Media, Press & Invited Presentations

Invited Presentations

2016

February, 2016
University of Guelph, Clinical Psychology Rounds
Karen Milligan presented Using mindfulness-based martial arts to enhance attentional control and executive functions in youth with learning disabilities.

January, 2016
Meeting of the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation 
Karen Milligan presented Using mindfulness to address cognitive processing and emotion regulation challenges in youth with learning disabilities. *Video of this talk can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnC5cC3nVrE

2014

February, 2014
Hospital for Sick Children Psychology Conference
Karen Milligan presented Enhancing emotion regulation and mental health outcomes through activity-enhanced mindfulness training.

2013

April, 2013
Psychiatry Rounds: Hospital for Sick Children
Karen Milligan presented Mindfulness Martial Arts: Enhancing self-regulation in adolescents with learning disabilities. Psychiatry Rounds: Hospital for Sick Children.

2012

September, 2012
Children’s Mental Health Ontario Clinical Webcast Series
Marjory Phillips and Karen Milligan presented Adapting therapy for children and youth with learning disabilities – Part 2.

June, 2012
Ontario Centre of Excellence in Child and Youth Mental Health Webinar
Karen Milligan presented Sustaining Evaluation.

February, 2012
Children’s Mental Health Ontario Clinical Webcast Series
Marjory Phillips and Karen Milligan presented Adapting therapy for children and youth with learning disabilities.

2011

December, 2011
School Based Mental Health Literacy Practice Group, Hamilton, ON
Karen Milligan presented School-based mental health literacy: Measuring outcomes.

May, 2011
Knowledge Mobilization team, Hamilton Wentworth School Board
Karen Milligan and Melissa Rowbotham presented Walk a Mile in my shoes: Evaluation of a learning disability and mental health literacy program.

2010

December, 2010
Ontario Centre of Excellence in Children’s Mental Health Webinar
Karen Milligan and Kimberly Harris presented Evaluation designs with small samples.

Media & Press

March, 2009
http://www.thestar.com/opinion/2009/03/12/more_voices_on_testing_1_2_3_series.html
Marjory Phillips and Karen Milligan comment on The Star’s series of psychological testing.