May 11, 2022
A follow-up to last November's episode, Integrating the Voices of Youth in Clinical Training Approaches. This time around, Dr. Angelique Jenney and PhD candidate Olivia Cullen are joined by team member Laura Shiels and six youth co-researchers: Ann Marie, Liv, Katelyn, Mackenzie, Victoria and Rebekah! A must listen for researchers working with youth. Dr. Jenney recently celebrated her fifth anniversary as the Research Chair at Wood's Homes – the first community-based chair in children's mental health in Canada. Learn more here!
Feb. 25, 2022
Dr. Jane Matheson, PhD, the former CEO of Woods Homes and a sessional instructor and adjunct professor in the Faculty of Social Work interviews internationally renowned psychiatrist Dr. Karl Tomm, MD.
Join Dr. Tomm for “Questions as Interventions,” a Lunch & Learn presentation hosted by the Faculty of Social Work’s Post-Masters Couple and Family Therapy program. Friday, March 19, noon.
Learn more about the Post-Masters Certificate and Diploma in Couple and Family Therapy here.
Jan. 07, 2022
Ask an alumna! Edmonton campus grad Reena Samra (BSW '18, MSW '21), who was recently name a Top 40 Under 40 recipient by EDify Magazine, joins us to talk about her social work journey, which includes initiatives such as trauma-informed yoga and Soulidarity, a support group for immigrant women offered through the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton in partnership with the Islamic Family and Social Services Association.
Nov. 12, 2021
UCalgary FSW professor Dr. Angelique Jenney and PhD candidate and sessional instructor Olivia Cullen discuss a new study that aims to give children and youth a voice in developing counselling approaches for working with children exposed to intimate partner violence (CEIPV).
Oct 18, 2021
An interview with recent graduate Jennie Gurnett about her MSW in International & Community Development. As Jennie discovered, this mostly online, macro-focus, MSW specialization gives you the tools required to work in community development in inner-city Edmonton - or in communities around the world.
The Cut of It is a film based on research by UCalgary FSW Associate Professor Dr. Kathleen Sitter on patient experiences with breast cancer treatment. Its' cast features participants from the study alongside the likes of Mary Walsh (This Hour has 22 minutes) and Mayko Nguyen (Rookie Blue).
Dr. Sitter, along with the The Cut of It writer Meghan Greeley and director Ruth Lawrence, join the podcast to talk about the study, the film, and the play which preceded it.
The Cut of It premieres on Oct. 22 online and you can watch for free at https://multisensorystudio.ca/.
To learn more about the research project that inspired the film, visit www.patientstories.ca.
Oct. 06, 2021
Lawrence Murphy, the founder of Worldwide Therapy Online, joins the podcast to discuss his pioneering work in the field and to talk about important considerations for those involved or considering doing online counselling. On Oct 22., Mr. Murphy will lead a special half-day webinar entitled "Doing Therapy Online," jointly offered by UCalgary and Alberta Health Services. Learn more/register here.
Sept. 21, 2021
Dr. Jocelyn Monsma Selby, founder and co-chair of Connecting to Protect, speaks to the goals of her organization's upcoming virtual, global summit, which aims to protect children from online pornography by inviting a public health response.
Summit presenter Dr. Marc Potenza of the Yale University School of Medicine discusses what science has to say about the impacts of online pornography on the brain.
Connecting to Protect is supported by the University of Calgary Faculty of Social Work. Learn more.
Sept. 03, 2021
UCalgary Faculty of Social Work Associate Professor Dr. Victoria Burns discusses the newly launched UCalgary Recovery Community (UCRC).
Aug. 02, 2021
Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard joins us to talk about her remarkable life and career, and the new Faculty of Social Work scholarship named in her honour. The annual Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard Leadership Scholarship will be awarded annually to a Black FSW undergraduate who has demonstrated leadership in their community. For more about this award, visit: https://socialwork.ucalgary.ca/about/about-faculty/anti-black-racism-task-force/scholarship-opportunities.
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July 09, 2021
Assessing mental health problems in children and youths is complex. Losing sight of the need to nurture therapeutic relationships while doing so is all too common. Today's guest, Dr. Katharina Manassis, an acclaimed author, certified child psychiatrist and University of Toronto professor emerita, will be leading an online professional development course offered through UCalgary which will help participants master these challenges.