Community Engagement & Event Coordinator
As Community Engagement and Event Coordinator, Ginny brings her experience in outreach, partnership development and community connections. Previously she worked in the health charities sector focusing on community engagement, programming, fund development and relationship management. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and brings over 10 years experience to the position. She is excited to be working with a team supporting mental health and well-being initiatives for PSP and their families.
Nicholas (Nick) Jones PhD
Executive Director, CIPSRT
Dr. Nicholas (Nick) Jones is the interim Associate Vice-President (Research) and the Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. Nicholas (Nick) Jones started at the University of Regina on July 01, 2006 in the Department of Justice Studies. He was the Coordinator of Police Studies program from July 2007 until June 2012. He served as Department Head from July 2015 through June 2018 when he became the Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies) for the Faculty of Arts. Before his academic career, he worked as a counsellor at a halfway house, a youth correctional worker, and received training as a facilitator of family group conferencing. His research interests include restorative justice, transitional justice, policing, genocide, and Indigenous justice issues.
Jirayu (Jane) Uttaranakorn MFA, MASc
Web And Social Media Specialist
Jane is CIPSRT’s Web and Social Media Specialist. She comes to CIPSRT with several years of experience as the Art Director in several advertising agencies. Jane has also been a Manager of Communications and Strategy for one of the University of Regina’s tier-one research centres (CETRI). She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Decorative Design) from Thailand, a master’s degree in Applied Science (Interdisciplinary between Engineering, and Film and Video) and a master’s degree of Fine Arts from the University of Regina. Both of her master’s degrees focus on how the message is formed and interpreted by the sender and receiver.
Caeleigh Landry, B.A.
MA Student Clinical Psychology
Caeleigh received her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Regina in 2019. Her thesis examined the impact of uncertainty tolerance and task appraisal on law enforcement students’ stress and performance. Her master’s research, under the supervision of Drs. Nicholas Carleton and Heather Hadjistavropoulos, will focus on the efficacy of internet-delivered mindfulness-based protocols for Public Safety Personnel. She is excited to be a part of the PSPNET team to help create effective and accessible mental health resources for Public Safety Personnel. Caeleigh’s primary field of interest is the prevention and treatment of mental disorder symptoms in public safety personnel.
Hugh McCall M.A.
PhD Student, Clinical Psychology
Hugh received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from the University of Regina. For his master’s thesis, under the supervision of Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos, Hugh conducted a meta-analysis of unguided Internet-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (ICBT) interventions for depression and anxiety and a meta-regression to determine whether persuasive design elements predict treatment efficacy. Hugh is currently continuing his studies in clinical psychology at the doctoral level, also at the University of Regina and under the supervision of Dr. Hadjistavropoulos. For his doctoral dissertation, he is conducting a randomized trial to examine the impact of discussion forums on outcomes in ICBT for public safety personnel. Hugh’s primary research interests include the use of ICBT for treating depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress among public safety personnel and the role of persuasive design in ICBT.