«CARLY MCMORRIS, PH.D. PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED PSYCHOLOGIST Calgary, Alberta, Canada Canadian Citizen Telephone: (403) 220-5457 Email: ...»
Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Third Edition.
Ames, M. E., McMorris, C.A., & Schroeder, J.H., (2011). Program Components. In J.M. Bebko, J.H. Schroeder, & M.E. Ames (Eds). A Mentoring Program for Students with Asperger and ASDs. Toronto, Canada: York University Bookstore (ISBN 978-1-55014-553-3) (pages 10-12).
Ames, M. E. & McMorris, C.A. (2011). Group Events. In J.M. Bebko, J.H. Schroeder, & M.E.
Ames (Eds). A Mentoring Program for Students with Asperger and ASDs. Toronto, Canada: York University Bookstore (ISBN 978-1-55014-553-3) (page 14).
McMorris, C. A. & Schroeder, J.H. (2011). Starting Up. In J.M. Bebko, J.H. Schroeder, & M.E.
Ames (Eds). A Mentoring Program for Students with Asperger and ASDs. Toronto, Canada: York University Bookstore (ISBN 978-1-55014-553-3) (pages 15-16).
McMorris, C. A., Dobranowski, K., Lake, J. K., Lunsky, Y., & Balogh, R.S. (2014). Adults with Cerebral Palsy Literature Review: Physical and Mental Health Comorbidities and Health Service use. Applied Health Research Question Report submitted to the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute by the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities Program. August 2014.
McGarry, C., Balogh, R. S., McMorris, C. A., Lake J. K., Dobranowski, K., Wilton A., & Lunsky, Y.
(2014). Adults with cerebral palsy in Ontario: Health status and characteristics. Applied Health Research Question Report submitted to the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute by the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities Program. July 2014.
McMorris, C. A., Schroeder, J., Kontosic, G., Murphy, S., Spolestra, M., & Verbeek, L. (2012).
March Break and Summer Funding for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Report on Parent Views on the Programs. Ministry for Child and Youth Services Lunsky, Y., Weiss J. A., McMorris, C. A., & Cappelletti, G. (2010). Families served by Griffin Centre Transitional Support Services: Perspectives regarding systems issues and recommendations for improvement in service delivery.
Werkle, C., Waechter, R., Leung, E., & McMorris, C. A. (2008). Validity and consistency in reporting child maltreatment experiences in the Maltreatment and Adolescent Pathways (MAP) Project. Health Surveillance and Epidemiology Division, Injury and Child Maltreatment Section, Public Health Agency of Canada.
Ministry of Community and Social Services (MCSS) 2015-2018 Developmental Services Research Grant Fund Principal Investigator: Robert Balogh, Ph.D.
Role in Project: Co-Investigator Title of Grant: The Evolving Health and Social Needs of Adults with Developmental Disabilities and Complex Mental Health Problems: A Needs Assessment Amount: $76,070 over 3 years Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) 2014-2017 Insight Grant Principal Investigator: David Nicholas, Ph.D.
Role in Project: Collaborator Title of Grant: Examining Labour Force Participation among Adults with High-Functioning Autism Amount: $362,688.00 over 3 years ____________________________________________________________________________________
Research Assistant 2007-2009 University of Western Ontario Supervisor: Christine Wekerle, Ph.D., C. Psych ____________________________________________________________________________________
Course Director for Cognition (PSYC 3220) Winter 2013 Undergraduate Psychology Program, York University, Toronto, Ontario ____________________________________________________________________________________
INVITED LECTURER EXPERIENCESInvited Lecturer for Abnormal Psychology- Disorders of Winter 2015 Childhood and Adolescent (PSYC 341) Undergraduate Psychology Program, University of Toronto (Scarborough campus), Toronto, Ontario
Invited Lecturer for Child Development (PSYC 2110) Winter 2011 Undergraduate Psychology Program, York University, Toronto, Ontario ____________________________________________________________________________________
TEACHNG ASSISTANT POSITIONS
Undergraduate Psychology Program Winter 2008 York University, Toronto, Ontario Course: Child Development Supervisor: Heather Jenkins, Ph.D.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Group Facilitator 2011-2012 Hamilton Health Sciences, Hamilton, Ontario Pediatric Eating Disorders Program Supervisor: Brad McNeil, Ph.D., C. Psych
Asperger Mentorship Program (AMP) 2007-2013 York University, Toronto, ON Supervisor: James Bebko, Ph.D., C. Psych ____________________________________________________________________________________
SUPERVISION EXPERIENCEProgram Clinical Supervisor for the Asperger Mentorship 2012-2013 Program (AMP) York University, Toronto, Ontario Supervisor: James Bebko, Ph.D., C. Psych
Supervision of Undergraduate Students in Practicum 2010-2013 Course: Atypical Development (PSYC 4460) York University, Toronto, Ontario Supervisor: Jennifer Connolly, Ph.D., C. Psych ____________________________________________________________________________________
COMMUNITY AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Dialectical Behavior Training (DBT) 2010 Hamilton Health Sciences – Chedoke Site, Hamilton, Ontario Child and Youth Mental Health Outpatient Services.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONSGreat Outcomes for Kids Impacted by Developmental Disabilities 2010-2012 (GO4KIDDS), Student Member
International Society for Autism Research, Student Affiliate 2007-present ASPIRE Training Program- Autism Spectrum Disorder-Canadian/ 2007-2011 American Research Consortium (ASD-CARC), Student Member Society for Research in Children Development, Student Member 2006-present
Canadian Psychological Association, Student Affiliate 2006-2008 ____________________________________________________________________________________