Professor, Counselling Psychology
University of Alberta
Amundson, N.E. (1998; 2003; 2009). Active engagement: The being and doing of career counselling. Edition Three. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications. (Translated into Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Estonian and Dutch – Winner of a CCPA award for best counselling book in Canada)
Niles, S.G., Amundson, N.E. & Neault, R.A. (2011). Career flow: A hope-centered approach to career development. Columbus, Ohio: Pearson.
Poehnell, G. & Amundson, N. (2011). Hope-filled engagement. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications.
Amundson, N.E. (2010). Metaphor making: Your career, your life, your way. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications. (Translated into Chinese)
Amundson, N.E., Harris-Bowlsbey, J. & Niles, S. (2009). Essential elements of career counseling. Edition Two. Columbus, Ohio: Pearson. (Translated into Greek and Korean)
Amundson, N.E. (2003). Physics of living. Richmond, B.C.: Ergon Communications. (Translated into Danish)
Amundson, N.E., Borgen, W.A., Jordan, S. & Erlebach, Anne (2004). Survivors of downsizing: Helpful and hindering experiences. The Career Development Quarterly, 52, 256-271. (Winner of the NCDA Best Research Article Award)
Hermeneutic narrative/contructivism and solution focused
a. Working on a SSHRC funded project with W. Borgen and L. Butterfield.
b. Working on aboriginal career development (with R. McCormick and G. Poehnell)
c. Working on an international counseling book with S. Niles and T. Hohensill (to be published by the American Counseling Association)
Career development at the Masters level (CNPS 574)
Program evaluation (CNPS 584)
Practicum (CNPS 598)
Where: Scarfe Building, Room 310
What: The Community Engagement Colloquium Series
Dr. Denise J. Larsen
Working Intentionally with Hope in Counselling
A rare opportunity…
Current research indicates that hope plays an important though often unacknowledged role in counselling outcomes. In this workshop, lead by an expert in hope, you will:
Implementing knowledge to advance the healing and wellness of Indigenous Canadians
Where: Scarfe 310
Family and New Technologies
Where: Scarfe Room 310
R.S.V.P.: Catherine Chlebak email@example.com
Refreshments will be provided. Limited space, please sign up now.
Title: What Brings You Here? : A Narrative Inquiry Into the Decision to Pursue a Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology
Where: Scarfe Office Block Room 2415
Research Supervisor: Dr. Bill Borgen (CNPS)
Research Committee: Dr. Marla Buchanan (CNPS)
Research Committee: Dr. Norm Amundson (CNPS)
Title: The Relational World of Journalists who Report on Traumatic Events
Where: Room 203, Graduate Student Centre
Supervisor: Dr. Marla Buchanan (CNPS)
Supervisory Committee: Dr. Marv Westwood (CNPS) & Dr. Norm Amundson (CNPS)
University Examiners: Dr. Bill Borgen (CNPS) & Dr. Carl Leggo (Language and Literacy Education)
External Examiner: Dr. Stephen Ward (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
WHERE: Room 278, Scarfe Library Block
Assistant Professor, Counselling Psychology
Department of Adult Education and Counselling Psychology
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
(Dr. Stewart is a candidate for the Tier II Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Mental Health, Healing and Wellness)
Where: Scarfe Building, Room 310
This colloquium brings the basic facts on addictions for both youth and adult populations. You’ll learn about:
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Bruno, a graduate of UBC’s HDLC Ph.D. Program and currently a Youth Addictions Counsellor with the Fraser Health Authority, presents this informative talk.
(45 minute lecture; 15 minute Q&A)
Title: "The Ethics Experiences of Eating Disorder Therapiest Who Have a Personal Experience of an Eating Disorder: An Interpretive Description"
Where: Room 200, Graduate Student Center
Supervisor: Dr. Beth Haverkamp (CNPS)
Supervisory Committee: Dr. Deborah Butler (Special Education) and Dr. Ron Manley (BC Children's Hospital Eating Disorders Program: UBC Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
University Examiner: Dr. Richard Young (CNPS) and Dr. Michelle Stack (Educational Studies)
External Examiner: Dr. Derek Truscott (University of Alberta)
Tuesday, November 8th at 9 pm
Wednesday, November 9th at 12 pm (noon)
The documentary shows enactments in which dark and painful moments are re-lived, under the expert guidance of psychologist Dr Marvin Westwood and physician Dr David Kuhl who developed this extraordinary program. The young men tell how ‘releasing their truth’ enables them to move forward.