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"Treatment of Depression: A Societal Choice" by Dr. Martin Drapeau
Dr. Drapeau's article has been published in Integrating Science and Practice, Volume 1, Number 2.
Click here to read the article: Treatment of Depression: A Societal Choice [.pdf]
Congratulations Dr. Drapeau!!
Dr. Nancy Heath appears on CTV News at Noon
Dr. Nancy Heath, Full Professor and James McGill Professor, spoke with Mutsumi Takahashi on CTV News at noon on April 6, 2010 on how to regain mental balance. Professor Heath discusses the role of mindfulness as a powerful approach to reduce stress and regulate emotions in everyday life.
Professor Heath will also be presenting her topic, Mindfulness: Learning to Live in the Moment, as part of McGill's Mini-EdPsych Series.
For more information on the Mini-EdPsych Series, please visit the following website: Mini-EdPsych Lecture Series 2010.
Congratulations Dr. Heath!!
Dr. Steven Shaw releases three new books
Dr. Steven Shaw, Assistant Professor in Educational and Counselling Psychology has recently released three books he co-edited with Dr. Paul McCabe, Associate Professor at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. The books are entitled Genetic and Acquired; Disorders; Pediatric Disorders and Psychiatric Disorders with each book drawing from the most current research.
Several McGill students contributed to the books, including Jennifer Bruce, Tiffany Chiu, Tamara Dawkins, Sarah Glaser, Khing Lin, Tia Ouimet, Sara Quirke and Shohreh Rezazadeh.
These books feature case studies, strategies for educators, discussion questions, glossaries and handouts and will serve as an important reference for educators, school psychologists, counsellors and administrators.
Congratulations Steven and all the contributors!
Dr. Nancy Heath Quoted on Canoë Santé
Dr. Nancy Heath, Program Director, Graduate and Undergraduate Inclusive Education and William Dawson Scholar, was quoted in a Canoë Santé article on self-injury on March 15th, 2010. Dr. Heath discusses her research with the International Society of the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS), of which she is a founding member. To read the article, please click on the following link.
Victoria Talwar Featured in Canadian Family Magazine
Dr. Victoria Talwar, Program Director for the Human Development stream in Educational Psychology, was recently featured in an article entitled 'Aggressive Action' in Canadian Family on child bullying. The brief article discusses seven key steps to take in the event your child is accused of being a bully. To read the article, please download the PDF below or pick up a copy of Canadian Family on newsstands.
Aggressive Action [.pdf]