Thea Comeau, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
PSY 105: Individual and Social Behaviour
PSY 223: Developmental Psychology
PSY 305: Ethical Issues in Professional Psychology
PSY 324: Adult Development and Aging
PSY 332: Communication and Counselling Skills
PSY 335: Positive Psychology: The Science of Well-Being
PSY 350: Corrections and Forensics: Criminal Behaviour
PSY 435: Clinical and Counselling Psychology: Theories and Applications
PSY 496: Field Placement II
Personal value development and change
Clinician development and wellness
I am a registered psychologist in the province of Alberta, and as such, my research interests directly relate to experiences of individuals working to balance suffering and thriving. I am particularly interested in the positive impact trauma can have, especially violence and conflict related traumas. I am also interested in how psychological clinicians develop. In particular I am interested in the impact of therapist training on student well-being, as well as ways that well-being can be fostered throughout their training.