Training Overview

Providing opportunities for students and practitioners to acquire and develop clinical skills

Why RARC?

RARC offers training and education in psychological assessment, therapeutic interventions, consultation, interdisciplinary treatment planning, and ethical and professional development. Previous trainees include undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, occupational therapy and education, psychologists completing their supervised year of practice, pre-doctoral interns and community psychologists.

Assessment Training

In addition to gaining experience with administration, scoring, and interpretation of a variety of assessment tools, trainees at RARC are also afforded opportunities to become involved in all aspects of case management including conducting clinical interviews, integrating test results with other sources of information, writing comprehensive reports, and providing meaningful and useful feedback to clients.  For more information, contact rarc@queensu.ca.

 

Workshops and Conferences

RARC hosts professional development events for psychologists and professionals in the field of neuropsychological assessment, accessibility services and transition support. RARC hosts an annual two day workshop in Kingston, Ontario as well as the High Incidence Disabilities Conference (HIDC) which takes place every few years in Toronto, Ontario. For more information, contact rarcmat@queensu.ca.

Transitions Training

Each year, teacher candidates from the Queen's Faculty of Education, graduate students in the Occupational Therapy program, and undergraduate students from Queen's Summer Work Experience Program (SWEP) are able to work with our transition programs.   Students receive comprehensive training in learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and mental health disorders, as well as hands-on experience working directly with students. For more information, please contact olts.stomp@queensu.ca

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