Published Articles/Dissertations: 

 

Barrett-Wallis, R., & Goodwill , A. (2020). The Enhanced Critical Incident Technique Investigation of Girls’ Perceptions of Prosocial Connectedness in a Wraparound Program. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 54(4), 756-777.

Owens, R. L., Baugh, L. M., Barrett-Wallis, R., Hui, N., & McDaniel, M. M. (2018). Strengths across the lifespan: A qualitative analysis of developmental trajectories and influential factors. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 4(3), 265-276. 

Barrett-Wallis, R. (2018). Gang interrupted : An investigation of what helps and hinders girls’ prosocial connectedness

Featured on "How do you feel" podcast: 

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Click here to find a link to a podcast with Casey Zavaleta where we talk about Mental Health and Boundaries in the time of Covid-19. Topics include: 

  • Virtual therapy

  • Why ups and downs are normal right now

  • The loss of structure, transitions and defined roles

  • Collective grief

  • Emotional complexity (feeling different emotions at the same time

  • The pressure of productivity

  • Self compassion

  • The danger of comparison & assumptions

  • Dealing with the threat of scarcity

  • Fight, flight, freeze and fawn

  • Mindful movement

  • Why old habits might be resurfacing right now

  • How virtual hangouts are different than “real” ones

  • Setting parameters around virtual hangouts

  • Dynamics of quarantine with a partner

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