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Lee Atwood

Associate Faculty in Master of Counselling program

Lee is an associate faculty teacher in the Master of Counselling program. He has taught the Group Counselling Psychology course and has been a panel member for the comprehensive exams.

  • Lee Atwood & Dr. Robert Roughley (2018). Sex addiction and counsellor perceptions: The unresolved debate. Presented in symposium for the 2018 Canadian Counselling Psychology Conference.
  • Research thesis: Perceptions of therapists working with sex addiction (2018).
  • Luft, T., Roughley, R. A., Atwood, L., & Vandergaag, K. (2017). Cultivating reflexivity for professional identity development: Implications for professional development of graduate students and counsellor educators. A research prospective presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association, St. Johns, NF.
  • Releasing Anger and Setting Boundaries/Men’s Health Share Group – workshops presented at Thrive Event Calgary, How to Human Beyond Religion (2023).
  • The Hands of the Weak: A Workbook on Re-Authoring Your Hero’s Journey (2022). Independently published.
  • Post-Religious Mental Health and Tools from Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) – Live Webinar and Q&A in April 2022.
  • In the news – Men and Mental Health- CTV Morning Live (2021)
  • The Hero’s Journey – The Finding Peace Podcast with Troy Love, LCSW (2020).
  • Vicarious Trauma and ACT for Frontline Workers – Training (2019).
  • Strengthening Marriage – Group Therapy (2019).
  • Marriage and Relationship Healing – Presentation (2019).
  • Stress and Mental Health – Presentation (2019).
  • Emotion Coaching for parents of young children – Psychoeducational group (2017).

Lee’s teaching style is interactive, practical, and emphasizes ethical and professional standards needed in counselling/research. 

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