José F. Domene
Name: José F. Domene
Ph.D., Measurement, Evaluation and Research Methodology. University of British Columbia. 2005.
M.A., Counselling Psychology at Trinity Western University. 1998.
Honours B.Sc. in Psychology at Trent University. 1995.
Areas of Thesis/Dissertation Supervision:
I supervise student thesis/dissertation work only within my primary area of research. My primary area of research explores aspects of career development in adolescence and emerging adulthood, with a particular emphasis on the transition from post-secondary education into the workforce. I am particularly focused on the social-relational contexts (e.g., the role of romantic partners, univeristy-based support systems, studying internationally) on career development and transition to work. Seconday research interests include professional issues in Canadian counselling and counselling psychology (e.g., professional identity, research practices), and practitioner wellness and education.
ED6071 Theories in Counselling Psychology
ED6078 Vocational Psychology and Career Development
ED 6015 Statistics and Quantitative Research Design
Licensed Psychologist, New Brunswick
For more detailed information about me, please see my CV .