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Recording: Pandemic Adaptations Panel: Counselling Psychology 2020 05 21

Date 2022-03-31
Time 00:00 - 00:01
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How have you adapted your counselling psychology practice during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Join Dr. Judi Malone, PAA CEO, and special guest panellists, PAA members Tina Sinclair, Mitch Colp, Eileen Bona, & Patrick Keelan, for an interactive live discussion of their practice adaptations and experiences of counselling psychology during this time.

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Panel Presenters

Panel Presenters

Dr Judi Malone

Judi L Malone, PhD, R. Psych (AB/AUS) is the CEO of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta with extensive experience collaborating to strengthen the role and profile of psychology and access for Albertans. Dr Malone has a wealth of scientist-practitioner experience from clinical practice, academic roles, and in research. She has expertise in working with disadvantaged populations and both national and international perspectives from dual registration in Alberta and Australia. Her clinical expertise is in trauma, the neurobiology of addictions, and professional ethics in rural and small communities.

Dr Tina Sinclair

Dr Tina is the Founder of Peacemakers for Families in Calgary - a one site interdisciplinary team approach to all issues relating to separation and divorce. She has travelled extensively and worked worldwide as a therapist, mediator, case supervisor, trainer, and lecturer. Tina coauthored Breaking Up without Breaking Down - the complete 'Go to whoa' approach to collaborative separation . Tina would describe herself as a relationship specialist. Although her work covers many typical individual and couple presenting issues, her current specialty is in assisting clients resolve high conflict and communication issues, without going to court.

Dr. Mitch Colp, R.Psych.

Dr. Mitch supports children, adolescents, young adults, and parents overcome the situational or ongoing challenges that impact their lives. He obtained his Ph.D. in School and Applied Child Psychology from the University of Calgary and focused his research on how individuals bounce-back from significant life adversities. With experience gained from working in public and specialized educational settings, he functions as a private practitioner with The Family Psychology Place. Dr. Mitch provides psychological assessments to identify and then treat developmental and mental health challenges. He sits as the Chair for the School Psychology Committee of the PAA, where he advocates for increased access to school-based mental health supports.

Eileen Bona

Eileen works with Dreamcatcher. At Dreamcatcher, they conduct, telehealth, teleplay and animal assisted therapy via online platforms.

Patrick Keelan

Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists and member of the Psychologists Association of Alberta. He is also a certified therapist with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and the Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies, organizations whose members have been assessed for proficiency in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).