their program. The workshop addresses particular challenges that students might face in the field, provides a safe and relaxed forum for the sharing of experiences, encourages discussion and offers strategies for transitioning successfully from program to field. In addition, the workshop offers concrete supports and resources that students can
For All Professionals & Support Staff
Working in Health Care
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
This is the second event in a two-part series. Indigenous Access McGill and the First Peoples’ House are hosting Algonquin artist Nadia Myre for an artist talk on Wednesday, February 6 at 3 pm in the Wendy Patrick Room, Wilson Hall. Myre’s artwork is inspired by participant involvement as well as recurring themes of identity, language, longing and loss.
Myre returns for the Scar Project workshop on Wednesday, February 20 from 2-5 pm in the Wendy Patrick Room, Wilson Hall.