Bill is a clinical psychologist with advanced graduate degrees in both educational foundations and psychology. In addition to his 25 years of clinical practice, Dr. Morrison has had extensive experience in the development and implementation of health and education services for children and adults in several Canadian provinces. He was instrumental in the design and implementation of New Brunswick’s ISD framework, and was an initial author of the Province of New Brunswick’s provincial wellness strategy.
Patricia holds a doctoral degree in Education from Boston University. A tenured faculty member at the University of New Brunswick, she is also Co-Executive Director of the university’s Health and Education Research Group. She is currently the President of the Learning Disabilities Association of New Brunswick, and has co-authored the Positive Mental Health Toolkit, a series of online eBooks used by schools across Canada for promoting positive teaching and learning environments.
Robert is Adjunct Professor at the University of New Brunswick and President of REL Consultants Inc. He holds a PhD in Education with a specialty in assessment and measurement. He has extensive teaching experience in public schools and University settings as well as provincial, national and international experience in the area of large scale assessments. He was instrumental in validating the Mental Fitness and Resiliency Inventory in both English and French.
Roxanne is a speaker, author and researcher in the intersections of diversity, mentorship and resiliency. She is a lecturer at the University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Leadership Studies, whose research on corporate workplace mentorship for high-potential employees and newcomer immigrant entrepreneurs has been recognized by the International Mentoring Association. Roxanne has consulted internationally on matters of immigration, entrepreneurship and mentorship.