Montréal, Qc. 

Hosted by McGill University & 

Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology

August 23 - 24, 2017

*All attendees will receive a copy of Dr. Peg Dawson's book


Overview

The Summer Institute for School Psychology is proud to announce that this year's conference will be held at McGill University's Frank Dawson Adams Auditorium located on McGill's downtown campus. 


​​​The auditorium is located in the Frank Dawson Adams Building, an ornamental structure located at the heart of Montreal's downtown core. The auditorium is a fully equipped production facility perfect to cater to the needs of our conference. 


Located on 3450 rue University, attendees can walk right through McGill main entrance, The Roddick Gates found at the end of McGill College Avenue, and find the building a short walk-up campus. The building can also be accessed directly from rue University. ​​



 


Frank Dawson Adams Auditorium

Summer Institute for School Psychology

   Mcgill SUMMER INSTITUTE

   FOR school psychology


​​The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, in partnership with McGill's Faculty of Education is proud to present the McGill Summer Institute for School Psychology (SISP), which will be held in August 2017. The goal of this annual conference is to offer a high quality professional development experience for school psychologists and students across North America.

The McGill Summer Institute for School Psychology is a two-day conference to be held in McGill's Moyse Hall Theatre on August 23 and 24, 2017. The conference includes a series of workshops presented by renowned scholars from Canada and the United States, including McGill's own Dr. William Harvey, as well as Dr. Sonia Lupien, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson, and Dr. Peg Dawson.


The audience for this workshop will be school psychologists, educators, educational policy makers, counsellors, clinical psychologists, social workers, graduate students and other related personnel across Canada. The Summer Institute is the only opportunity in Eastern Canada for practising school psychologists to receive detailed information on modern evidence-based practices from international leaders in the field. In this fashion School/Applied Child Psychology Program at McGill University has the opportunity to become a hub of knowledge mobilization in the field of school psychology.

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