Author: Gordon Dionne
Gordon Dionne is a licensed psychologist and the Manager of the Access Centre for students with Disabilities at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. He has worked in Student Services for 15 years in Career Counselling and Disability Services. He has been the Secretary-Treasurer for the Canadian Association of Disability Service Providers in Post-Secondary Education 2006-2014, and is working with AHEAD’s Diversity Standing Committee. He has done numerous presentations at conferences on topics including Career Counselling with students with disabilities, creating and facilitating discussion groups for students with disabilities, How Mad Studies can inform our work as Disability Service Providers, (AHEAD 2013) Mental Health Conditions: What DS Providers Should Know (AHEAD 2015).