Prix 1992 De la SCP Honorant Une Contribution Remarquable a L'avancement De la Psychologie Comme Profession

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Prix 1992 De la SCP Honorant Une Contribution Remarquable a L'avancement De la Psychologie Comme Profession


King, Michael, Canadian Psychology


Discours prononce lors de l'Assemblee generale annuelle de la SCP, le 12 juin 1992 La Societe canadienne de la psychologie decerne cette annee ce prix a Barbara Wand pour sa contribution remarquable au developpement de la psychologie comme profession et comme discipline au Canada.

Barbara recoit un Baccalaureat es arts de l'Universite Queen. Elle se rend ensuite chez nos voisins du sud pour y obtenir son diplo@me de mai@trise a l'Universite Cornell; elle revient au Canada afin de terminer ses etudes de doctorat a l'Universite de Toronto. Par la suite, elle fait carriere en psychologie clinique, d'abord comme psychologue a l'Ho@pital civique d'Ottawa, ensuite au Conseil scolaire de Carleton, et finalement a l'Ho@pital Royal d'Ottawa.

En 1976, Barbara accepte le poste de registrateur du Bureau des examinateurs en psychologie de l'Ontario, poste qu'elle occupe jusqu'a sa retraite, en 1991. Dans l'occupation de ces fonctions, comme dans tous les autres postes qu'elle a eus, Barbara a fait preuve d'une energie inepuisable, d'un professionnalisme inconditionnel, d'une vision claire et d'un grand sens de la discretion. Au sein du Bureau et, de diverses facons, en travaillant avec differents organismes de contro@le de la profession ou associations professionnelles de psychologues a travers le pays, elle a participe activement au developpement de standards et d'une reglementation regissant la profession. Depuis longtemps, et a juste titre, on considere Barbara comme la doyenne des registrateurs et des officiers des organismes et des conseils de reglementation de la psychologie au Canada. …

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