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Molly Hayes, B.A., M.C., C.C.

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#211 707 4 Street NE | Calgary, Alberta | T2E 3S7 | (403) 999-8291 |
molly.hayes@uleth.camolly.hayes@uleth.camolly.hayes@uleth.ca
Objective
Enthusiastic and dedicated individual seeking employment to utilize education and gain
experience for further learning for career development

Educational Highlights
Masters of Counselling in Counselling Psychology May 2013 May
2016
University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta
- University of Lethbridge Masters of Counselling Scholarships
- Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Scholarship
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology September 2007
December 2009
University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta
- Jason Lang Scholarship
- University of Lethbridge Deans Honour List
- University of Lethbridge Recognition Scholarship
- Official Recommendation for University of Lethbridge Education Program
University Transfer Program September 2005
April 2007
Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta
- Jason Lang Scholarship

Additional Training and Certifications


- Pending Provisional Psychologist status (College of Alberta Psychologists)
- Canadian Certified Counsellor (Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy
Association)
- Various Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association Professional
Development Courses including topics such as immigration, aboriginal studies,
and family systems
- Hospice Calgary Child and Youth Grief Training
- Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate
- Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training and Certification
- Theory One National Coaching Certificate
- National Coaching Certificate for Community Basketball
- Red Cross Babysitting Course Instructor Certification
- Various YMCA Canada certifications (Entry Level Management Certification,
Healthy Child and Youth Development Certification, and Active Y Kids Instructor
Certification)

Work and Volunteer Experience


Family and School Support Worker August 2014
Present
Our Lady of Lourdes School, Calgary Catholic School District, Calgary, Alberta
- Provide therapeutic support for students with social, emotional, and behavioural
challenges and their families (individual and group)

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Molly Hayes, B.A., M.C., C.C.C
mollyhayescounselling.weebly.com (portfolio)
#211 707 4 Street NE | Calgary, Alberta | T2E 3S7 | (403) 999-8291 |
molly.hayes@uleth.camolly.hayes@uleth.camolly.hayes@uleth.ca
- Facilitate psychoeducational-style family sessions regarding the schools
therapeutic attachment model and common diagnoses
- Facilitate professional development workshops for education staff on topics such
as brain development, mental health, group dynamics, behaviour management,
and therapeutic support in education settings
- Design and implement social skill groups, behavioural programs for individuals
and groups, and personal, educational, and behavioural goal-setting sessions for
individuals through the use therapeutic techniques from cognitive-behavioural
therapy, behaviourism, acceptance and commitment therapy, rational emotive
behavioural therapy, and expressive arts therapy theories
- Co-design and co-facilitate theme-based academic and therapeutic lessons and
activities educational professionals

Master of Counselling Practicum Student September 2015


April 2016
Calgary Catholic School District, Calgary, Alberta
- Provide individual and group counselling to students aged 6 to 14 years of age
and their families with various presenting concerns both in-home and in-school
- Design and implement group therapy programs for students with social,
emotional, and behavioural challenges geared towards identity development and
processing
- Receive ongoing supervision from registered psychologists regarding specifics of
my sessions and overall quality of work

Special Education Assistant October 2013


June 2014
Saint Kateri Tekakwitha School, Calgary Catholic School District, Calgary,
Alberta
- Develop and implement plans to meet learning and behavioural objectives of
special needs students, specifically with severe emotional, behavioural and
learning needs in elementary school classrooms

Youth Leadership Program Volunteer August 2013 May


2014
Crowfoot YMCA, YMCA Calgary, Calgary, Alberta
- Develop lesson plans and instruct a weekly youth leadership program for grades
7 to 12 focusing on philanthropy, self-awareness, job and life skills, respect,
acceptance for others, mental and physical wellness and positive development

Youth Director March 2010 July 2013


YMCA Calgary, Calgary, Alberta
- Develop curriculums and instruct youth recreation and leadership programs for
ages 6 to 17 years
- Develop and maintain yearly budget for the Youth and Day Camp Departments

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Molly Hayes, B.A., M.C., C.C.C
mollyhayescounselling.weebly.com (portfolio)
#211 707 4 Street NE | Calgary, Alberta | T2E 3S7 | (403) 999-8291 |
molly.hayes@uleth.camolly.hayes@uleth.camolly.hayes@uleth.ca
- Interview, hire and manage 40 youth program volunteers and 5 paid program
instructors year round
- Interview, hire and manage between 10 and 30 day camp staff during summer,
winter, and spring camps
- Plan and implement bi-yearly day camp staff training and annual Western
Canada Leadership Conferences at Camp Chief Hector
- Active member and collaborator of YMCA Canada Best Practices for Working
with Youth

Elementary School Volunteer 2009 2010


Rosemont Elementary School (2009) and Rosedale Elementary School
(2010), Calgary, Alberta
- Maintained daily classroom duties such as student behavioural and educational
expectations
- Supervised and instructed lessons to groups of students involving math, social
studies and language arts

Program Coordinator May September 2009


Kids in Motion Program, Community YMCA, Calgary YMCA, Calgary, Alberta
- Recruited participants from Ramsay/Inglewood and Mayland Heights/Vista Heights
areas for non-profit summer program through neighbourhood schools,
community centres and community events
- Arranged approximately 8 hours per week of volunteer opportunities for 20 youth
ages 9 to 12
- Supervised participants during volunteer work, and public transportation
- Maintained daily communication with parents, and field trips in and around
Calgary

Outdoor Soccer Coach April 2003 July 2013


Rosedale Soccer Association (2003), North Central United Soccer Club (2004,
2005), Calgary Villains Football Club (2009), Calgary West Soccer Club
(2013) Calgary, Alberta
- Planned, designed, and instructed practices
- Supervised 10 to 15 children ages 8 to 14 during practices and games
- Maintained substitutions and athletic advice to parents and players
- Organized meetings and regular communication with parents

Camp Counsellor and Coordinator Positions 2007 2008


Calgary Catholic Immigration Society (2007); Mount Royal College (2008)
- Planned, instructed, and supervised programs for children and youth ages 6 to 12
- Organized field trips, maintained program paperwork and daily communication
with parents/guardians
- Provided supervision, support, and direction for staff members

Graduate Level Course Focuses

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Professional Ethics and Conduct
- Particular interest in the ethical production of informed consent documents for
use with adults and youth
Foundational Counselling and Conflict Resolution Skills
- Focus on the development and maintenance of the working alliance and client-
centred counselling practices
- Practical counselling and assessment facilitation experience was gained through
face-to-face peer practice with professor feedback and direction
Theories of Counselling and Client Change
- Early formulation of personal perspectives of client change and gained valuable
exposure to various counselling theories
Counselling Diverse Clients
- Developed necessary understanding of cultural competence in counselling field
as ethical practice and focused specifically on the experiences of second-
generation Canadian youth
Assessment: Processes and Application
- Gained exposure to numerous standardized assessment tools
- Chose to complete projects specifically on Hares Youth Psychopathy Scale (PCL-
YV), Daily Stress Inventory (DSI), and Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV
Axis II Personality Disorders (SCID-II)
- Practical counselling and assessment facilitation experience was gained through
face-to-face peer practice with professor feedback and direction
Counselling Strategies and Interventions
- Gained extensive exposure to numerous counselling interventions and chose to
complete projects specifically on acceptance and commitment therapy (act)
- Main focus was cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) but took specific interest in
exploratory expressive arts techniques and play therapy
- Practical counselling and intervention facilitation experience was gained through
face-to-face peer practice with professor feedback and direction
Research and Program Evaluation Skills
- Chose to complete research and program evaluation projects on alternative
school programs for students with severe emotional, behavioural, and social
needs
Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behaviour
- Explored various behavioural understandings of mental health and counselling
and chose to focus on metacognitive therapeutic (MCT) approaches to
counselling including interventions specifically for the treatment of anxiety
disorders
Biosocial Foundations of Health Psychology
- Explored various health change behaviour models and chose to focus on the
theory of planned behaviour model to design an intervention program for holistic
health improvement that combined CBT, expressive arts, and physical activity
Group Counselling and Process Skills
- Gained extensive exposure to group therapy facilitation models and practiced
skills
- Chose to design an 8-week psychoeducational group therapy program for
teenagers experiencing anxiety and facilitated sessions in a practice setting
General and Specialized Practicum
- Received over 100 hours of supervision by a registered psychologist
- Gained extensive exposure to various individual and group counselling situations
as a practicing counsellor (over 150 direct client hours)

References
Available upon request