Author Archives: MASP Executive

33rd Annual British Columbia Association of School Psychologists (BCASP) Fall Digital Conference

The British Columbia Association of School Psychologists (BCASP) will be hosting a digital conference on November 9th and 10th, 2021. It will feature renowned psychologists such as: Dr. Steven Feiffer, Dr. Michael Unger, Dr. Emma Climie, Dr. Wallace Wong, and … Continue reading

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We join our Indigenous Family in sorrow

The topic of this post may be triggering for some readers. We are all related. The Manitoba Association of School Psychologists (MASP) joins our Indigenous Family in sorrow for the lost lives, hopes, and futures of so many innocent children. … Continue reading

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Meet MASP’s New President!

The MASP Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Jill Heater as our new MASP President, effective September 2021. Jill comes highly qualified to help MASP achieve its current goals, specifically, to promote concrete actions for the success and … Continue reading

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The MASP Award of Excellence Plaque

Dawn Hanson, President of MASP, presented the MASP Award of Excellence plaque to Keith Moen. Given current circumstances, such as COVID-19 restrictions, no in-person MASP AGM, and Keith working-from-home, it was a very different kind of “award ceremony” this year … Continue reading

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MASP 2021 AGM Voting Link

Voting is now live for MASP’s 2021 AGM. Please click here to confidentially vote on the following motions: Approve the 2020 AGM Minutes. Approve the financial information contained in the 2020-2021 MASP Annual Report. Approve the 2021-22 membership fees. Vote … Continue reading

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Looking for Parent Perspectives of children with additional needs about Mental Health Service Utilization

MASP Member, Rachel Roy, is hoping to better understand the needs of parents and caregivers of children who require additional health, developmental, or behavioural supports for her master’s thesis. Specifically, she is interested in investigating barriers or pathways to mental health support use. Parents must have a child who is currently on the wait-list for or accessing services at any Manitoba organization. The survey is a one-time 30-minute online survey and participants will receive a $10 e-gift card for their time. Continue reading

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Looking for Parent Perspectives about ADHD Information and Treatment

MASP Member, Jennifer Ritter, for her doctoral thesis, is studying the perspectives of parents after their children have been diagnosed with ADHD. Please feel free to share this information with any families you may know who might be interested in participating. Continue reading

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Website Expense list

Current Sept 2021 Feb- Better Notifications for WP (notification plugin)- annual, £38 GBP & £49 GBP. Bill and receipt go to masp.mb.webmaster@gmail.com Feb- Event Espresso (Attendee Mover)- $69.95/year USD. Bill and receipt go to masp.mb.webmaster@gmail.com March- Wordfence (security plugin)- annual, … Continue reading

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Telepractice Web Conference and Resources

Date: April 28, 2020 Presenter: Michael Charron, Pearson Canada The MASP PD Committee arranged for a web conference on resources and guidelines relating to telepractice assessment, intervention, and progress monitoring. Mr. Charron shared the recently created resources, updates to platforms, … Continue reading

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Responding to COVID-19 Psycholgoical Resources

The Canadian Psychological Association has created several informative fact sheets about the different ways we (as the public and as psychologists) can respond to and manage through the COVID-19 health care crisis. Some topics include the psychological impact of COVID-19 … Continue reading

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