Graduate Student Supervision

Theses/Dissertations Supervision Topics (MA/PhD)

Mental Health Services Research/Implementation Science
  • Mixed-Method Evaluation of Reviving Hope and Home Program (RHH-ev) for Government Assisted Refugee Mothers
  • Mixed-Method Evaluation of CORE© Community Complex Care Residential Resources Staff Training Program
Post-War/Conflict Psychosocial Reconciliation
  • Lived Experiences of Former Genocide Perpetrators in Post-Conflict Rwanda Engaged in Action-Based Psychosocial Reconciliation Approach (ABPRA)
  • Lived Experiences and Recommendations of Youth Born of Wartime Rape in Accessing Sexual Support Services
Multicultural Counselling
  • Exploring the Islamic Conceptualization of Psychological Wellbeing & Psychotherapy
  • Now(here): Exploring the Experiences of Displacement and Relocation of the 1.5 Generation Colombian Refugees Living in the Lower Mainland through Narrative Inquiry 

Youth Mental Health

  • Young Adults' Experience and Meaning Making of Recovery From Adolescent Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI)    
  • Young Adults’ Experience of Resilience Following Adversity in Adolescence: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study

Secondary Supervisor (Thesis)

  • Self-Compassion & Mindfulness
  • Constellations of Meaning and Emotion: Gay, Bisexual, and Queer Men’s Experiences of Holding Hands in Public 
  • Student Strategy Awareness and Use: The Development of a Measure

Internal/External Examiner (Theses/Dissertations) 

  • The Journey to Self-Compassion: A Phenomenological Exploration of Women’s Lived Experience and Personal Meaning Making of Learning Self-Compassion 
  • Unforgiveness: An Alternative Space for People who Cannot Forgive 
  • Weaving Narrative Therapy into a Decolonizing Approach to Counselling: A Collaborative Narrative Exploration of Indigenous Healing in Canada
  • Dopamine Receptor D4, Attachment Security and
  • Parenting Interventions: Examining Associations Through a Meta-Analysis and an Intervention Study
  • Examining Sense of Self and Identity in Schizophrenia: A Modified Grounded Theory Study