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  • Welcome

    Counselling Psychology Information Session

  • Counselling Psychology Program Streams

    • Counselling & Psychotherapy

    Master of Education (MEd) Doctor of Education (EdD)

    • Guidance and Counselling

    Master of Education (MEd)

  • Professional and Regulatory Bodies

    • MEd / EdD: Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)

    • Follows registration requirements for the new regulatory body: College of Registered Psychotherapists on Ontario.

    www.crpo.ca

  • Master of Education (MEd): Counselling & Psychotherapy

    • Professional, non-thesis degree • Available full-time and part-time • Average length: 2 years full-time; 3-4 years part-

    time • 10 half-courses • Minimum 250 practicum hours • Basic preparation for certification with the CCPA • No guaranteed funding package

  • MEd Counselling & Psychotherapy

    Admission Requirements: • Four year undergraduate degree

    equivalent in any area • GPA equivalent to a University of Toronto

    B+ or better in last year • At least one year of relevant experience

  • MEd: What is Relevant Experience?

    • Proof that you have had a substantial amount of exposure to counselling others prior to this degree, whether through work or volunteer experience

    • Community work: advising, counselling, providing social support, or generally working with vulnerable people

  • Examples of Relevant Experience

    • Community Mental Health staff nurse • Women’s Sexual Assault Helpline volunteer • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health addictions

    counsellor • Distress Centre volunteer crisis counsellor • Centre for Victims of Torture volunteer coordinator • Concurrent Disorders Outpatient Clinic head

    nurse • Women’s Shelter re-establishment counsellor • Hospice volunteer • Bereavement support coordinator

  • Master of Education (MEd): Guidance and Counselling

    • Interested in practicing guidance and counselling in schools

    • Strong preference to experienced teachers • Basic preparation for certification with CCPA • Degree credited towards Parts I and II of the

    Ontario College of Teacher’s Specialist Certificate in Guidance

    • No guaranteed funding package

  • MEd Guidance & Counselling: Admissions Requirements

    • Four-year undergraduate degree or equivalent in any area

    • GPA equivalent to a University of Toronto mid-B or better in last year

    • Teacher certification • Check with school board to see what

    certification is needed

  • Doctor of Education (EdD): Counselling & Psychotherapy

    • Advanced counsellor training; consideration of the role of counsellor in educational system

    • Graduates can take leadership positions in the field of educational counselling

    • Available part-time and full-time • Completion and defense of thesis • Eight half-courses • 500 practicum hours, 500 internship hours • No guaranteed funding package

  • EdD Counselling & Psychotherapy: Admission Requirements

    • M.A. or M.Ed. Degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of Toronto, or its equivalent

    • GPA of University of Toronto B+ or better

    • Successful professional experience (at least 3-4 years) as a counsellor in an educational setting or in a related position

    • If non-thesis Master’s degree: Completion of a Qualifying Research Paper

  • Collaborative Programs

    Available to MEd and EdD Students: • Aboriginal Health (MEd, EdD, MA, PhD) • Aging, Palliative and Supportive Care Across the Life

    Course (MEd, EdD, MA, PhD) • Community Development (MEd) • Sexual Diversity Studies (MEd; MA; EdD; PhD) • Women’s Studies (MEd, EdD, MA, PhD)

  • Application: What You Need

    • Deadline: December 1, 2014 • Official and sealed university transcripts • Contact information for two referees • Résumé • Statement of Intent • Instructions:

    http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ro/Graduate_Admissions • Application website: https://apply.sgs.utoronto.ca

    http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ro/Graduate_Admissions https://apply.sgs.utoronto.ca/

  • Internships and Practica

    • Dr. Judy Silver

  • MEd/EdD Counselling & Psychotherapy Placements

    • Community health services • University and College counselling centres • Family services • Career centres • Health and wellness centres

  • Internships and Practica: MEd G&C Placements

    • Guidance offices • Community college counselling offices

  • Faculty Profiles

    • Counselling & Psychotherapy

    • Guidance and Counselling

  • Dr. Charles Chen, Faculty Research Interests • Vocational and career

    psychology • Life career development • Career theories and

    counselling approaches

  • Dr. Roy Gillis, Faculty Research Interests  Sexual Orientation and

    Gender Diversity  Assessment and Diagnosis of

    Personality / Psychopathology

     Preventing School Violence

  • Dr. Abby Goldstein, Faculty Research Interests • Addictive behaviours • Models of risk and resilience • Child maltreatment • Motivational interviewing

  • Dr. Roy Moodley, Faculty Research Interests • Critical multicultural

    counselling and psychotherapy • Race and culture • Integrating traditional healing

    into counselling

  • Dr. Niva Piran, Faculty Research Interests • Women’s health/mental health • Body image development • Embodiment • The relationship between body

    and culture

  • Dr. Marg Schneider, Faculty Research Interests • Human-animal bond • Animals and mental health • Professional ethics • Sexual orientation and

    psychosocial issues

  • Dr. Lana Stermac, Faculty Research Interests • Sexual Violence and Trauma • Posttraumatic Mental Health • Feminist Issues in Sexual

    Assault

  • Dr. Suzanne Stewart, Faculty

    Research Interests • Indigenous mental health • Traditional healing • Indigenous youth identity

    and cultural knowledge

  • Dr. Jeanne Watson, Faculty Research Interests • Person-centered and

    experiential psychotherapy • Emotion focused therapy • Emotional processing and

    affect regulation

  • Application: Program Selection

    • Deadline: December 1, 2014

    • Application website: https://apply.sgs.utoronto.ca

    • Program Choice Hierarchy: – Graduate Unit: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education – Program: Counselling Psychology (APHD) – Degree Program: (MEd or EdD) Counselling Psychology – Start: Fall 2015 – Field of Study: Counselling Psychology or Guidance and Counselling

    https://apply.sgs.utoronto.ca/

  • Don’t Forget!

    Almost everything you learned today is

    available on our website! www.oise.utoronto.ca/aphd

    http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/aphd

    Welcome Counselling Psychology�Program Streams Professional and�Regulatory Bodies Master of Education (MEd): �Counselling & Psychotherapy MEd Counselling & Psychotherapy MEd: What is Relevant Experience? Examples of Relevant Experience Master of Education (MEd): Guidance and Counselling MEd Guidance & Counselling: Admissions Requirements Doctor of Education (EdD): Counselling & Psychotherapy EdD Counselling & Psychotherapy: Admission Requirements Collaborative Programs Application: What You Need Internships and Practica MEd/EdD Counselling & Psychotherapy Placements Internships and Practica:�MEd G&C Placements Faculty Profiles Slide Number 18 Slide Number 19 Slide Number 20 Slide Number 21 Slide Number 22 Slide Number 23 Slide Number 24 Slide Number 25 Slide Number 26 Application: Program Selection Don’t Forget!