We look forward to your participation in our online Community Engagement Session – Are We There Yet? Ways to Build Resilience During the Longest Comeback Ever – featuring April Clay, Alberta Registered Psychologist.
Session Details: April Clay, Registered Psychologist practicing in clinical, counseling, and sports psychology will provide participants with an opportunity to participate in an interactive seminar and Q&A all about “Are We There Yet? Ways to Build Resilience During the Longest Comeback Ever”.
- Registration is required. Please arrive 5 to 10 minutes prior to the sessions start, as the meeting room will be locked at session time;
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. You do not need to have a Zoom account to participate;
- IMPORTANT: After registration is complete, please complete the following survey: Pre-Registration Participant Survey
- Survey Results will be privately shared with April to best tailor the seminar content to participants.
We look forward to having you join us!
About the Clinician: April Clay is a Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta practicing in clinical, counseling and sports psychology. She draws from over twenty years’ experience in a wide variety of settings including employee assistance programs, sports organizations, rehabilitation facilities, and private practice. April’s current practice provides service to adolescents and adults and is focused on:
- Sport and performance psychology
- Mood and anxiety disorders
- Traumatic psychological injuries (Adjustment disorder, Acute Stress, PTSD)
- Rehabilitation psychology. Recovery from physical injuries, concussion and pain management.
- Occupationally aware treatment of first responders (police officers, firefighters, paramedics, RCMP, 911, emergency personnel)
As an adjunct to her practice, April writes for several local and national magazines and offers workshops on a variety of topics. As a sports and performance consultant, she draws on some 15 years of experience as a competitive horse show-jumper.