Dr. Sean Kidd is a Chief of the Psychology Division at CAMH and a Clinician Scientist in the Complex Care and Recovery Program. He is also Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.
Areas of Research
The focus of Dr. Kidd’s career has been upon marginality and service enhancement. The populations of focus, often overlapping, are homeless youth and individuals with severe mental illness. Specific domains of contribution include publishing landmark papers in qualitative methods in psychology; international recognition for his research into youth homelessness, including being one of the most published scholars in that area; and extensive work in developing and testing psychiatric rehabilitation interventions and examining social inclusion among marginalized populations.
View Dr. Kidd's publications on PubMed.