Affiliated Research Centres & Clinics

Global Child McGill

Dr. Myriam Denov

Global Child McGill is a research group led by Dr. Myriam Denov that integrates diverse interdisciplinary perspectives on children and families affected by war and migration, specifically the following three key approaches:

  1. Arts-Based Approaches,
  2. Participatory Approaches, and
  3. Socioecological Approaches.

Through this Tri-Pillared Approach (Denov, Mitchell, Rabiau, Forthcoming), the research group bridges together a team of researchers, practitioners and students, while actively involving a group of war-affected youth as part of the research team, in order to impact research, policy, and practice.

Centre for Research on Children and Families (CRCF)

The CRCF, led by Director Delphine Collin-Vézina, carries out leading research on programs and policies concerning youth and family services. The CRCF hosts 25 faculty members who run 30 different projects, and provides training to 40 graduate students yearly. It offers a unique platform for developing local, national, and international collaboration in academic and non-academic milieus. CRCF members are committed to pursuing research that aims to significantly impact the lives of children, youth, and families.

Centre for Research and Expertise on Social Gerontology (CREGÉS)

CREGÉS is a research centre facilitating a sharing of knowledge between the academic community and practice settings in health and social services. Our mission is to encourage, promote and disseminate research in social gerontology, and to support the development of leading-edge practices. Please contact Dr. Tamara Sussmanor Dr. Shari Brotman, or pam.orzeck [at] (Dr. Pam Orzeck) for more information about the McGill office.

McGill Domestic Violence Clinic

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The McGill Domestic Violence Clinic offers unique practice opportunities to graduate students. Working with a diverse community, students will address issues of violence against women and provide counselling to individuals, couples, and families. The clinic also offers group and individual treatment for men who perpetrate intimate partner violence, and group and individual treatment to women who have experienced intimate partner violence. Students acquire skills in client assessment and therapy.

McGill Couple and Family Clinic

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Image by John Kelsey.

The McGill Couple and Family Therapy Clinics (CFTC) include:

a) an on-site clinic which provided specialized training to students in the MScA CFT Program in working with couples dealing with complex developmental trauma as of January 2016

b) a clinic is located within the Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry at the Jewish General Hospital.

The two clinics provide students with the opportunity to observe and participate in couple therapy research as well as provide external internship sites for graduate student training from the School’s MScA CFT program.


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