Application Process

COVID-19 Psychological Intervention Services: Strong Parents, Strong Kids Program

Conditions of Services


Informed Consent

When a psychologist is providing professional services, s/he must obtain informed consent from the individual client. 

Informed Consent will be discussed during the first appointment.

Supervision of Student Clinicians

During all phases of the intervention, the student-clinician and client may be observed by other students, staff, and faculty members of ISE. As part of their training, the student-clinician will discuss the intervention process, progress, and outcomes with their Supervising Psychologist and other graduate students.

In order to facilitate the supervision of the student-clinician, any or all aspects of the intervention process, including meetings with the parents/guardians, will be audio and video recorded. When the intervention is complete, these recordings will be destroyed according to University of Calgary retention rules for draft documents and working materials.


Applying for the COVID-19 Psychological Intervention Services: Strong Parents, Strong Kids Program

Accepting applications for the winter term (January - April of 2023)


Step 1: Choosing ISE

Please carefully read, complete, and sign the following forms:

 

Step 2: Applying to ISE

The completed form may be submitted the following way:

  • By email: ise@ucalgary.ca 
  • By fax: 402-210-8712

Step 3: Application Review

The ISE team will review each application package and make an initial eligibility decision within one month from receipt.

  • If the application is appropriate, the applicant will be notified by our Administrative Coordinator and a screening appointment will be booked. 
  • If the application is deemed inappropriate for the program, the applicant will also be notified by the Administrative Coordinator.

Step 4: Getting Started at ISE

Applicants will be notified of the final eligibility decision and their acceptance into the program.

  • Applicants should be prepared to commit to a one hour session per week.