Research at Western – An email about new research location

Subject: FW: Opening Oct. 1 2017: The Faculty of Education’ s Child and Youth Development Clinic

 

Please see the attached information, but the sum is that there is a new training clinic opening that will provide sliding scale services of both psychology and speech language pathology.  The clinic will provide assessment and treatment – individual and group.

 

From the attached letter:

 

The overarching purpose of the CYDC is threefold:

 To provide in-depth interdisciplinary and evidence-based training to Doctoral and Master’s students;

 To provide the highest quality, affordable, and culturally sensitive services to children and youth ages 3 to 18 years; and,

 To advance evidence-based psychological, education, and language research.

 

If you have questions, please let me know.  I know a bit about the planning around this, but we could likely find additional answers as needed.  Please also note that the clinic does not open until the Fall of this year.

 

Subject: Opening Oct. 1 2017: The Faculty of Education’ s Child and Youth Development Clinic

 

Hello all,

Western’s Clinical Psychology program  is pleased to forward this information on behalf of Dr. Vicki Schwean, Dean of Western’s Faculty of Education.

The Child and Youth  Development Clinic (CYDC), a Faculty of Education initiative, is opening  Oct. 1st, 2017. It’s situated  in the old Bank of Montreal Building, just north of the university gates on Richmond.

As stated in the  CYDC  letter of information ( the letter and a brochure are attached):

” The CYDC is an interdisciplinary training facility for PhD and Master’s students in the Faculties of Education (School and Applied Child Psychology and Applied Behavior Analysis), Social Sciences, Psychology Department (Clinical Psychology), and Health Sciences, School of Communication Sciences & Disorders (Speech and Language Pathology). These students will be given extensive supervision by registered doctoral psychologists, speech and language pathologists, and applied behavior analysts.

The overarching purpose of the CYDC is threefold:

  • To provide in-depth interdisciplinary and evidence-based training to Doctoral and Master’s students;
  •  To provide the highest quality, affordable, and culturally sensitive services to children and youth ages 3 to 18 years; and,
  •  To advance evidence-based psychological, education, and language research

Clearly, the clinic will provide both excellent training opportunities for our students and a valuable service to the community. Western’s Clinical Psychology program is happy to  be involved and wishes the clinic much success.

Feel free to  help spread the word  about this much needed accessible resource by  forwarding this email.

Best,

 

Leora Swartzman, on behalf of Western’s Clinical Psychology faculty.

 
Leora Swartzman, Ph.D. C. Psych
Associate Professor
Associate Chair (Undergraduate) and
Communications and Outreach Coordinator
Clinical Practicum Coordinator
Department of Psychology, Western University
Rm. 312E, Westminster Hall, Windermere Road
London, ON, Canada N6G 2K3
e. lswartzm@uwo.ca
p. 519.661.2111 (84654) f. 519-850-2554

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Shots Fired in a Holiday Inn Hotel – 855 Wellington South

When it comes to human trafficking, the police just put out an announcement saying if you see/hear anything suspicious at a hotel/motel to let them know.

Today I read that there were shots heard at 855 Wellington which is a Holiday Inn. That’s suspicious for a hotel, wouldn’t you think?

Here is the link to the police report.