Mrs. Emily Jones has completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Trent University, Master’s in Medical Science at University of Toronto and is currently completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Fielding University. Mrs. Jones area of reserach and thesis is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for children with anxiety and development of therapist competency. She completed her research, co-authored a book chapter and published reserach articles at the Hospital for Sick Children under the supervision of Dr. Katharina Manassis.

 

She is an accomplished youth speaker and had been in youth leadership for the over 10 years. She has experience in administering and running large children and youth events. She also has experience running small group mentoring for youth and young adults. She has a variety of creative skills such as face painting, art and crafts, performing arts and curriculum writing which she has used to develop or participate in fun children's events through her school and in her community.

 

 

Mrs. Emily Jones (formerly Fountain) M.Sc., Ph.D. (Cand.)

Publications:

 

Jones, E., Nowrouzi, B., Ickowicz, A., Mendlowitz, S., Arnold, A., Wilansky-Traynor, P., Bennett, K., Schmidt, F., Manassis, K. Translating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxious Youth to Rural-Community Settings via Tele-Psychiatry. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Submitted).

 

Jones, E., Nowrouzi, B., Ickowicz, A., Mendlowitz, S., Arnold, A., Wilansky-Traynor, P., Bennett, K., Schmidt, F., Manassis, K. Implementing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Rural-Community versus Urban-Academic Settings. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (Submitted).

 

Nowrouzi, Behdin, Manassis, Katharina, Jones, Emily, Bobinski, Tina, Mushquash, Chris. Translating Anxiety-Focused CBT for Youth in a First Nations Context in Northwestern Ontario. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (Accepted and In Press).

 

Jones, E., Manassis, K. (2013). Effective Training Methods, Evidence-based treatment of child and adolescent anxiety and depressive disorders: A competencies-based approach, Wiley Blackwell.

 

Jones, E. (2013). Implementing a Cognitive Behavioral Skills Program for Anxious Youth: A Knowledge Translation Project. University of Toronto: Canada, Ontario.

 

Lee, T., Dupuis, A., Jones, E., Guberman, C., Herbert, M., Manassis, K. (2013). Effects of Age and Subtype on Emotional Recognition in Children With Anxiety Disorders: Implications for Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 58(5), 283-90, Canadian Psychiatric Association, Canada, Ontario http://search.proquest.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/docview/1367064700?accountid=14771

 

Im-Bolter, N. Owens, K., Bailey, K., Lisowski, J., McDonald, K., Jones, E. (2010). Theory of Mind and Executive Functioning in Monolingual and Dual Language Children. Unpublished manuscript, Trent University.

 

Jones, E., DeCicco, T., Smith, C. (2009). Differentiating depression & anxiety using The Story Telling Method of Dream Interpretation. Trent University: Canada, Ontario.