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Mon, Feb 05

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Virtual

AFCC Alberta Chapter Distinguished Member - Dr. Stephen Carter

The Distinguished Member Award recognizes experienced AFCC Alberta Chapter members for their significant and substantial contributions to the resolution of family conflict, the family and conciliation courts, and the AFCC itself.

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AFCC Alberta Chapter Distinguished Member - Dr. Stephen Carter
AFCC Alberta Chapter Distinguished Member - Dr. Stephen Carter

Time & Location

Feb 05, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Virtual

About the event

The Distinguished Member Award recognizes experienced AFCC Alberta Chapter members for their significant and substantial contributions to the resolution of family conflict, the family and conciliation courts, and the AFCC itself.

The award is bestowed sparingly, and facilitates the intergenerational transmission of knowledge and insights amongst the AFCC Alberta Chapter community.

Dr. Carter has worked as a Registered Psychologist since 1992 and specializes in working with adolescents and children in the areas of counselling and assessment, as well as parenting/psychological and custody assessments with adults. His work  includes employment as a teacher and school counsellor prior to entering private practice. Dr. Carter is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta, and was previously an Executive Director of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta. Dr. Carter was a founding member, and the first President of the AFCC Alberta Chapter (2014), and continues to support the AFCC Alberta Chapter as an honoured speaker at Chapter workshops and events.

Join us on February 5, 2024, as we celebrate the contributions of Dr. Stephen Carter  as he receives the 2024 AFCC Alberta Chapter Distinguished Member Award.

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