Dr. José Domene's cultural background is Chinese and Mexican. His family immigrated to Canada when José was a teenager. He currently resides in Calgary with his partner, Melanie. José completed an MA in Counselling Psychology in 1998 and a PhD in Measurement, Evaluation and Research Methodology in 2005. Following that, he taught at Trinity Western University and the University of New Brunswick before joining the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary in 2018. He teaches graduate courses in counselling psychology. Jose is also in the process of transferring his psychologist's licensure from New Brunswick to Alberta.
JOSÉ FRANCISCO DOMENE
JOSÉ FRANCISCO DOMENE
Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr José F Domene is a Professor the counselling psychology specialization area within the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary. His areas of teaching include career development and counselling, counselling psychology ethics, and qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Over the past 15 years, his program of applied research has addressed issues related to the relational contexts of career development, young people’s transition into the workforce, the impact of technological advancement on counselling and career development practice, and professional issues in counselling and counselling psychology in Canada. He has published over 50 journal articles and book chapters on these topics, and presented over a 150 papers and posters at scholarly conferences around the world.
RESEARCH & SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY
Dr. José Domene's areas of research interest include (a) the couple and family contexts of career development, particularly during young people's initial transition into the workforce, (b) intersections of technology and counselling/career development, and (c) professional issues in counselling and counselling psychology in Canada (e.g., professional identity, research practices, scope of practice, engagement in social justice). José uses a wide range of approaches, drawing on qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method research designs, to conduct his scholarly activities.
Principal Investigator. Career adaptability in accompanying partners of international students. Insight Grant, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2016 – 2020.
Co-Investigator. Goal-directed project support for young adult newcomers to Canada. Insight Grant, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2017-2020.
Co-investigator. A Social Mentalities framework for understanding person-environment fit and well-being in the workplace. Insight Grant, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2018-2020.
Co-investigator. Transitioning youth with disabilities and employment: The TYDE Project. Partnership Grant, Canadian Institutes of Health Research/ Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 2018-2023.
Ph.D. in Measurement, Evaluation and Research Methodology (Educational Psychology)
University of British Columbia.
M.A. in Counselling Psychology
Trinity Western University
B.Sc. in Psychology
Asia Pacific Career Development Association
Canadian Psychological Association
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
Domene, J. F., & Socholotiuk, K. D. (2018). Incorporating research into counselling and psychotherapy practice: Why and how? Education Review, 5 (3), 27-31. https://education.uottawa.ca/en/research/educational-review
Domene, J. F., & Isenor, J. (2017). Career service provision in Canada: Deep roots and diverse practices. H. J. Yoon, B. Hutchison, M. Maze, C. Pritchard, & A. Reiss (Eds.). International practices of career services, credentials, and training (pp. 1 -9). Washington, DC: National Career Development Association. https://ncda.org/aws/NCDA/pt/sd/news_article/139017/_self/layout_details/false
Domene, J. F., Arim, R. G., & Law, D. (2017). Change in depression symptoms through emerging adulthood: Disentangling the roles of employment status and employment satisfaction. Emerging Adulthood, 5, 406-416. https://doi.org/10.1177/2167696817700262
Domene, J. F. (2016). Extending campus mental health services to accompanying partners of international students. Antistasis: An Open Education Journal, 6(2), 33-43. https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/antistasis/index
Domene, J. F., Landine, J. & Stewart, J. (2015). Emerging adult career transitions. In P. J. Hartung, M. L. Savickas, & W. B. Walsh (Eds.). APA handbook of career intervention (Vol. 2, pp. 479 - 494). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
President’s Award, Asia Pacific Career Development Association (2018). This award is given to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the advancement of career development research and practice in the Asia Pacific region.
Fellow, Canadian Psychological Association (2016 – present). The status of Fellow is awarded to members of the association who have made a distinguished contribution to the advancement of the science or profession of psychology
Lorne Flavell Award for Outstanding Service, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (2016). This special recognition is awarded to long-standing members of the association who have engaged in outstanding volunteer service to the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.