Dr. Rachel Langevin, ECP, and Dr. Martine Hébert, UQAM, recently published a lay article based on their research in the past decade on young victims of child sexual abuse, more specifically, the focus is on preschool-aged victims.
Dr. Marie-Claude Geoffroy, Assistant Professor, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Canada Research Chair in Youth Suicide Prevention, wrote an article with co-writer Massimiliano Orri, Assistant Professor, McGill Group for Suicide Studies, Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, featured in the National Post, originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.
There's an administrative support staff position available within McGill’s Faculty of Education (Downtown Campus).
We’re looking for a frontline staff member who is professional, personable and organized to join our dynamic team! One of Canada’s and Montreal’s top employers for several years running, McGill University offers its team members work-life balance opportunities, great benefits and vacation, professional training, fitness programs, and more!
On this day of Truth and Reconciliation, we reflect on the tragedies that occurred at the residential schools and we are reminded that every child matters. As the Dean of the Faculty of Education, I am averse to calling those institutions “schools”. Schools are a place to advance learning, to open one’s mind to new ideas and diverse opinions; to mentor and collaborate with each child so they become the best they can be throughout their lives. Schools are where we better ourselves through insightful human relations, collaborations and nurturing mentorships.
The We Will Walk Together / Skàtne Entewathahìta event began at McGill’s Faculty of Education in 2019, in honour of Orange Shirt Day. The initiative was driven by a small enthusiastic committee that organized a march at Mount Royal to raise awareness and express sentiments of unity and inclusion between Indigenous peoples and non-Indigenous allies.
COVID-19 Research-to-Practice: Enhancing Online Mental Health Resource Provision for Adolescents – Phase 2
A research group is looking for the help of pre-service mental health professionals working in schools to evaluate the usefulness of an infographic tool supporting the selection of online mental health resources for adolescents.
As President of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), ECP's Dr. Ada Sincacore was interviewed by CBC about the need for better EDI practices to encourage more diversity among psychology professionals.
"The CPA recognizes that there is a problem of representation within the profession and that we need to increase representation, as well as literacy about diversity," said Sinacore.
McGill University has provided lots of information for students and staff (academic and admin/support) in terms of answering your questions about Return to Campus health and safety. Here are some great resources to check out:
Dr. Dennis C. Wendt was co-awarded the 2021 Distinguished Early Career Contributions in Qualitative Inquiry Award from the American Psychological Association's Division of Quantitative and Qualitative Methods (Division 5). It was noted by the Division that: "Since earning his PhD in 2015, Dennis Wendt has been incredibly prolific and has made substantive contributions to qualitative inquiry in psychology."
The Office of the Provost and Vice Principal (Academic) has bestowed prestigious internal recognition awards to 27 McGill professors for outstanding world-class scholarship and research excellence.
Twelve tenure-track assistant or associate professors received William Dawson Scholar (WDS) awards, including Bassam Khoury from the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
Michelle Smith, Integrated Studies in Education, and Melanie Wisener, Educational and Counselling Psychology are two of the 2021 recipients of Canada’s most prestigious graduate awards, 2021 Vanier Scholars, exemplifying academic excellence across the full range of disciplines.
Exploring the exercise-body image relationship in women aged 45-75 years:
A cross-sectional study
Research group is looking for volunteers to take part in a research study that explores the role of exercise in managing body image and health behaviours in women aged 45-75 years.
Co-supervisors Eve-Marie Quintin and Gigi Luk (Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology) are thrilled to announce that their student, Dr. Dianne Macdonald, is a 2021 Holland Bloorview Pursuit Award recipient.
An introduction to key considerations in professional engagement with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. In the pursuit of professional careers in education, counselling, research, and other sectors, students will learn to respectfully engage and work with Indigenous populations in a culturally safe manner that strives to be consistent with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s calls to action.
Hailing from around the world, McGill’s valedictorians are a diverse, multitalented group. When they came to the University, they brought with them their unique backgrounds, passions, and ambitions. While they all praise the education they received at McGill, one thing is certain, the University has benefitted just as much for having them as valuable, contributing members of our community.