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Infant Mental Health Day - Division of Child Psychiatry

Event

15 Nov 2013
Douglas Hospital : Douglas Hall Pavilion , 6825, boulevard LaSalle Verdun Quebec Canada , H4H 1R3

 

McGill University Division of Child Psychiatry.
Infant Mental Health Day

“The Challenge of Foster Care & Adoption: Promoting Resiliency & Positive Outcomes”

The twenty-first McGill Infant Mental Health Day will address the evolving role of foster care & adoption in the lives of infants and young children. Our invited guests are in the forefront of international research and clinical practice in this field. Participants will have an opportunity to benefit from their knowledge and expertise. This conference is of interest to general medical practitioners, pediatricians, nurses, social workers, educators/psycho-educators, occupational and speech therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and parents.

INVITED SPEAKERS:


Mary Dozier, PhD, C Psych, Amy E. du Pont Chair of Child Development; Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Delaware, United-States.

Nancy J. Cohen, PhD, C Psych, Director of Research, The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, Hincks-Dellcrest Centre - Gail Appel Institute; Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, Canada; Adjunct Professor, Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development, Ontario Institute of Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, Canada.

Sharon Edwards, MSW, Program Coordinator, Family Preservation & Application of Measures, Batshaw Youth and Family Services.

Program Details and Registration Info
Presentations will be in English. Question periods will be in English and French. This event is an accredited group learning activity of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and of l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec. AQSMN members are entitled to a reduction of $10.00.Registration is limited to 200 participants.

 

Contact Information

Contact: Rita Riccio
Organization: McGill University, Division of Child Psychiatry
Email:
Office Phone: 514-412-4400 (22470)
Source Site: /psychiatry