1 CURRICULUM VITAE JOANNE PARK UBC Parenting Lab Douglas Kenny Building 2136 West Mall Vancouver, V6T 1Z4 EDUCATION Doctor of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology (2015 Present), Vancouver BC Supervisor: Dr. Charlotte Johnston Master of Arts, Clinical Psychology ( ), Vancouver, BC Thesis: Does inter-parent similarity matter? An investigation into the association of mothers and fathers attributions and parenting practices with child behaviour problems Supervisor: Dr. Charlotte Johnston Bachelor of Science (Honours), Major Psychology ( ) University of Calgary, Calgary, AB Thesis: Is age more than just a number? An investigation of the relationship between the unmet needs of adult survivors of childhood cancers and age at diagnosis Supervisor: Dr. Janine Giese-Davis PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Park, J. L., Brandelli, Y., Russell, K. B., Reynolds, K., Li, Y., Ruether, D., & Giese-Davis, J. (In Press). Unmet needs of adult survivors of childhood cancers: Associations with developmental stage at diagnosis, cognitive impairment, and time from diagnosis. Journal of Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology. Park, J. L., Hudec, K. L., & Johnston, C. (2017). Parental ADHD symptoms and parenting behaviors: A meta-analytic review. Clinical Psychology Review, 56, Johnston, C., Belschner L., Park, J. L., Stewart, K., Noyes, A., & Schaller, M. (2017). Mothers implicit and explicit attitudes and attributions in relation to parenting behavior. Parenting: Science and Practice, 17, doi: / Kysow, K., Park, J. L., & Johnston, C. (2017). The use of compensatory strategies in adults with ADHD symptoms. ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, 9, doi: /s Park, J. L., Johnston, C., Colalillo, S., & Williamson, D. (2016). Parents attributions for negative and positive behaviour in relation to parenting and child problems. Journal of Clinical Child
2 and Adolescent Psychology. Advanced Online Publication. doi: / Park, J. L., & Johnston, C. (2016). Mothers attributions for positive and negative child behavior: Associations with mothers attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms. Journal of Attention Disorders. Advanced Online Publication. doi: / Johnston, C., & Park, J. L. (2015). Interventions for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Year in Review. Current Developmental Disorders Reports, 1 8. doi: /s BOOK CHAPTERS Johnston, C., Park, J. L., Miller, N. V. (In press). Parental cognitions: Relations to parenting and child behavior. In M. R. Sanders & A. Morawska, Handbook of parenting and child development across the lifespan, Springer. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Park, J. L., Elliot, M., Silveira, M., & Johnston, C. (2017, June). Factor structure of ADHD: Lifespan perspective. Poster presented at the Eighteenth Biennial ISRCAP Scientific Meeting, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Park, J. L., Na, J. J., Ee, B., Kysow, K., Leong, E., & Johnston, C. (2017, June) Implicit and explicit parental attributions for child misbehavior. Poster presented at the Eighteenth Biennial International Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (ISRCAP) Scientific Meeting, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Park, J. L., & Johnston, C. (2016, October) Associations between maternal attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms and attributions for negative and positive child behaviors. Poster presented at the 50 th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, New York, NY. Park, J. L., Johnston, C., Williamson, D., & Colalillo S. (2015, November) Does interparent similarity matter? The association of mothers and fathers parenting behaviors with child behavior problems. Poster presented at the 49 th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL. Belschner, L., Johnston C., Noyes, A., Stewart, K., & Park, J. L. (2015, November). Explicit and implicit maternal attributions in relation to positive and negative parenting. Poster presented at the 49 th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL. Park, J. L., & Johnston, C. (2014, November). Relationship Between Child Behavior Problems and Congruency in Mother and Father Attributions and Behaviors. Poster presented at the 48 th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.
3 Colalillo, S., Park, J., & Johnston, C. (2014, November). The relationship between parental attributions for personal and child-related events. Poster presented at the 48 th Annual Convention of the Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA. Park, J. L., & Johnston, C. (2014, June). Parenting Attributions, Practices and Child Behaviour Problems: Mother and Father Perspectives. Poster presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Annual Convention 2014, Vancouver, BC. Park, J., Lang, M., Pykkonen, M., Li, Y., McCormick, J., Campbell, S., Carlson, L. E., & Giese- Davis, J. (2013, April 24-26). Alberta CancerBridges: Minorities experience greater unmet survivorship needs. Talk presented at the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology Conference (CAPO), Ottawa, ON. Park, J., McCormick, J., & Giese-Davis, J. (2012, Apr. 27). Is age more than just a number? Investigating the relationship between age at diagnosis and the unmet needs of Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancers. Talk presented at the 2012 Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) Conference, Vancouver, BC. AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarships Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) UBC Four-Year Doctoral Fellowship (4YF) Dr. William Arthur Paskins Memorial Fellowship Faculty of Arts Graduate Award Dr. William Arthur Paskins Memorial Fellowship Faculty of Arts Recruitment Fellowship Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Master s Scholarship Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Recipient of the Department of Psychology Academic Achievement Award University of Calgary Program for Undergraduate Research Experience (PURE) Studentship University of Calgary CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Clinical Practicum Student (09/ Current) BC Children s Hospital Experience conducting cognitive, academic, and psychosocial assessments with a diverse population of children and adolescents o Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Pain
4 Gained experience treating children and adolescents with generalized anxiety, social anxiety, selective mutism, OCD, chronic pain, somatization, and diabetes management in both individual and group settings Clinical Practicum Student (09/ Current) Psychology Clinic Internal/External Placement Supervised by Dr. Mike Papsdorf Experience conducting psychoeducational assessments and writing reports Clinical Practicum Student (09/ /2016) Psychology Clinic Adult Practicum Conduct intake assessments with adult clients, form a case conceptualization in a CBT framework, and provide CBT and IPT treatment. Treated clients with panic disorder, depression, social anxiety disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder. Clinical Practicum Student (09/ /2016) Compass Clinic Assessment Practicum Gained experience with administering, scoring, and writing reports on a variety of tests including the WAIS-IV, WIAT-III, Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales, PPVT-IV, EVT-2, SIB-R, VMI, ADOS-2, and ADI-R. Worked with a wide variety of populations including those with developmental disability, intellectual disability, and comorbid psychiatric problems, as well as conducting autism assessments. Clinical Practicum Student (09/ /2015) Psychology Clinic Child Practicum Conduct structured clinical assessments of children referred to the clinic and make treatment recommendations in consultation with a registered psychologist and practicum team Conduct regular therapy sessions with parents and children, treating both internalizing and externalizing disorders (Cognitive behavioural therapy, behavioural parent training) Clinical Practicum Student (01/ Present) Peer Relationships in Childhood Lab Conduct structured clinical interviews with parents regarding their child s symptoms of ADHD Co-facilitating the Parental Friendship Coaching and CARE parent groups RELEVANT COURSES Completed PSYC 537 Ethical and Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology PSYC 530 Assessment: A Critical Survey PSYC 541 Introduction to Psychotherapy PSYC 545A Advanced Statistics I PSYC 531 Assessment: Clinical Applications PSYC 560 Clinical Research Design PSYC 542 Cognitive/Behavioural Interventions
5 PSYC 556 Psychological Treatment of Childhood Disorders PSYC 574 Biopsychology PSYC 533A Introduction to Dialectical Behaviour Therapy PSYC 536 Psychopathology of the Child PSYC 532 Child Assessment TEACHING EXPERIENCE Teaching Assistant (09/2014 Present) PSYC 205A Contemporary Issues in Psychology PSYC 102 Introduction to Developmental, Social, Personality, and Clinical Psychology PSYC 315 Childhood and Adolescence PSYC 101 Introduction to Biological and Cognitive Psychology OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE Teaching Volunteer (10/ /2014) Lord Strathcona Elementary School, Vancouver, BC Worked with small groups of Grade 6/7 students on math problems Helped to facilitate safe and fun learning environment Research Assistant ( ) CancerBridges Survivorship Team University of Calgary, Calgary, AB Assisted with building a grant to promote cancer survivorship programs in Alberta Recruited participants for studies Statistically analyzed data for knowledge dissemination