Lecture Series


Lecture Series

October 2017 Lecture Series

Dr. Susan Rodger , Ph.D., C. Psych

Building Wellness for Educators: From Burned Out to On Fire

Archive of the January 2017 webcast

Ryan Golt

Archive of the November 2016 webcast

Dr. Shuvo Ghosh

Archive of the October 12, 2016 webcast:

Dr. Bruce Ferguson
 

Children/Youth and Well-Being:
What's the Role of Relationships?

Archive of the February 3, 2016 webcast:

Dr. Chandra Magill, MD, FRCPC

 Anxiety in Youth
Helping Students Cope

Archive of the January 13, 2016 webcast:

Dr. Camillo Zacchia, Ph.D. - Douglas Institute
Mental Health 101
Finding Nirvana in a cup of coffee and other secrets of happiness

Archive of the November 11, 2015 webcast:

Bill Ryan, M. Ed., M.S.W - McGill University
Understanding Gender and Sexuality in Elementary and High School Settings.

Archive of the October 14, 2015 webcast:

Dr. Mounir Samy - Retired McGill University
Twenty Years Later:
Adolescents in the Age of Bewilderment

Archive of the January 2015 webcast:

Dr. Steven R. Shaw - McGill University
Bringing Research to the Classroom

Archive of the Wednesday, November 21, 2012 webcast:

Dr. Stanley Kutcher, MD, FRCPC—Dalhousie University
THE ADOLESCENT BRAIN:
HOW WHAT WE KNOW NOW CHALLENGES US TO RETHINK HOW WE EDUCATE TEENAGERS

Recent research has defined important changes in how the adolescent brain grows and develops. This lecture touched on these changes in regards to sleep/wake cycles, motivation and risk/reward, and its impact on educational experiences.