Name: Jeff Landine
- Doctor of Philosophy, Counselling Psychology, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, completed June 2008.
- Masters of Education, Counselling and Human Development, University of New Brunswick, completed May 1994.
- Bachelor of Education, Saint Thomas University completed October 1990.
- Bachelor of Arts degree, Honours in Psychology, University of New Brunswick, completed May 1989.
Key area(s) of interest/expertise:
- The cognitive variables that impact the career development and decision-making process of youth and young adults.
- Assessment theory and principles related to informing the practice of counseling.
- The ethical practice of counseling and development of professional ethical standards.
- The unique career development process and needs of students and young adults with disabilities.
Areas of Thesis/Dissertation Supervision:
I am open to supervising theses and dissertations on a wide range of specific research questions, as long as the topic falls within my general area of expertise - career development and cognitive psychology. However, my preference is to work with students whose research interests align most closely with my own. As the majority of my research has been conducted using quantitative methods, I am most comfortable supervising a student using these methods.
Classroom/practicum teaching summary:
- ED5970 (current)
- ED6071 (current)
- ED6081 (current)
- ED6084 (current)
Responsible for coordinating and supervising all Counselling Practicums and the attached course (ED6098).
Professional practice, committees, volunteer work summary
- Interim-Psychologist, College of Psychologists of New Brunswick (CPNB)
- Co-president, New Brunswick Association of Counselling Therapists (NBACT)
- President of the Board, Family Enrichment and Counselling Service, Fredericton
- Member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)
- Member of the UNB Research Ethics Board (REB)