Current University: IWK Health Centre
Location: Nova Scotia
Discipline: Clinical Psychology
Research Supervisor: Patrick McGrath
PICH Mentor: Christine Chambers
Member since: December 2012
As a postdoctoral fellow at the IWK Centre for Research in Family Health, I am involved in several projects including: (1) an international collaboration with Finland regarding the Strongest Families intervention program for preschoolers with oppositional behaviour; and (2) a project involving the development and evaluation of the usability, feasibility and potential effects of a Smartphone-based self-management intervention for adolescents and young adults with chronic headaches. I have also submitted a CIHR mentoring program grant application for which I will be the primary investigator on a randomized controlled trial of the web-based Strongest Families program for early disruptive behaviour.
Filbert, K., & Flynn, R. (2010). Developmental and cultural assets and resilient outcomes in First Nations young people in care: An initial test of an explanatory model. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, 560-564.
Filbert, K., & Flynn, R. (2010). The role of developmental assets in resilient outcomes among First Nations and Métis young people in out-of-home care. Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies Journal, 55(4), 11-14.
Filbert, K. (2008). Resilience in Aboriginal youth in out-of-home care. Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies Journal, 52(1), 4-7.