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By Stuart Gradon – Online Communications Co-ordinator, Wood’s Homes
Q & A with Simon Lai, a staff member with the Wood’s Homes Street Services Team
Q: Tell me a little about yourself.
My name is Simon Lai and I have been with Woods Homes since 2007. I started out working in the Phoenix Program and eventually moved on to the Community Resource Team (CRT). I am currently part of the Street Services Team. Continue reading
Wood’s Homes hosting Capturing the Moment 2: Reaching New Heights on Single-Session Therapy and Walk-In Services – a three day symposium. Click image for more information and to register.
Harry Park – Clinician, Wood’s Homes
My colleague, Patti, comments occasionally about the number of clients, students and therapists I have worked with over the past 25 years. She has been pushing me to write a book on what I have learned as she and others know that I am on the end side of finishing my therapist career. Towards this end, she has even given me a book and a notebook, which serve as reminders. This has led me to think about what I bring to therapy and, in turn, what clients bring to me. Continue reading
From left: Natalie Dawes, Faculty of Social Work; Sylvia MacIver, Wood’s Homes; and Puneet Toor at the Wood’s Homes Parkdale Stampede Breakfast. Toor is a University of Calgary student currently doing a practicum with Wood’s Homes.
Story courtesy UToday – University of Calgary
Multiple faculties have ties into the well-respected children’s mental health agency.
Since the beginning of their partnership, Wood’s Homes and the University of Calgary have together formed a strong partnership. Extending across multiple faculties, this collaboration has developed ground-breaking research and mental health initiatives. From practicum placements, to alumni employment, the two organizations are connected in more ways than one. Continue reading