GABRIELLE HESELTON, EDMONTON, AB
Master of Counselling
Thesis Topic — The experiences of childhood adversity and resilience in autistic individuals
Heselton, G., Rempel, G. R., & Nicholas, D. (2021). “Realizing the problem wasn’t necessarily me”: The meaning of childhood adversity and resilience in the lives of autistic adults. Abstract for poster presentation May 5-8, 2021 at International Society for Autism Research, Virtual Conference. [Abstract ID 38990. Accepted March 2, 2021]
Heselton, G. (2020, October 17). Moving beyond researching ON to researching WITH: Lessons from the autism community. Paper presented at Athabasca University Graduate Student Research Conference, Virtual Conference.
Heselton, G. (2020, May). Exploring childhood adversity and resilience with autistic clients: Why it matters. Abstract accepted for Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association National conference, Edmonton, AB. Conference cancelled.
Heselton, G. (2019, October). Understanding childhood adversity and resilience: Perspectives of autistic adults. Research proposal presented at Athabasca University Graduate Student Research Conference, Edmonton, AB.
Master of Counselling (2019)
Thesis Topic — Parental perceptions of behaviour change: A Circle of Security Parenting™: A qualitative studyThesis Link
LISA M. GRAY
Master of Counselling (2018)
Thesis Topic — Considering shifts in parenting after the 8-week Circle of Security© Parenting programThesis Link
Current PhD Student, University of Alberta
Recent Award: Governor General’s Academic Gold Medal See story
Gray, L., Wong, G., Rempel, G. R., & Cook, K. (2020). Expanding qualitative research interviewing strategies: Zoom video communications. The Qualitative Report, 25(5), 1292-1301. Link
Gray, L., Rempel, G. R., Wong, G., & Cook, K. (2020, Sept). The boom of Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic: Moving qualitative research online. Presentation for NVivo Virtual Conference: Qualitative Research in a Changing World, Virtual Conference.
Gray, L., Rempel, G. R., & Wong, G. (2018, May). The use of video teleconferencing as a qualitative method of data collection. Paper presented for presentation at the International Institute for Qualitative Methodology 16th Qualitative Methods Conference, Banff, AB.
Master of Nursing (2018)
Program Manager, Living Donor & Transplantation, Canadian Blood Services
Parfeniuk, S., Petrovic, K., MacIsaac, P., Cook, K. A., & Rempel, G. R. (2020). Transition readiness measures for emerging adults with chronic disease: A systematic review. Journal of Transition Medicine, 2(1), 1-16. Link
MONICA DE ROO
Master of Counselling (2016)
Thesis Topic — Reflective functioning: An analysis of measures and the 18-item parent reflective functioning questionnaireThesis Link
De Roo, M., Wong, G., Rempel, G. R., & Fraser, S. (2019). Advancing optimal development in children: Examining the construct validity of a parent reflective functioning questionnaire. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting, 2(1), e11561. Link
Master of Health Science (2012)
Current PhD Candidate, University of Regina
“We have this saying, you do what you can”: A qualitative description of physical activity among older adults in rural Saskatchewan Link
Schmidt, L., Rempel, G., Murray, T., McHugh, T., & Vallance, J. (2016). “We have this saying, you do what you can”: Exploring perceptions of physical activity among older adults in rural Canada. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health Well-being, 11. Link