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Bev Ogilvie, M.A., R.C.C.

Associate Faculty, Master of Education Program

Bev Ogilvie is the district counsellor for Burnaby BC schools. Bev joined City U as Associate Professor in 2013 and is a temporary instructor at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo, BC. Bev has 33 years of professional teaching experience in public schools, colleges and universities. She is a Master Instructor with the Crisis Prevention Institute, a member of the BC School Counsellors Association, the National Association of School Psychologists, and the BC Association of School Centered Mental Health Coalition. She is co-founder of Project Hope and the Collaborative for the Study of Connectedness in School Communities.

Bev was awarded the 2009-2010 British Columbia Registered Clinical Counsellor Professional Care Award for exhibiting special creativity and effectiveness in providing counselling and professional care. She facilitates workshops on the topics of school connectedness and non-violent crisis intervention. At City U, she regularly teaches the Intro to School Counselling course and the Certificate program in Applied Adolescent Psychology.

Courses Taught at CityU

ECC 514 Introduction to School-based Counselling

EGC 660 Applied Child and Adolescent Counselling

ECC 601/602 Counselling Practicum

EGC 605/7/9 School Counselling Internship

Education

Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia

Publications

ConnectZone.org: Building connectedness in schools, 2014. Inside Out Media, Vancouver, BC.

Ogilvie, B. and Doonan, J. (2005). Making the transition: Elementary to Secondary School. A Health Canada Project. Cameray Community Fund.

Mother-Daughter Incest: A guide for helping professionals. 2004. Haworth Press, NY.

Why didn’t she love me? 1996. Vancouver, BC. Hazeldine Press.

Ogilvie, B. and Daniluk, J. (1995). Common themes in the experiences of mother-daughter incest survivors: Implications for counselling. Journal of Counselling and Development, 73, 598-602.