Internships and publications
Over the years, the Centre has developed specific expertise in various areas which it is pleased to share with other organizations, colleges and universities, aiming, ultimately, to maximize resources and offer the best possible services to the population.
It is in this perspective that the Women's Centre of Montréal welcomes trainees each year. It has created several practical intervention guides, conducted some researchs.
Since its establishment in 1973, the Women’s Centre of Montréal has helped more than half a million women in the greater metropolitan area. The work accomplished over these years has been made possible thanks to the employees, volunteers and trainees who, together, have contributed their energy and expertise.
The Women’s Centre of Montréal is proud to collaborate in the educational process of individuals entering the health and social services field. The Centre has welcomed college and university level students and interns studying in social Sciences.
This partnership is very vital in helping the Centre to carry out its mission.
If you wish to pursue an internship/ study program with us, send us your curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Breaking out from Abuse, by Élise Poudrette, M.Ps.
Intervention guide on support groups for incest survivors. This guide examines the philosophy and objectives of the intervention, the clientele it addresses, the framework, the step-by-step exercises used and follow-up sessions developed by the Women's Centre of Montréal. Edition 1995
The publication of this guide was made possible through the financial support of Health Canada, Health Promotion Division.