Past Events

CNPS Research Colloquium: Two Methods for Operationalizing Therapist Interpersonal Flexibility
Event Date: 2021/04/01

Two Methods for Operationalizing Therapist Interpersonal Flexibility Date: Thursday April 1st, 2021 11:30-1 PST Speaker: Dr. Dennis M. Kivlighan Professor University of Maryland, College Park; Editor Journal of Counseling Psychology Abstract: “The disturbed person consistently broadcasts a rigid and extreme self-presentation and simultaneously pulls for a rigid and constricted relationship from others” including the therapist […]
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RECIPROCAL IMPACT: Therapeutic Interplay in Cultural Indigenous Perspective
Event Date: 2021/03/11

Speakers: Perry Shirley (Dine’/Navajo), Kenneth Shirley (CEO), Ty Lodgepole and Jorge Gonzales, Indigenous Enterprise Date: Thursday, March 11th, 5:00-6:30 pm in the series | Online presentation via Zoom Sponsors: CNPS Social Justice committee, the Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education Department (ECPS) of the UBC Faculty of Education, and Green College Indigenous Enterprise will […]
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CNPS Research Colloquium: Peer Influence on Ethnic-Racial Identity Development: A Multi-Site Investigation
Event Date: 2021/03/04

Peer Influence on Ethnic-Racial Identity Development: A Multi-Site Investigation Date: Thursday March 4th, 2021 11:30-1 PST Speaker: Dr. Carlos Santos Associate Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles Abstract: The peer context features prominently in theory, and increasingly in empirical research, about ethnic-racial identity (ERI) development, but no studies have assessed peer influence on […]
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CNPS Research Colloquium: Addressing Oppression-Based Stress in Psychotherapy with Trans and Nonbinary Clients
Event Date: 2021/02/04

Addressing Oppression-Based Stress in Psychotherapy with Trans and Nonbinary Clients Date: Thursday February 4, 2021 11:30-1 PST Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Budge Assistant Professor with the Department of Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Abstract: This presentation will focus on psychotherapy research with trans and nonbinary clients. First, current and historical factors affecting trans and […]
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Executive Functioning Course and Coaching
Event Date: 2021/01/07

PSCTC’s next EF Program will begin January 2021 Please contact the program coordinator before you register  • Feeling overwhelmed, under-prepared, or disorganized? • Struggling to keep up? • Working hard but not seeing results? Help is available! Contact program coordinator Dr. Rachel Weber  for more information.   The Psychological Services & Counselling Training Centre (PSCTC) […]
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CNPS Research Colloquium: From a “color blind” to an anti-racist psychology
Event Date: 2021/01/07

From a “color blind” to an anti-racist psychology Date: Thursday, January 7, 2021 11:30 – 1 PST Speaker: Dr. Dennis C. Wendt Assistant Professor with the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University Director of the Cultural and Indigenous Research in Counselling Psychology (CIRC) lab In recent decades, psychology and psychological science have […]
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Welcome to FoE Online Learning for Graduate Students
Event Date: 2020/9/3

Learn about your online course environment, the main communication tools and helpful resources at the Faculty of Education’s learning technologies orientation sessions. Date: Thursday, September 3, 2020 Time: 9 am – noon Agenda: 9:00-9:30 Introductions 9:00-9:05 Welcome (Dr. Teresa Dobson) 9:05-9:20 Chapman Learning Commons – ongoing tech support for students 9:20-9:30 Access to Library Resources […]
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ECPS Virtual Orientation 2020
Event Date: 2020/9/11

ECPS Faculty and Staff are excited to welcome all new incoming graduate students into the department on Friday, September 11th at 4:30 pm. This year, the orientation will be held in Zoom! Agenda: 1 Dean’s introduction 2 Introduction of Department Administrators, Staff, and Graduate Academic Assistants 3 In these unusual times of COVID-19, find out […]
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CNPS Research Colloquium: Career decision-making in an uncertain world
Event Date: 2020/12/3

Career decision-making in an uncertain world Date: Thursday, December 3rd, 2020 11:30 – 1 PST Speaker: Dr. Hui Xu Assistant Professor, Loyola University of Chicago, USA While the Parsonian framework of career decision-making has provided seminal insights into the research and practice of career decision-making, the premises and practice of the Parsonian framework encounter challenges […]
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November Graduate Workshop Series: How to Thrive as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA)
Event Date: 2020/11/30

A series of workshops offered by the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education (ECPS) focusing on providing those considering to become a GTA in the future, as well as new and returning GTAs, with tips on how to navigate teaching assistantships. Please see the list of workshops for 2020 below. Another e-mail […]
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