Delphine Labbé

Delphine Labbé

Assistant Professor, Disability and Human Development

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1640 W. Roosevelt Rd., 211a DHSP

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Dr Delphine Labbé's research focuses on promoting full participation of people living with disabilities by better understanding the person-environment interaction and developing interventions to create inclusive communities. Dr. Labbé’s research program is grounded in the social model of disability, and the ecosystemic approach. She has studied different environments including housing and public spaces such as shopping mall and neighborhoods. She is also interested in health promotion of people with disabilities through adaptive leisure, sports and recreational physical activity. Dr. Labbé is deeply committed in creating knowledge and interventions with the people with disabilities and relevant stakeholders from different sectors (e.g. municipal, health care), to produce policy and social changes. She has been working in partnership with various organizations, focusing on universal access, rights advocacy, and leisure. She is using various qualitative and mixed method approaches such as interviews, photovoice, Q-methodology, surveys, in her research.

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PhD in Psychology in Université du Québec à Montréal, Concentration in Community Psychology (2015)
BSc in Psychology in Université du Québec à Montréal (2004)