Lise Milne recently completed her Ph.D. in Social Work at McGill University. She is the recipient of SSHRC and FQRSC scholarships and was a 2016 SSHRC Impact Talent Award finalist. Lise has been an instructor since 2011 at the graduate and undergraduate levels at McGill and Concordia Universities in Montreal and the University of Regina. She has taught Youth Justice and Quantitative Research Methods at the graduate level, and Child Welfare, Quantitative Research Methods and five Practicum courses and seminars at the undergraduate level. Since 2008 she has worked at the McGill Centre for Research on Children and Families on several projects including Evidence-Based Management in Child Welfare, Building Research Capacity with First Nations and Mainstream Youth Protection Services in Quebec, and Attachment, Self-Regulation, Competency (ARC). More recently, Lise was a faculty member and Field Education Coordinator at the University of Regina. Lise completed her Masters Degree at McGill University, where her award-winning thesis focused on adolescent victims of sexual abuse in residential child protection care. She received both a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and a Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Manitoba. Lise has 15 years of experience in child welfare in both Manitoba and Quebec as a child protection worker, supervisor and trainer. She has been a member, chairperson, and consultant for specialized groups on child sexual abuse and has provided training to staff. Her doctoral research examined the variation in traumatic experiences, mental health symptoms and externalizing behaviours among youth involved with child protection services.
Contact: lise.milne [at] mcgill.ca (Email)