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Psychology Practicum and Residency

The primary aim of the Ontario Shores psychology training programs is to prepare students to become competent and autonomous clinical psychologists. Students will develop skills and knowledge in assessment, treatment, consultation and professional and ethical decision making. Students are expected to think critically about the services they offer to patients as well as the clinical decisions they make. Students are integrated into the psychology team and actively participate in case conferences, journal clubs, seminar topics and interprofessional grand rounds. Please refer to the program specific brochures below for more information about the predoctoral practica and residency opportunities. 

Psychology Practicum 
Deadline for 2024-2025 Practicum Applications: February 1st, 2024

Psychology Practicum Application Form 

Psychology Residency

Accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association (Term awarded 2021/22 to 2027/2028)

Canadian Psychological Association | Société canadienne de psychologie  
141 avenue Laurier Ave., Ouest/West,  Suite # 702  
Ottawa, ON  
K1P 5J3  
613-237-2144 or 1-888-472-0657 (toll-free) 

Dr. Andrea Gibas 
Psychology Residency Coordinator
Email: @email 
Phone: 905.430.4055 ext. 6804 

Dr. Jeanine Lane 
Psychology Practicum Coordinator
Email: @email 
Phone: 905.430.4055 ext. 3383

Phone905.430.4055, ext. 6089 

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