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Angelina Baydala

Psychology, University of Regina

Most Recent Education:
Doctor of Philosophy - Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary, November, 2002.

Most Recent Awards:
University of Regina Faculty of Arts Conference Travel Award, 2004 - 2005.
University of Regina Faculty of Arts Conference Travel Award, 2003 – 2004.
Laureate of the CPA Certificate of Academic Excellence – Doctoral Thesis A Narrative Hermeneutics of Psychotherapy, 2003.
University of Regina Faculty of Arts Conference Travel Award, 2002 – 2003.

Research Grant Information: (Last 5 Years)

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, Hermeneutics of Psychotherapy (Principal Investigator). $41,669; 2004 2007.

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, Focus on the Future, Developing and Piloting Cross-Cultural Curriculum for Delivery and Utilization of End of Life Health Care with Aboriginal Individuals and Families (Co-applicant). $32,959; 2004-2004

Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Developing and Piloting End of Life Care Curriculum for Aboriginal Individuals and Families (Co-Principal Investigator). $99,606; 2004-2005.

University of Regina President’s Fund and SSHRC General Research Grant Fund, Narratives of Psychotherapy (Principal Investigator). $3,500; 2003-2005.

Indigenous Peoples Health Research Centre Partnership/Network Development Grant, End-of-Life Health Care Practices (Principal Investigator). $10,000; 2003-2004.

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation – Strategic Development Grant, End-of Life Health Care Delivery (Co-Investigator). $26,617; 2003-2004.

Canadian Foundation for Innovation - New Opportunities, Clinical Health Psychology Laboratories (Co-Principal Investigator). $126,000; 2003-2004.

Papers In Refereed Journals: (Last 5 Years)

Baydala, A. (2001). The soliloquy of empirical validation in cognitive psychology. Australian Psychologist, 36, 44-50.

Baydala, A., Hiebert, B., & Malec, C. (2000). Lifestyle interventions: Reasons for therapeutic outcome. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 34, 75-84.

Baydala, A. (2000). Acceptance of the unknown in 21st century mental health care. Clio’s Psyche, 7(1), 11-13.

Papers In Non-Refereed Journals: (Last 5 Years)

Baydala, A. (2002). Psychology as a site for social political inquiry, PsyPAG Quarterly, December.

Contributed Papers in Published Conference Proceedings And Abstracts: Baydala, A. & McKay-McNabb, K. (2005, September). Completing the circle. Presentation for the Clinical Seminars Series, Department of Psychology, University of Regina.

Baydala, A. (2005, June). Teaching the history of psychology: Discursive lacunae in textbooks and curriculum. Symposium at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Quebec.

Baydala, A. (2005, June). The historical continuity of ancient forms of healing with modern psychotherapies. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Quebec.

Baydala, A. (2005, May). Pedagogy for Psychotherapists: A preliminary narrative analysis. Paper presented at the Western Canadian Society for Theoretical Psychology, Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Baydala, A. (2004, October). Pedagogy for liberating psyche: Paulo Freire, liberation theology and participatory action research. Paper presented at the Western Canadian Society for Theoretical Psychology, Edmonton, Alberta.

Baydala, A., & Hampton, M. (2004, July). End of life care, death, dying & grieving: Conveying messages and understanding personal meanings of aboriginal friends. Paper presented at the International Network for Personal Meaning Conference, Vancouver,BC.

Hampton, M., McNabb, K., Baydala, A., & Taylor, L. (2004, May). End of life health care: Completing the circle in aboriginal and conventional medicines. Paper presented at Saskatchewan Hospice and Palliative Care Association and Five Hills Health Region Conference, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Baydala, A. (2003, October). The other as metaphor of self. Paper presented at theWestern Canadian Society for Theoretical Psychology, Edmonton, Alberta.

Baydala, A. (August, 2003). A hermeneutic light on qualitative inquiry. Poster presented at the third annual meeting of the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology, Edmonton, Alberta.

Baydala, A. (2002, October). Turning hermeneutic insights into empirical interviews. Paper presented at the Western Canadian Society for Theoretical Psychology, Edmonton, Alberta.

Baydala, A. (2002, June). A history of hermeneutics and the task of psychotherapy. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Baydala, A. (2001, June). Ricoeurian hermeneutics of time and the grounds for discursive creativity. Paper presented at the International Society for Theoretical Psychology Conference, Calgary, Alberta.

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