Congratulations to University of Waterloo's Clinical Psychology Associate Professor Dillon Browne for his stellar interview on CBC radio this morning. Dillon provided interesting, relevant, and evidence-based information to help families navigate challenging conversations about childhood trauma in the wake of the local alleged sexual assault of a four year old child in Waterloo Region. To listen to the interview, click the link below:
Clinical psychology graduate students from the University of Waterloo presented two exceptional community workshops this year. Kevin Capobianco led a team of students to develop and translate empirical knowledge into applications for everyday life.
March 5, 2019
Central Library - 85 Queen St. N. Kitchener
Meeting Room A
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
This talk on self-compassion will include defining self-compassion (what it is and what is not), talking about the benefits of adopting self-compassion in day-to-day life, and exploring the science behind self-compassion. The talk will also include an opportunity to practice using self-compassion and provide resources for further learning.
During UW’s Consent Week, doctoral student clinicians from the CMHRT participated in the Healthy Relationships Fair in the Student Life Centre. Alongside colleagues from other on-campus organizations who promote healthy relationships, CMHRT graduate students Siobhan Sutherland, Chantal Gautreau, and Olivia Merritt engaged UW students who attended the fair in discussion about the connection between mental health and safe/satisfying interpersonal relationships.