Hosted by SISP student committee, McGill University
& Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology
MESSAGE FROM THE SISP 2020-2021 COMMITTEE
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it is a pleasure to welcome you to the 2021 McGill Summer Institute for School Psychology that will take place from May 25th - May 28th 2021. For the fifth year, we invite school psychologists, mental health professionals, and students from Quebec and beyond to come share knowledge, reconnect with colleagues, and exchange ideas. Given the current situation, we are pleased to announce that for the first time ever SISP will be held completely virtually this year.
The conference program will include six guest speakers (English and French) who will provide workshops with applied subjects and practices across various domains of school psychology. As mandated by professional orders, our applied workshops will contribute to the continuing education of attendees. This conference is an excellent opportunity for mental health professionals and students alike to foster new relationships and promote professional development.
Additionally, we are pleased to once again invite students to share their research at the oral and poster sessions being held during the conference. All abstracts undergo a blind review process and are evaluated by McGill professors in the field of school psychology. Further, all accepted abstracts are automatically considered for our yearly poster award.
From the members of the Organizing Committee of McGill University, and the department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, we wish you a superb virtual conference experience!
Welcome to McGill!
The McGill University Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology is approved by l'Ordre des Psychologues du Québec and the Canadian Psychological Association to offer up to 12 hours of continuing education credits for psychologists. The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology maintains responsibility for the program.
McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’kehà:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.