Check out these blogs of fellow child and youth counsellors. Find out where they are working, what they are learning and tips they can share with you.
If you would like to include a link to your blog or research, please let us know by submitting a contact us request.
Marleigh Pirnisar M.Ed CYC-P Marleigh is working in Northern Quebec with Aboriginal children and youth and welcomes visitors to her blog by clicking Here
Barrie Lodge – Taught, Clinical Manager and Director of two Children’s Homes. Child and youth care as a profession is a living, breathing passion. Life cannot be defined it can only be described and that only in the context of me in my community and my ancestors.
Check out his blog Here
Here are some great links to check out!
If you have some links that you would like us to share, please let us know.
http://cyc-net.org The International Child and Youth Care Network.
https://cyccb.org/Child and Youth Care Certification Board
https://www.oacyc.org/ Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors
http://cycabc.com/Child and Youth Care Association of British Columbia
http://www.cycaa.com/Child and Youth Care Association of Alberta
http://www.garthgoodwin.info/QAE.htm Quebec Association of Educators
http://www.garthgoodwin.info/CYCANB.html CYC of New Brunswick
http://www.cycanl.ca/ Child and Youth Care Association of Newfoundland
https://www.priv.gc.ca/en/privacy-topics/privacy-and-kids Privacy and Kids – Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
https://www.anxietybc.com/ Anxiety BC
http://psychologytools.com Psychology tools for practitioners
Fellow practitioners are looking for your assistance with their research. Please assist if you meet the criteria.
My name is Dr. Kim Snow. I am an Associate Professor at Ryerson University, in the School of Child and Youth Care, Faculty of Community Services. I am working with an associate Juliana Serna as a co-investigator.
Included within this post is a link to a survey examining Child and Youth Care practitioner’s exposure, to aggression and the frequency and psychological impact of this. Attached is also a document with an introductory statement explaining the research. The study has been reviewed and approved by Ryerson University’s Review Ethics Board (REB 2018-269).
The results of this study will be of interest to the association and its members.”
Kim Snow, Ph.D.
(CYC cert., CYC-P)