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Mary Caravias
Lecturer
Director of Clinical Training, School & Clinical Child Psychology Program

phone: (416) 978-0624
email: m.caravias@utoronto.ca  
website: http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/psychservices/About_The_Clinic.html

Department: Applied Psychology and Human Development



Research Overview

Dr. Mary Caravias is the Director of Clinical Training of the SCCP Program. After she obtained her PhD in the School Psychology Program at OISE, she worked for 25 years as a school psychologist and has a private practice in both educational and clinical psychology where she does psychological assessments and psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults and families. Areas of clinical expertise are in adolescent depression, autism, ADHD and learning disabilities. She has been a primary supervisor for new members of The College of Psychologists and has also helped to develop re-training programs for members of the College. Teaching fundamentals of clinical supervision and enhancement of psychotherapeutic skills through self-awareness and self-reflection to doctoral students has been a recent focus. She coordinates the practicum and internship placements and has been a Co-Director of the OISE Psychology Clinic. She represents the program on the CPO Training committee. Her position does not include research responsibilities.

Academic History

B.A. McGill University
M.A. University of Toronto
Ph.D. University of Toronto


Teaching Overview

APD3241: Seminar and Practicum in Assessment and Intervention with Children
AEC 3217: Doctoral Practicum
APD3222: Approaches To Psychotherapy With Children, Youth, And Families
APD1218: Seminar And Practicum In Assessment
HDP 3240: Advanced Social and Emotional Assessment Techniques
HDP 1220: Introduction To School And Clinical Child Psychology
HDP 1216: Psychoeducational Assessment