Sandra Ziolkowski, PhD, MSc, BSc

Internship Coordinator, Faculty of Arts - Psychology Dept

Contact

Internship Coordinator, Faculty of Arts - Psychology Dept
Email
sziolkowski@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-2530
Address
P-247 Bio Science - Psychology Wing
11355 - Saskatchewan Drive
Edmonton AB
T6G 2E9

Overview

About

Prior to assuming the role as Coordinator of the Internship Program in Psychology my career was in Children's Mental Health as Director of Research at a local mental health facility and then with the Alberta Mental Health Board. Areas of interest included eating disorders, family therapy, and alternative methods of treatment such as acupuncture. Although not directly involved in research now, as Coordinator of the Internship Program in Psychology, I enjoy learning about diverse topics in psychology by advising on students' research projects, including neurofeedback, group therapy, and mindfulness. 

Courses

INT D 400 - Science Internship Capstone

Required by all students who have just completed the on-site work experience portion of the Science Internship Program. Must be completed during the first fall or winter academic term following return to full-time studies. The course focuses on professional development, including skills in written and verbal communication and the ability to make contributions in a team environment. Students will be assigned both individual and team-based projects. Grades will be determined by performance on written assignments and oral presentations given in class. Taught in conjunction with INT D 401. This class may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in a Science Internship Practicum course. Prerequisites: WKEXP 956 or WKEXP 932. [Faculty of Science]

Fall Term 2020
INT D 401 - Internship Capstone

For Arts students who have just completed the on-site work experience portion in identified discipline-specific internship programs in the Faculty of Arts (see associated Department Calendar entries for details). Must be completed during the first fall or winter academic term following return to full-time studies. The course focuses on professional development, including skills in written and verbal communication and the ability to make contributions in a team environment. Students will be assigned both individual and team-based projects. Grades will be determined by performance on written assignments and oral presentations given in class. Taught in conjunction with INT D 400. Prerequisite: WKEXP 802. [Faculty of Arts]

Fall Term 2020

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