The Cognition and Psychopathology (CAP) Lab uses experimental methods to study underlying chronic worry in people with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and seeks to identify ways to tailor and improve psychological treatments targeting worry. We are currently looking for a volunteer research assistant (RA) to help with an ongoing research study examining the benefits of a novel “mental habits training” for chronic worry. Primarily, we are looking for someone who would contribute to this study through assisting with data management (data entry, spreadsheet organization, etc.) and recruitment procedures (managing participant interest, advertising for the study). This opportunity would be well […]
Some spots have recently become available at Broadview Psychology. Broadview Psychology is a private practice specializing in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy located in Toronto’s east end (Broadview and Danforth). We provide our volunteers with hands on clinical, research, and administrative experience. They work closely with Psychologists, Psychotherapists, and Social Workers and students at all levels.
The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Section for Students in Psychology is launching the third edition of its Mentorship Program to promote leadership and mentorship among student affiliates. This program aims to match undergraduate students (i.e. mentees) with graduate/post-doc students (i.e. mentors) with similar interests and career goals. Graduate students will provide mentorship in the form of guidance, advice, information, and support to undergraduate students looking for direction within the domain of psychology. Undergraduate mentees receive guidance from mentors, while graduate student mentors can gain experience in a leadership role and expand their CV. The deadline to apply is Friday August […]
Research Opportunity Program (ROP) Position: Scott Lab Work in Dr. Katreena Scott’s Lab to gain valuable research experience for a full-course credit through the Research Opportunity Program (ROP)! Position Title Research Opportunity Program (ROP299/399) Student — Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Project Code LTE 15 Project Title Safe and Understood: Intervening with Families to Promote Healthy Child Outcomes and Prevent Abuse Recurrence for Young Child Victims of Domestic Violence Exposure Number of Positions 3 Objectives Selected ROP students will become involved in an applied cluster randomized trial, studying the impact of embedding two promising, community-based interventions within child protection services. These interventions […]