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KRISTIN DONAGHY-DAVIS

219 9A St NW Calgary, Alberta T2N 1T5 EDUCATION


Master of Counselling, Specialization in Counselling Psychology, University of Calgary Area of interest: grief and loss Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Calgary French Language Student Bursary Program certificate, Universit de Moncton, New Brunswick French Language Student Bursary Program certificate, Universit du Qubec Chicoutimi 2008-2012 1998-2003 2003 2002

Tel: (403) 923-6058 Email: kristindonaghy@gmail.com

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Counselling Intern (unpaid) Calgary Counselling Centre September 11- April 12

Provided counselling for individuals, couples, families and groups with diverse presenting concerns Co-facilitated parents group of 10-week group program Responsible Choices for Children and Parents, parents group of 10-week Children of Divorce and 14-week group program Responsible Choices for Men. Completed intakes for incoming clients (monthly commitment of three hours) Attended weekly integrated theory seminars, individual and group supervision July 05-September 11

Business Administration Services Support Centre Team Lead Information Technologies, University of Calgary

Effectively, promptly and sensitively resolve employee conflict issues and maintain team cohesion Utilize time management and leadership skills to mentor staff and provide opportunities to succeed Show creativity and logic in assessing situations and proposing solutions to faculty, staff and students Demonstrated proficiency with Remedy incident tracking system, Information Technologies, Human Resources, Student Administration, Finance and Business Operation processes at the University of Calgary Passionate about learning and self-development: completed HDI Support Centre Team Lead Certification in 2011 Recognized for initiative and leadership: promoted in August 2006 from Analyst to Specialist and in August 2007 to Team Lead

Behavioural Developmental Aide Oct 04-Jan 07 University of Calgary Milestones Program (Department of Applied Psychology) and privately employed, Calgary Provided enriching and educational one-on-one behaviour therapy to school age child with autism, building a positive relationship with childs family and community integration members Actively collaborated with client-centred multi-disciplinary team consisting of a social worker, psychologist, speech language pathologist and supervisor to modify childs individualized program plan, receive training, mentorship and feedback, discuss progress and techniques for future programming and master document creation for annual MultiDisciplinary Team panel reviews Sept 03-Sept 04

Early Intervention/Behavioural/Classroom Aide Society for the Treatment of Autism, Calgary

Provided warm and instructive one-on-one behaviour therapy for two preschool aged children with autism within their home, preschool environments and various integration settings Actively collaborated with client-centred multi-disciplinary team consisting of a social worker, psychologist, speech language pathologist and supervisor to modify childs individualized program plan, receive training, mentorship and feedback, discuss progress and techniques for future programming and master document creation for annual MultiDisciplinary Team panel reviews Developed, planned and implemented each childs individual weekly therapy and integration program as well as daily and weekly teaching and testing data sheets, recorded data, ensured therapy program was established and followed, and updated objectives regularly

Educated pre-school teachers and integration figures on autism theory and therapy practices and served as an aide for my clients in their respective preschool environments

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
Crisis Line Volunteer The Distress Centre, Calgary Monthly 15-20 hour commitment providing confidential support to people in crisis 2007-2009

Research Assistant 2007-2008 Robert Roughley, Doctoral Student, Provisional Registered Psychologist, Sessional Instructor, University of Calgary Assisted with various research tasks related to two core projects of doctoral research studying the experience of men who have come out as gay after fatherhood Inpatient Unit Volunteer 2002-2006 Alberta Childrens Hospital, Calgary Weekly four-hour commitment providing appropriate one-on-one care and age-appropriate play activities for hospitalized children ranging from newborns to teenagers across all units Programs Volunteer 2003-2005 Between Friends Club of Calgary Weekly two-hour involvement providing quality social support in recreational and social programs for individuals with disabilities, including Teen Night Out, Pottery and African Drumming

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Calgary Counselling Centre Integrated Theory Seminars (80 hours total) Consultation with Scott Miller (seven 1-hour consultations) Sept-Mar 2012 But I Might Cry...Themes of Loss and Grief in Clinical Practice, Dr. Rick Westman Mar 2012 The Art of Happiness: Integrating Positive Psychology into Clinical Practice, Dianna-Campbell Smith Mar 2012 5 Principles of Working with Clients Living with ADHD, Deborah Kieran Loiselle Mar 2012 The Art of Saying Goodbye/ Preparing for Termination, Aaron Korneychuk & Cathy Keough Feb 2012 Working with Child Welfare Clients, Lynda Snyder Feb 2012 Creativity and Working with Client Systems, Lynda Snyder Feb 2012 Addictions, Cheryl Korneychuk-Waddy Jan 2012 Family Violence Treatment, Christine Berry Nov 2011 Working with Children and Parents, Carla Blaine & Pam Eaton Nov 2011 Dealing with Depression and Anxiety, Patrick Keelan Oct 2011 Group Facilitation, Dianna Campbell-Smith Oct 2011 Theories & Research that Inform Practice: Integrating OQ & SRS into Clinical Practice, Vera McCready Sept 2011 Suicide Prevention & Quick Response,Vera McCready Sept 2011 Feedback Informed Therapy, Lynda Snyder & Dr. Robbie Babins-Wagner Sept 2011 Client Intake, Jenny Hart Sept 2011 Domestic Abuse Treatment Webinar Series (12 hours total) Clients Readiness for Change and Domestic Violence (DV) Treatment, Dr. Robbie Babins-Wagner April 2012 What the Research tells us about Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Mandated Clients, Dr. Robbie Babins-Wagner April 2012 Integrating Motivational Interviewing in DV Treatment, Michael Clark Mar 2012 Types of DV: Research Evidence- Implications for Policy and Practice, Dr. Michael Johnson Feb 2012 Working with Offenders: Treatment Options - One Size Doesn't Fit All, Alyce LaViolette Jan 2012 DV treatment: Past History, Current Challenges, Future Directions, Dr. Alan Rosenbaum Oct & Nov 2011 Other

Women Guiding Women Mentorship and Leadership Training Program Womens Resource Centre, University of Calgary Disenfranchised Grief conference, Speaker Dr. Kenneth Doka, Calgary Standard First Aid and CPR (level C) Certification, St. Johns Ambulance

Dec 2009 Oct 2008 April 2008

References available upon request.