Angelique Jenney

Angelique  Jenney

Associate Professor

Faculty of Social Work, Calgary Campus

Wood's Homes Research Chair in Children's Mental Health

Faculty of Social Work, Calgary Campus

Full Member

Hotchkiss Brain Institute

Full Member

Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research and Education

Web presence

Phone number

Office : +1 (403) 220-7123

Location

Office : MT440

Email

Background

Educational Background

Bachelor of Arts Psychology Co-op Program with Family and Social Relations Minor, University of Guelph, 1995

Doctor of Philosophy Social Work, University of Toronto, 2011

Master of Social Work Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University, 1998

Biography

Angelique Jenney, MSW, PhD, RSW is an Associate Professor and the Wood’s Homes Research Chair in Children’s Mental Health in the Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary.   Dr. Jenney has 25 years of experience in intervention and prevention services within the violence against women, child protection and children’s mental health sectors. Her community-based research and practice interests focus on the impact of intimate partner violence (IPV) on children and families including: family-based interventions for childhood trauma; child protection responses to IPV cases; and the use of reflective, simulation-based learning approaches to training both social work students and practitioners in the field.  

Research

Areas of Research

Child mental health, Intimate Partner Violence; Trauma across the lifespan, Simulation-Based Learning

Dr. Jenney has 25 years of experience in intervention and prevention services within the violence against women, child protection and children’s mental health sectors. Her community-based research and practice interests focus on the impact of intimate partner violence (IPV) on children including: family-based interventions for trauma in children/youth; child protection responses to IPV cases; and the use of reflective, simulation-based learning approaches to training both social work students and practitioners in the field.

Participation in university strategic initiatives

Courses

Course number Course title Semester
SOWK 55119 SEC 03 S03 SelTop: Soc Work Interventions 2020
SOWK 61201 SEC 02 S02 Adv Top Clnc'l Prc't Rsrc'h I 2020
SOWK 61201 SEC 06 S06 Adv Top Clnc'l Prc't Rsrc'h I 2021

Projects

Exploring the use of virtual simulations to promote cross-disciplinary teaching and learning in inter-professional education in addressing childhood exposure to intimate partner violence (CEIPV).

Using standardized client simulation to identify procedural competencies for CEIPV professionals.

Collaborative development and assessment of Canadian core competencies for GBV specialists: Synthesis of academic findings, expert practice-based knowledge and survivor experience to enhance services.

Simulation in social work education.

Awards

  • Faculty Publication Award, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary. 2018
  • Faculty Publication Award, Faculty of Social Work, University of Calgary. 2017
  • Faculty of Social Work Early Career Researcher Award, University of Calgary. 2021

Publications

  • The impact of exposure to IPV on children and youth: Considering strategies for cultivating resilience. W. DeKeseredy; Ramona Alaggia; Angelique Jenney; C. Rennison; K., A.. London, Taylor and Francis Ltd.. (2018)
  • “More than just Ghosts in the Nursery: Understanding How the Presence of Violence and Trauma in the Lives of Infants and Young Children Impact on Parenting and Child Development.. Angelique Jenney; Chaya Kulkarni. Wilfrid Laurier Press. (2019)
  • Children’s exposure to domestic violence.. Nico Trocme; Cathy Vine; Jasmine Hayes; Angelique Jenney; Ramona Alaggia. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. (2006)
  • Children’s exposure to domestic violence: Integrating policy, research and practice to address children’s mental health.. R. Alaggia; Ramona Alaggia; Angelique Jenney; C. Vine. Wilfrid Laurier Press. 303-336. (2012)
  • Keeping the Child in Mind when Thinking about Violence in Families. Sarah Jones; Angelique Jenney; Wendy Bunston. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. (2019)
  • The Role of Maternalism in Shaping the focus on Mothering in Child Protection Practice with Abused Women and Children. Angelique Jenney. (2019)
  • Safe and Understood: Collaborating to Provide Domestic Violence Parenting Interventions within Child Protection Services. Barbara Fallon; Angelique Jenney; Kathleen Kufeldt; Katreena Scott; Barbara McKenzie. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. (2019)