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«The Clinical Developmental Handbook 2013-2014 Department of Psychology York University Updated: August 27, 2013 by Mary Desrocher 2 Table of ...»

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Intervention Practicum (off-site, usually 2 days per week) Psychology 6930P 3.0 (full year) Intervention Strategies with Children Practicum Course (at York) Psychology 6490B 3.0 (could also take next year) Ethical Issues in Professional Practice One elective, if possible

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10 Resubmit proposal to your supervisor for (hopefully) final review. Once your supervisor is happy with the proposal, submit it to your committee.

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March 15 Meet with your committee. Discuss your proposal and any changes that you should make. Start working on any suggested revisions. This should be submitted to ethics by the end of April. If your project is in a hospital, school or other centre, find out about ethics procedures for these places.

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June/July Start figuring out where you are going to apply for internships. Think about what locations are best for you and why. Look at the APPIC website and talk to those sites that you are interested in. This requires a lot of time and preparation – check with your references about letters and give references a reasonable amount of time to send letters.

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At this point, you should be collecting data for your thesis. You should have a timeline regarding your dissertation and plan to have your dissertation finished before you leave for an internship. Minimally, you must have all coursework and your minor paper completed, dissertation proposal approved, and data collected by November 15. It is best (and easiest for you) if you defend before you go.

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November 15 Applications for internship sites are due. After all this hard work, you deserve a break.

December 15 You will find out where you will have interviews for internships.

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January 31 Review workload form.

February Interviews for internships. Prepare yourself for each site – make a list of your goals and how each site fits with those goals. Talk with other students about their experiences, especially other interns at the sites you are considering.

20 Dissertation should be returned to you. If not, talk to your supervisor. Begin revisions.

End APPIC Match Day – Where will you be going for your internship?

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April 20 Dissertation should be returned to you. Begin revisions.

30 Give the second draft of your dissertation to your supervisor. Talk about defence, external members, Dean’s Representative, etc.

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Ph.D. 5 At this time, you will be attending either a full- or part-time internship. A full-time internship takes one year to complete, while a part-time internship is generally taken over two years. You have completed all your academic requirements, and this is the last hurdle. Sites require about 1800 internship hours, generally involving rotations in different areas of practice. Once this is finished, and the PhD completed, you will need to go on the “temporary register” at the College of Psychologists and one more year of supervised practice is required. Also registration exams (in Ontario, these include an ethics and jurisprudence exam, the Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) and an invitation to a final oral exam) are generally taken during the year of supervised practice.

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M.A. 1

Required Courses and Professional Experience:

Psychology 6130 6.0 Univariate Analysis Psychology 6610 3.0 Social & Emotional Bases of Development Psychology 6905 3.0 Biological & Cognitive Bases of Development Psychology 6910 3.0 Psychoeducational Assessment of Children and Adolescents Psychology 6820 6.0 Research Practicum Psychology 6900 3.0 Issues in CD Psychology – A Proseminar in Ethics, Practice, and Research Clinic Requirements – MA Program Sanctioned YUPC Hours – 30 hours over MA 1 and 2, with 10 direct client contact hours Professionalism and Ethical Conduct

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30 Research Assistantship form must be filled out with supervisor and submitted to psychology graduate office by end of month. Forms are available from the Psychology Graduate Office.

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Summer of M.A. 1 Revise and resubmit thesis proposal to your supervisor as needed. Be aware that this may take several resubmissions. Submit your approved proposal to your committee. Once your committee has approved it, submit the final approved proposal to the Graduate Office with the proposal approval form signed by your committee. Work out a timeline with your committee regarding deadlines so that you are sure to defend by the end of M.A.2. Prepare ethics package and complete online certificate program for submission to the Graduate Office. Forms include: TD1 (Thesis/Dissertation Proposal Submission form), TD2 (Human Participants Research Protocol), TD3 (Informed Consent Document). The Graduate Office will then submit these forms to the Faculty of Graduate Studies.Checklist for Researchers) and TD4 (Statement of Relationship between Proposal and an Existing HRPC Approved Project) – all forms are available in the Psychology Graduate Office. Check the CD area handbook to find out what forms you need.





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Psychology 6955 3.0 Developmental Psychopathology Psychology XXXX Clinical Developmental Psychology: Cross Cultural and Diversity Issues (.25 FCE course) Psychology 6000 MA Thesis Research MA Program Sanctioned YUPC Hours Professionalism and Ethical Conduct

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Psychology 6930 3.0 (winter term) Intervention Strategies with Children Psychology 6480 3.0 Brief Psychotherapy & Short Term Treatment PhD Program Sanctioned Hours in the YUPC – 30 hours of clinical supervision over entire PhD program Professionalism and Ethical Conduct

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November 16 M.A. thesis must be defended or you cannot apply for intervention practicum.

15 Contact intervention practicum course director to discuss potential sites.

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Psychology 6140 6.0 Multivariate Analysis Psychology 6490B 3.0 (could also take next year) Ethical Issues in Professional Practice Psychology 7000 Ph.D Dissertation One elective, if possible – must take 2 electives over the PhD Minor Area Paper February 2 Proposal should be returned to you. If not, talk to your supervisor.

11 Resubmit proposal to your supervisor for (hopefully) final review. Once your supervisor is happy with the proposal, submit it to your committee.

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March 16 Meet with your committee. Discuss your proposal and any changes that you should make. Start working on any suggested revisions. This should be submitted to ethics by the end of April. If your project is in a hospital, school or other centre, find out about ethics procedures for these places.

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June/July Start figuring out where you are going to apply for internships. Think about what locations are best for you and why. Look at the APPIC website and talk to those sites that you are interested in. This requires a lot of time and preparation – check with your references about letters and give references a reasonable amount of time to send letters.

August mid-to-end Set up an appointment with the Director of Clinical Training. You must meet with them for permission to apply to internship sites and to review your clinical training experience.

At this point, you should be collecting data for your thesis. You should have a timeline regarding your dissertation and plan to have your dissertation finished before you leave for an internship. Minimally, you must have all coursework and your minor paper completed, dissertation proposal approved, and data collected by November 15. It is best (and easiest for you) if you defend before you go.

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November 16 Applications for internship sites are due. After all this hard work, you deserve a break.

December 15 You will find out where you will have interviews for internships.

End of month All of your thesis data should be collected. You should start analyzing your data. Try to have your data analysis done by beginning of January.

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February Interviews for internships. Prepare yourself for each site – make a list of your goals and how each site fits with those goals. Talk with other students about their experiences, especially other interns at the sites you are considering.

21 Dissertation should be returned to you. If not, talk to your supervisor. Begin revisions.

End APPIC Match Day – Where will you be going for your internship?

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Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP) and an invitation to a final oral exam) are generally taken during the year of supervised practice.

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Who’s Who? Department Celebrities This list contains those individuals who will be important to you during graduate studies. Below, you will see names, extensions, emails, and why you would contact these people.

GRADUATE PROGRAM IN PSYCHOLOGY – Room 297, Behavioural Science Building Professor Doug McCann – Director ext. 66293, dmccann@yorku.ca Students are advised that the Programme Director has two major roles: (i) To protect and enhance the quality of the Graduate Programme in Psychology, and (ii) to ensure that graduate students in psychology are treated fairly and served well by the Programme and its members. Graduate students are encouraged to approach the Director when encountering difficulties within the Programme, or need counsel that they cannot obtain from their supervisor or Area Head. Although petitions must be signed by the graduate director (with indication of whether the petition is supported or not), the supervisor and area head first provide input on the petition so students do not necessarily see the director first or even at all.

Lori Santos - Administrative Assistant, ext 66225, lsantos@yorku.ca Susanna Talanca – Graduate Secretary, ext. 33983, talanca@yorku.ca Freda Soltau – Secretary, ext. 55290, fsoltau@yorku.ca The Graduate Programme office has all forms such as petitions, minor area paper, thesis and dissertation proposal forms, final oral recommendation forms, change forms, status change forms, withdrawal and LOA forms, evaluation forms, wide range of Practicum/Internship forms (which need to be returned to the office after sign off), reading course form and probably more. The office also provides permission on courses that are specifically blocked, check student records and keep individual files. They are the liaison between student and Faculty of Graduate Studies and the Registrar's office. This office also processes the new applicants and provides new student with relevant information.

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, FACULTY OF HEALTH, Room 296, Behavioural Science Building 416 736-5115 Professor Suzanne MacDonald, Chair, ext. 55116, suzmac@yorku.ca Ann Pestano ( ext. 33758, apestano@yorku.ca) and Sandra Locke (ext. 55116, slocke@yorku.ca) are the two staff members in the Chair’s office. They will be happy to assist you whether it pertains just to the Department or to York in General.

Psychology Information Centre, Room 101.

This is the office where all of the faculty mailboxes are located. You can drop off something for any faculty member, the Graduate Office or the Chair’s Office. This office will also help to direct you when you are not sure where to go.

Professor Alistair Mapp – Teaching Assistantship (TA) Coordinator, Room 256, ext. 88358, amapp@yorku.ca Professor Mapp co-ordinates all of the TA positions each year. You will hear from him in January when blanket applications are due, and then likely contact him in July when course schedules are out and you can plan your time. Contact him for any TA related problems or difficulties, aside from CUPE issues.

40 DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, GLENDON COLLEGE – Room 162, York Hall Professor Tim Moore-Chair, ext. 88355, timmoore@glendon.yorku.ca (Also a member of the CD area graduate faculty)

CLINICAL-DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAM

Professor Maggie Toplak, Director of Clinical Training, ext. 33710, cldevdir@yorku.ca is the current departmental head for the CD program. At the beginning of each school year, we each meet with the departmental head individually to go over course/thesis plans for the upcoming year, discuss any difficulties we might be having and generally can speak to her regarding any CD area related issues. The department head also has a significant number of other responsibilities, including preparing information for departmental accreditation, meeting and working with faculty members to ensure we are receiving the best possible education, representing the faculty and students of the department at university executive meetings, among others.

Sabrina Iantorno, CD Area and Department Secretary, ext. 66268, sian@yorku.ca You would contact Sabrina for copies of MA/PHD tracking forms or other forms specific to the CD area (e.g.

program-sanctioned hours form), copies of Area monthly meetings or a copy of this handbook.

During the Introduction to Assessment course, you will also likely work with children and may offer them remuneration for their help. Sandra Locke (Room 296) can provide you with these funds. See Sandra also for reimbursement or payroll (RAs) from faculty grants.

Louise Hartley, Directory of the York University Psychology Training Clinic, ext. 30428, lhartley@yorku.ca Contact Louise for information on clinic activities and training opportunities that will be available to you as a student. She will be involving students in intake, assessment and intervention activities that will be provided through the clinic.

CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES (CUPE) 3903

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