UManitoba receives funding for child welfare research, expands clinical psychology training program


The University of Manitoba recently received two pots of funding for its research and programming. UManitoba has received nearly $900K from the Government of Canada for a research project in child maltreatment, child welfare, and family violence. The funding will be used to create a collaborative, sustainable network of researchers who will work together to protect children and help caregivers use positive parenting strategies. UManitoba also received $412K from the Government of Manitoba to double the number of seats in its doctoral clinical psychology training program. MB Advanced Education and Training Minister Sarah Guillemard explained that this investment will help grow the clinical psychology workforce in the province.

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