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USAID Mental Health Position Paper

Feel free to read a position paper on mental health published by USAID in May 2024. It signals USAID’s commitment to advancing mental health around the world.

https://www.usaid.gov/inclusivedevelopment/mental-health/mental-health-position-paper#:~:text=The%20Policy%20Paper%20focuses%20on,and%20Do%20No%20Harm%20practices.


Félicitations au Dr John W Berry, le lauréat du Lifetime Career Award de l’IUPsyS!

IUPsyS logoL’Union internationale de psychologie scientifique (IUPsyS) a annoncé le nom des lauréats des prix quadriennaux de l’IUPsyS de 2024. Le Dr John W Berry, du Canada, également Fellow honoraire à vie de la SCP, s’est vu décerner le Lifetime Career Award! Ce prix récompense les contributions exceptionnelles et durables de toute une vie apportées à la coopération internationale et à l’avancement des connaissances dans le domaine de la psychologie scientifique.


Seeking Nominations for Invited Speakers for 2024 International Congress of Psychology (ICP)

Dear CPA Members

The next International Congress of Psychology (ICP) will take place in Prague, Czech Republic July 21-26, 2024 (https://icp2024.com/). The ICP is seeking nomination for invited speakers. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase leading Canadian psychologists. Please contact me if you have a recommendation.

Saba Safdar,
ssafdar@uoguelph.ca
Head of Canadian National Panel for International Union of Psychological Science (CNP/IUPsyS)


Erinn C. Cameron, M.A., Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Fielding Graduate University

Women are disproportionately impacted by the adverse effects of climate change, with women’s intersecting identities exacerbating impact. Erinn Cameron’s research investigates the psychological consequences of climate change for women in Northern rural Ghana and pregnant women living with HIV in semi-urban Western Cape, South Africa. Her work focuses on common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and trauma in the context of water scarcity. She also assesses climate anxiety, environmental distress, coping mechanisms, adaptive strategies, and violence against women. For questions, or to learn more about the research, please visit: http://www.erinncameron.com/ or https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Erinn-Cameron