Experts in our Field

Presentations

Borgen, W., Robertson, S., Lehr, R., Shepard, B., & Caverley, N. (2017, May). Council on Accreditation of Counsellor Education Programs (CACEP) Panel Presentation. Presentation made at the CCPA Conference in St. John’s, NL, May 17, 2017.

Borgen, W., Robertson, S., Patterson, P., & Caverley, N. (2018, May). Updated CACEP Standards for Accrediting Counsellor Education Programs in Canada. Presentation made at the CCPA Conference in Winnipeg, MB, May 12, 2018.

Caverley, N. (2018a, October). Guest lecturer for ADMN 504 government and governance course at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on My learning journey – Working in Indigenous communities and organizations, and volunteering in the non-profit sector.

Caverley, N. (2018b, October). Guest lecturer for ED-D 519H career development and counselling across the lifespan course at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on Trends, wise practices, and related counselling considerations in adult career transitions.

Caverley, N. (2018, March). Guest lecturer for ED-D 519C ethics and legal issues in counselling course at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on A shared journey – Indigenous-informed ethics in counselling.

Caverley, N. (2017, May). CCPA and Counselling and Psychotherapy in Canada: A Discussion with CCPA’s President. Presentation made at the CCPA Conference in St. John’s, NL, May 17, 2017.

Caverley, N. (2012, November). Presenter at the Literacy Victoria Annual General Meeting – Presentation on the Aboriginal literacy and essential skills project (ALESP). Victoria, BC, November 28, 2012.

Caverley, N. (2011, October). Qualitative interviews – Aboriginal perspectives research findings. Presentation made to the Métis Nation BC – Kootenays Region, Cranbrook, BC, October 24, 2011.

Caverley, N. (2011, October). Qualitative interviews – Aboriginal perspectives research findings. Presentation made to BC Hydro (representatives from the Corporate Environment, Aboriginal Relations, Transmission/Distribution, and Fish/Wildlife Compensation Teams), Vancouver, BC, October 20, 2011.

Caverley, N. (2011, February). Guest speaker and panelist for the University of British Columbia and Environment Canada – Proactive adaptation: Challenges and opportunities for incorporating climate change response within sustainable forest management workshop (Vancouver, BC). Presentation on experiences on climate change and forest management in the South Selkirks region.

Caverley, N. (2009, July). Guest lecturer for the Canadian Institute of Forestry/FORREX Electronic Lecture Series: Science, Sustainability and Innovation. FORREX Series 3 – People and trees: Social, economic and cultural issues in forest management (on-line). Presentation on Understanding the socio-cultural impacts of the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic on BC First Nations Communities.

Caverley, N. (2008, September). Guest presenter for the 2008 Métis Nation Annual General Meeting (Kelowna, BC). Presentation on the 2008 Métis Nation British Columbia general election Interim report: Update from the Chief Electoral Office.

Caverley, N. (2008, February). Guest presenter for the Interagency Committee on Non-Timber Forest Resources (Victoria, BC). Presentation on the First Nations Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative.

Caverley, N. (2005, July). Guest presenter for Industrial/Organizational Psychology Research Scientists – Human Resources Research Organization--HumRRO (Alexandria, Virginia). Presentation on Civil service resiliency and coping.

Caverley, N. (2005, February). Guest presenter for Strategic HR Directors – Government of BC (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on Measuring employee well-being: The importance of research and assessment in understanding organizational health.

Caverley, N. (2004, September). Guest presenter for the disability management programs unit - Government of BC (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on Workplace well-being and stress.

Caverley, N. (2004, May). Guest lecturer for strategic human resource management course at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on Employee benefits and its application within a public service work setting.

Caverley, N. (2003, January & 2002, September). Guest lecturer for strategic human resource management course at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on The use of competencies within the BC public service’s human resource management system.

Caverley, N. (2003, September, 2002, September & 2001, November). Guest lecturer for multicultural counselling & teaching course at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia). Presentation on Counselling biracial/multiracial individuals within school and community-based settings.

Caverley, N., & Harshaw, H. (2011, November). Guest presenters for the Human Dimensions in Natural Resource Management 2011 – 2012 FORREX Webinar Series. FORREX Webinar 1 – Presentation on Examining the human dimensions of climate change in the South Selkirks.

Caverley, N. & Kainz, N. (2008, April). Guest presenters at the Inaugural Partners in Community Learning “Lunch & Learn” Series (Victoria, BC). Presentation on The community-based implications of the Mountain Pine Beetle: Municipal and First Nations perspectives.

Caverley, N., & Krishnaswamy, A., Eustache, J. & Langlois, B. (2012, January). Preliminary results from Safeguarding our indigenous communities: Measuring the health and safety culture of Aboriginal fire crews and emergency service personnel in British Columbia. Presentation made to the First Nations’ Emergency Services Society Board of Directors and Management Team, North Vancouver, BC, January 20, 2012.

Caverley, N., & Krishnaswamy, A., Eustache, J. & Langlois, B. (2012, March). Guest Presenters for the 2012 First Nations’ Emergency Services Society (FNESS) Public Safety Conference (Prince George, BC) – Presentation on safeguarding our indigenous communities: Measuring the health and safety culture of Aboriginal fire crews and emergency service personnel in British Columbia.

Caverley, N., & Krishnaswamy, A., Eustache, J. & Langlois, B. (2012, January). Preliminary results from Safeguarding our indigenous communities: Measuring the health and safety culture of Aboriginal fire crews and emergency service personnel in British Columbia. Presentation made to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations – Wildfire Management Branch and the Ministry of Public Safety/Solicitor General Office of the Fire Commissioner, Victoria, BC, January 12, 2012.

Caverley, N., & Langlois, B. (2017, June). An interactive discussion on Indigenous fire officer leadership. Presentation and interactive discussion at the FNESS Safety Expo in Vernon, BC. June 7, 2017.

Langlois, B., Caverley, N., & O’Rourke, K. (2017, April). Results from Indigenous leadership in structural firefighting: Developing tomorrow’s leaders in British Columbia. Presentation made to the BC Fire Training Officers Association of BC. April 13, 2017.

Langlois, B., Caverley, N. & Schnitzler, W. (2017, June). WorkSafeBC research on Indigenous leadership in structural firefighting. Presentation at the Fire Chiefs Association of British Columbia Conference in Vernon, BC. June 6, 2017.

Reeves, A., Caverley, N., Marshall, A., & Ricard, D-L (2018, August). Joining the circle: Creating Indigenous-informed curricula for students across academic disciplines. Presentation made at the Let’s Talk About Teaching (LTAT) conference in Victoria, BC, August 30, 2018.

Poster Presentations

Caverley, N. (2008, June). Stand alone poster presentation at the June 10 & 11, 2008 FORREX MPB “From lessons learned to community-based solutions” Conference. Presentation on Understanding the human dimensions of the MPB epidemic: Lessons learned from the First Nations Mountain Pine Beetle Initiative.

Innes, J.L., H.W. Harshaw, H.W., Nelson, H., Caverley, N., Klenner, W., and Krishnaswamy, A. (2012, April). Climate change adaptation research for forest and rangeland ecosystems: Resiliency implications at the landscape level. Poster presented at the Southern Interior Silviculture Committee (SISCO) Winter Workshop, Salmon Arm, BC, April 2—4, 2012.

Langlois, B., Caverley, N., Cunningham, J.B., MacGregor, J.N. (2017, April). Indigenous leadership in structural firefighting: Developing tomorrow’s leaders in British Columbia. Poster presented at the WorkSafeBC Spring into Research event, Richmond, BC, April 7, 2017.

Media Interviews

Azpiri, J. (2007, October 11). Sick and at work? Take a tip from Wally Pipp. The Georgia Straight, 41(2007).

Native Journal. (2009, June). Harmonizing First Nations’ values in the FIA-Forest Science Program. Native Journal Online.


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