One of our psychology doctoral students was awarded an Excellence Scholarships: Recruitment! Granted by the University Of Quebec In Montreal Department of Psychology and Human Sciences Faculty. We would like to congratulate Camille-Andrée Rassart for this well-deserved recognition!
We are happy to announce that a new scientific article, written by members of TRACE in collaboration with fellow researchers, have been published by members of TRACE and is available in open access:
Two of our sexology Master and Doctoral students were awarded an Excellence Scholarships granted by the University Of Quebec In Montreal Human Sciences Faculty. We would like to congratulate Mathilde Baumann and Éliane Dussault for this well-deserved recognition!
Dr Natacha Godbout, director of the TRACE Laboratory, co-edited a specialized clinical manual on the subject of complex trauma:
A clinical manuel on mindfulness and helping relationship, in which several members of the TRACE team participated, is now available!
Go to the following link:
Congratulations to Dr. Godbout who has published an entry on Sexual Abuse in the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science. In collaboration with Cloé Canivet student member of TRACE and Dr. Hébert.
On the 3rd of April 2018, appeared in the newspaper “Actualité UQÀM” a text featuring an interview of Anne-Julie Lafrenaye-Dugas, a Ph.D. student and member of TRACE, about one of our scientific studies.
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Godbout, director of the TRACE Laboratory, has been awarded with his colleagues the “Richard P. Kluft Award for Journal of Trauma & Dissociation 2017 Best Article”. This honor was issued for this exciting article:
We are happy to announce that a new scientific article, written by members of TRACE in collaboration with fellow researchers, have been published by members of TRACE :
Congratulations to Natacha Godbout, the TRACE laboratory director,
who was granted the University Of Quebec In Montreal Human Sciences
Faculty Research Excellence Award, in the young researcher category!
November 23nd 2017 - Congratulations to Cloe Canivert and Christine Therriault, who were both awarded a Sexology Master Degree Excellence Scholarship!
November 13th 2017 - Three of our sexology Master’s students and one of our and psychology Doctoral student were awarded an Excellence Scholarships granted by the University Of Quebec In Montreal Human Sciences Faculty. We would like to congratulate Gaelle Bakhos, Christine Therriault, Cloe Canivet and Mathilde Baumann for this well-deserved recognition!
A lot of pride!
All our congratulations to Christine Therriault (M.A. student) and Anne-Julie Lafrenaye-Dugas (Ph.D. student), members of the TRACE team, who both received a graduate study scholarship from the Équipe Violence Sexuelle et Santé (ÉVISSA).
Research award: CIFAS young researchers
The Project "Parcours relationnels et sexuels d’Adultes ayant vécu une agression sexuelle durant l’enfance" is looking for male and female adult participants who experienced child sexual abuse for a study at the Department of Sexology (Professors Mylène Fernet, Natacha Godbout and Monique Tardif). Participation involves answering a series of questionnaires (30 minutes) and taking part in an individual interview (3 hours) (only in french).
Multiple members of TRACE will offer scientific presentations during the 9th Congrès International Francophone sur l’Agression Sexuelle annual meeting (CIFAS):
LE RÔLE MODÉRATEUR DE LA DISSOCIATION DANS LA RELATION ENTRE L’AGRESSION SEXUELLE À L’ENFANCE ET L’ALLIANCE THÉRAPEUTIQUE, by Anne-Julie Lafrenaye-Dugas, Keira Gaudet, Martine Hébert, Natacha Godbout, et al.
Multiple members of TRACE will offer scientific presentations during the 42th Society for Sex Therapy and Research annual meeting (SSTAR):
PROFILES OF CONSULTATION AND HABITS IN ADULTS CONSULTING IN SEX THERAPY, by Anne-Julie Lafrenaye-Dugas, Martine Hébert, Michel Goulet, & Natacha Godbout.
The TRAuma and CouplE research and intervention unit (TRACE : headed by Dr Natacha Godbout, Ph.D.) is currently researching promising undergraduate students (bachelor degree) to apply for a summer internship EVISSA scholarship.
Multiple members of TRACE will offer oral presentations during the 39th annual conference of the Quebec Society for Psychology Research (SQRP2017):
New research project : Portrait des sexologues psychothérapeutes et facteurs influençant leur pratique
This study, lead by Professor Godbout, Ph.D., and Professor Hébert, Ph.D., is approved by the UQAM ethic comity. The study aims to acquire a better understanding of the factors influencing sex therapy practice, and the needs and well-being of the Quebec sexologist psychotherapists. Your participation involves questionnaire completion (30 to 45 minutes).
Four students from UQAM and members of the Trauma and Couple research and intervention unit (TRACE) will make presentations at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference in Portsmouth, New Hampshire next July 10, 11 and 12.
Dr. Natacha Godbout, director of TRACE, organized and chair a symposium promises to be interesting at the occasion of the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Research Conference to be held on 10, 11 and 12 July in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.