Anne Ritzema
 
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Anne Ritzema: Doctoral Student
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anne is currently a doctoral candidate in the School/Applied Child Psychology program in the Faculty of Education at McGill University. Her Masters research was conducted as part of Dr. Sladeczek’s National Early Intervention Research Initiative and examined stress in parents of children with developmental disabilities.

In 2010 Anne joined the Centre for Research on Children and Families to work with the CIHR Team in Parenting Matters! The Biopsychosocial Context of Parenting Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Canada (http://www.mcgill.ca/crcf/projects/parenting-matters).

Her doctoral work focuses on the impact of supports and services, as well as child functioning, on parents' perceptions of the well-being of their children with neurodevelopmental disorders. Anne's areas of clinical and research interest are health and well-being in families of children with developmental and neurodevelopmental disorders.

Awards:
- 2012-2015 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (SSHRC, $50,000/year, Held)
- 2009-2010 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, CGS Masters Fellowship (SSHRC, $17,500/year, Held)