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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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Progress-tracking forms for the past two years Year-end Evaluation letters from DCT for the past two years Program-sanctioned hours form(s) documenting additional clinical hours approved by the DCT or CD Area to fill clinical gaps and/or be counted towards Internship Internship application (APPI) Part 1 and Part 2, including DCT letter of permission to apply In addition, the CD administrative support person also maintains electronic databases with contact information for all students in the CD program, so that she and the DCT can contact students as needed. Information is also gleaned from progress-tracking forms and CVs for purposes of CPA Accreditation summary reports (non-identifiable).

Purpose and Accessibility. These files are accessible to the Director of Clinical Training and students' supervisors. They need access to the information to administer the CD-specific aspects of the program, summarize your accomplishments for year-end evaluations, and so on.

In addition, the DCT will review this information (especially the program-sanctioned hours forms) prior to signing off on your AAPI application for Internship. In addition, site visitors for the Accreditation Panel of the Canadian Psychological Association may review these files. You can have access to your file by making a request to the DCT. Any concerns or complaints about the collection, storage and use of students’ private information in these files may be directed to the DCT.

Information Sharing within the CD Area:

Within the CD Area faculty, information regarding students is routinely shared in the following

ways:

informally, faculty often provide feedback (often positive) to each other about their students the DCT will usually copy your supervisor on emails to you or about you Practicum Course Directors (6910P and 6930P) will routinely discuss your progress with your external Practicum Supervisor (often with you present as well) external Practicum Supervisors may discuss your progress with the DCT

Year-end Evaluation Process:

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student. The discussion is based primarily on the Progress Tracking form submitted by the student and the letter submitted by the supervisor summarizing the student's progress, accomplishments, plans, and any concerns or extenuating circumstances. Other faculty who know the student via coursework, practica, TA, RA, etc. share their observations as well, so as to obtain a more well-rounded picture of the student. This is especially important, and in the student's best interest, when the student is struggling or if there is some tension between student and supervisor. The DCT takes all information into consideration in writing the end-ofyear progress letter to each student (which includes the gist of the discussion) or taking other action as determined by the Area. The purpose of this exercise is to give constructive and regular feedback to students about their progress, provide official notification of any academic or professional concerns and suggested remedial actions, as well as to ensure the integrity of the program and meet accreditation standards.

For further information regarding Privacy issues, you may consult:

University Policies on Access to Information & Protection of Privacy, Records & Information Management at www.yorku.ca/secretariat/policies FGS Policies and Regulations as well as Petition Forms at www.yorku.ca/grads/policies The Information and Privacy Office, York University N945 Ross info.privacy@yorku.ca The Office of the Ombudsperson & Centre for Human Rights, York University S327 Ross http://www.yorku.ca/ombuds/ or email ombuds@yorku.ca The Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario: www.ipc.on.ca

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6130 6.0 (Univariate) 6610 3.0 (Social & Emotional Bases of Development) 6905 3.0 (Biological & Cognitive Bases of Development) 6910 3.0 (Psychoeducational Assessment)

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Clinical Practica: The Clinical Practicum agreement form must be completed and signed by the Director of Clinical Training in the spring before the practicum is to be done. If you are doing a practicum in the coming year indicate in the table below the expected start date and whether the form has been submitted or not.

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Assessment Practicum Intervention Practicum 3rd Clinical Practicum (Optional) York University Psychology Clinic Programsanctioned Hours

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Minor Area Paper:

Topic (Please state title) Expected Date of Completion Date of Completion Committee Members Proposal Approved Accepted

Dissertation:

Topic: (Please state title) Expected Date of Completion Date of Completion Committee Members Proposal Approved All Data Gathered Data Analyzed First Draft Final Manuscript ready for Defence

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Publications:

Conferences/Workshops Attended: Indicate: date, title, location

Additional Information Influencing/Reflecting Your Progress to Date:

Non-Peer Reviewed Submissions:

Member of a professional or research society (e.g., CPA, SRCD, etc., including student affiliates)?





Have you been involved in any other type of professional service delivery in the past year? Please describe If you have graduated or will be graduating in the next year, please answer the following questions. This information is very important for the program to be able to respond to CPA accreditation bodies.

1. Have you been hired into a post-doctoral position? No. Please give:

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Each graduate student in the Psychology programme is funded by some sort of assistantship (TA, GA, RA).

If you plan on TA’ing and already have a tentative agreement with a Course Director, contact Prof. Al Mapp (amapp@yorku.ca) so that he is aware of your agreement. If you do not already have a TA job lined up, Prof. Mapp will attempt to match you up with an appropriate course. This process often starts in the middle of July, thereby allowing students to have more control over the process until then by contacting Course Directors. You can see what courses/sections/times are being offered by consulting the supplementary calendar, available in hard copy outside the undergraduate office or online (NOTE: Course schedules come out around Mid-June). Forms are on the following pages.

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NAME________________________________________TELEPHONE_______________________

surname given name ADDRESS_____________________________________POSTAL CODE_____________________

street city SUMMER ADDRESS ______________________________________________________________________________

SUMMER PHONE____________________

EMAIL ADDRESS____________________________________________

SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER___________________

DATE OF APPLICATION___________________________

STUDENT NUMBER__________________________

TYPE OF APPLICATION : Blanket/Specific (circle one) Faculty________________________________Department/Division_________________________________________

Note that a blanket application, to be considered, must be submitted between November 15 and January 31 (or by the next business day if January 31 falls on a week-end) and shall apply to all positions in the hiring unit for academic sessions that commence during the twelve months following January 31. Any application after January 31 is specific to the position or positions listed below.

If you have any questions about how to fill in this application, please call the CUPE 3903 office at 416/736-5154.

COURSES/POSITIONS

REQUESTED: 1.___________________________________________

(Even if this is a blanket application, please specify the position(s), course # 2.___________________________________________

and title,and academic session in which you are most interested.) 3.___________________________________________

PRESENT COURSE OF STUDY: Graduate Program_______________________________

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EDUCATION: Begin with current.

Degree & Discipline University Date Completed/In Progress 1.____________________________________________________________________________________2._______________

_____________________________________________________________________

3.____________________________________________________________________________________

4.____________________________________________________________________________________

TITLES OF COMPLETED, OR IN PROGRESS, HONOUR, MASTERS

AND/OR PH.D. THESES:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

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PUBLICATIONS: Give authors, titles and journal references.

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CURRENT RESEARCH:

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RELEVANT GRADUATE LEVEL COURSE WORK:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________

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DATE:___________________________________

FACULTY:_______________________________DEPARTMENT/DIVISION:______________________________

This is to acknowledge receipt of _____________________________________'s blanket/specific (circle one) application form. Please note that the blanket application applies to all positions in this Unit for all academic sessions which commence during the twelve months following January 31.

Signed_________________________________________________________________

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Employment Equity (completion of this section is voluntary):

The information below is important for the CUPE 3903 Joint Employment Equity Committee. A high response rate is critical to the ongoing development of the CUPE 3903 Employment Equity Plan. We ask that you please self-identify by checking one or more of the boxes below and submit it to the departmental administrative assistant. Please note that in order for this information to be useful we need you to include your Employee Number.

Visible Minorities Aboriginal People Persons with Disabilities Women Employee Number________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________

NOTE: If you are a person with a disability and wish to discuss workplace accommodation please

contact the University’s Employee Well Being Office:

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TA WORKLOAD FORM – ASSIGNMENT OF DUTIES TO TEACHING ASSISTANTS

(Original to Teaching Assistant, copy to Assistant to the Chair and Course Supervisor and CUPE 3903)

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Lecture Attendance Office Hours Preparation Grading – Assignment/Test #1 Grading – Assignment/Test # 2 Exam Grading Meetings Invigilation Training (Up to 10 hours) Email communications where required for the proper instruction of the subject matter of the course (e.g. computer skills and internet courses)

B) POSSIBLE DUTIES WITH

CONSENT Lecturing Email other than as described above Other (Please Detail)

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Grants/Scholarships Most graduate students have to face funding issues at some point in their career, whether it be personal or professional expenses. Here is a breakdown of funding resources, each requiring some degree of patience and persistence, and, of course, paperwork. This is only a partial list of the many sources of funding available to graduate students. For more information on internal and external scholarships, grants, and other funding opportunities, visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) office at 230 York Lanes, or check their

website at:

http://www.yorku.ca/grads/money_matters/money_matters.html



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