Jacqueline Pei, PhD, RPsych
Professor, Faculty of Education - Educational Psychology Dept
6-131 Education Centre - North
8730 - 112 St NWEdmonton ABT6G 2G5
Currently, my professional affiliations include: College of Alberta Psychologists (CAP); Psychologists Association of Alberta (PAA); Canadian Psychological Association (CPA); National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN).
Having begun my career in mental health as a forensic counsellor working with young offenders, I have a special interest in interventions with youth put at risk. My current clinical and research interests include increasing our understanding of brain-based contributions to functioning for children and youth, and developmental trajectories of mental health. I also have a special interest in identifying and enhancing interventions for individuals with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
My training and clinical experience include clinical neuropsychology and applied psychology. A registered psychologist, I also maintain a private practice in neuropsychological assessment and gear my clinical work towards assessment that informs intervention and contributes to healthy outcomes for complex populations.
EDPY 645B - SCCP School Practicum Placement
School setting practicum in School and Clinical Child Psychology. This doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with practical, supervised experiences in both assessment and intervention in school settings. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 641. Restricted to PhD students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.
EDPY 647B - SCCP Clinical Practicum Placement
Clinical setting practicum in School and Clinical Child Psychology. This supervised doctoral level practicum is designed to provide students with advanced assessment and intervention experience with children and adolescents in hospital clinics, children's mental health centres or clinical child and adolescent community settings. Pre/corequisite: EDPY 643. Prerequisites: EDPY 641 and EDPY 645. Restricted to PhD students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology program.
EDPY 650B - School and Clinical Child Psychology Internship
A supervised training program designed to provide students in the doctoral program in School and Clinical Child Psychology with a planned, programmed sequence of training experience. Students must successfully complete an approved 1,600 hour internship. Restricted to students enrolled in the School and Clinical Child Psychology doctoral program. Prerequisites: Consent of Department, successful completion of coursework and candidacy exam.