Featured Members

New Member Monique Harwood-Lynn

New Member: Monique Harwood-Lynn

Posted Jun 15, 2021

Hello, INPM!  I consider myself fortunate to live, work and play on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. I returned to Canada 5 years ago after nearly 30 years living in the southwest tip of England, raising a family and working for the National Health Service as an Occupational Therapist (OT), mostly in community mental […]

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Featured Member: Karen Holtmaat

Posted Jun 15, 2021

My name is Karen and I currently work as an assistant professor of psychosocial oncology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I am a member of the research group ‘living together with cancer’ in which we focus on quality of life and psychological well-being of cancer patients. We develop interventions aimed at improving self-management, […]

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Featured Member: Alex Pinto, PhD Student

Posted Jun 15, 2021

Hello, INPM community. I am a PhD student at Leeds University in the UK.  I embarked on my academic career in 2013 at the ripe old age of 44, when I started my BSc in Psychology, Counselling and Therapies. For my dissertation I explored Death Cafes to understand the social identity processes and the social […]

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Member: Jeremy Forsythe, BSc

Posted Mar 17, 2021

Hello INPM community! My name is Jeremy Forsythe and I am thrilled to join this incredible research community. Let me tell you a bit about myself. In 2016, I earned my Bachelor of Science at the University of Toronto. As an undergraduate, I developed an interest for studying all things psychology and philosophy. One topic that […]

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Member: Teddy Cheung, PhD (Cand.)

Posted Mar 17, 2021

I am a chartered clinical psychologist in UK and registered clinical psychologist in Hong Kong, with specializations in child psychology, rehabilitation, and neuropsychology. I hold Associate Fellowships in both British Psychological Society and Hong Kong Psychological Society. I publish in diverse disciplines from paediatrics, geriatric psychiatry, neuroscience to mental health. I lectured for several professional […]

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Member: Sherry Beaumont, PhD, DVATI, RCC

Posted Mar 17, 2021

I’m a Psychology Professor at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). I’ve been teaching lifespan developmental psychology courses for more than 27 years, and I was one of the first Canadian university professors to teach positive psychology to undergraduates beginning in 2006. In recent years, that first positive psychology course has evolved into a […]

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Member: Lorraine Taylor

Posted Jan 1, 2021

When I first encountered INPM’s website (www.meaning.ca), I was enthralled by the expansive depth of material offered. I was captivated by the inclusion of Dr. Wong’s own deep spirituality and faith. Paul has been a mentor of sorts for me over the years. I was avidly attracted to his Meaning-Centered Therapy model that incorporates suffering […]

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Member: Wendy Roberts, BA (Hons), MSc, MBPsS

Posted Jan 1, 2021

After completing a postgraduate degree in psychology five years ago, my interests remained broad and cross-cultural, which I attribute to my multicultural upbringing in a mixed-race family with roots in colonial Hong Kong. This is compounded by my first degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and background as a lawyer, coupled with my interests in […]

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Member: Jessie Dezutter

Posted Jan 1, 2021

Jessie Dezutter is an Associate Research Professor at the KU Leuven (Belgium). She conducts research that sits at the boundaries of positive psychology, existential psychology, and gerontology. She directs the Meaning Research Late Life Lab (https://dezutterjessie.wixsite.com/meaninginlatelife) and co-directs, with her colleague Prof. Siebrecht Vanhooren, the KU Leuven Meaning & Existence Research Center (https://ppw.kuleuven.be/meaning-and-existence). Her current […]

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New Member: Jose Martinez-Romero Gandos, PhD

Posted Oct 6, 2020

José Martínez-Romero Gandos was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1940. He began studying Psychology at UNBA (Argentina) where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree. He opted for the curricular contents related to Existential Psychology and Logotherapy. He has carried out his professional work for 32 years in the Argentine Republic and 18 years in […]

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