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Educational and Counselling Psychology

Three Tenure-Track Positions at the Assistant Professor Rank


The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology invites applications for three tenure-track positions in the following areas at the Assistant Professor rank starting as early as Augu

Congratulations to Drs. Derevensky and Sinacore, Elected CPA Fellows

The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology would like to congratulate Drs. Jeffrey Derevensky, Professor, and Ada Sinacore, Associate Professor, on being elected Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Fellows.

Published: 17Feb2014

MEd Concentrations in Educational Psychology faculty

The following is a listing of core faculty members in the MEd Concentrations in Educational Psychology program. For a complete list of all faculty and their supervisory areas please consult the ECP faculty listing.

Seeking a Research Assistantship? Please visit our Working page in the Current Students section of our website.

Practicum - Ph.D. Students in School/Applied Child Psychology

Overview of the School Psychology Clinic Practicum

The clinic practicum provides students an opportunity to work with clients exhibiting learning, behavioral and/or emotional problems. This practicum is completed in the Department's Psychoeducational and Counselling Clinic (1B Level, Education Building).

The Clinic Practicum is coordinated and supervised by a member of the School/Applied Child Psychology core staff. At times, an adjunct faculty member may assist the supervisor.

Internship - Ph.D. Students in School/Applied Child Psychology

Overview of the Internship Training

The internship is an integral component of the doctoral program in School/Applied Child Psychology. As such it represents the culminating experience of the training program and functions as a transition point where the student is now considered an independent professional.

In contrast to the Clinic Practicum and the Field Experiences, the internship is administered externally by the internship setting. Thus, internship supervision is primarily the responsibility of the internship supervisor.

Field Placements - Ph.D. Students in School/Applied Child Psychology

Overview of Field Placements

The field placement provides students with the opportunity to function in a work setting with a school or clinical psychologist (depending on the setting). The field placement may occur in an elementary, high school, or community setting and thereby allows students to develop a professional role, participate in multidisciplinary settings, and to work in school or community sites where problems are identified and addressed.

Graduate student progress tracking

As approved by Senate in September 2003, it is a mandatory policy that all graduate students are to complete mandatory progress reporting for each year that they are a registered student in a Graduate-level Thesis or Research Program with the university.

In compliance with this policy, all students are advised that they must meet with their supervisors at the beginning of each academic year to complete and submit the Graduate Student Progress Report to the Department. This report is to be submitted no later than the September 30th of each year.*

Mini-EdPsych 2009 Lecture Series

**Please note, the Mini-EdPysch Lecture Series will not be running this year, 2010/2011. The Series will start up again in 2012.**

2009 Schedule, Speakers' Biographies and Q&A

Click here for Podcasts from the Series