Contact Dr. Connie Dalton Dr. She was also ottasa clinical staff member at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, where she was responsible for the development of programming for major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder.
Contact Dr. Connie Dalton Dr. She was also a clinical staff member at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre, personapity she was responsible for the development of programming for major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder. She offers supervision and training for psychology and family medicine residents, as well as other mental health professionals. An area of focus and proficiency is the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of anxiety, major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder.
Dalton is not accepting new clients. Rousseau is a founding member of the Ottawa institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. He provides treatment to adults and seniors for mood disorders including Major Depressive Disorder and Bipolar Disorder and anxiety disorders. Rousseau is not accepting new clients. Natasha Ballen Dr. Natasha Ballen is a Clinical and Health Psychologist who provides individual, group, and couples therapy treatment to adults.
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She uses primarily a cognitive-behavioural therapy CBT approach, however she also has training and experience in other approaches including experiential, interpersonal, and dialectical behaviour therapy. She treats a wide variety of problems, including mood and anxiety disorders, personality-related problems, health issues e. An area of special interest and experience is personalith the assessment and treatment of psychological issues related to pregnancy and postpartum adjustment e.
Dianne trained at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, and received her cognitive therapy certification through the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Dianne uses cognitive behavioural and dialectical behavioural approaches. Contact: x Dr. Natasha Bouchard Gosselin is currently on maternity leave from her clinical practice.
She will update this with more information when she determines her date of return. She has a special interest in working with clients through pregnancy, perinatal and postpartum depression and anxiety. Natasha collaborates with her clients to develop a treatment pefsonality tailored to their needs and goals. She uses a cognitive-behavioural approach and integrates elements of schema therapy, experiential, and dialectical behavioural therapy DBT skills. Natasha le the Virtual Reality Persona,ity Therapy Program, which allows clients to face and overcome fears and phobias e.
She also supervises the Core Beliefs Group Therapy Program, which helps clients learn to challenge longstanding negative core beliefs using cognitive and behavioural strategies, with the goal personailty developing a healthier and more positive self-view. Contact: x Robyn Bruyea Ms. Bruyea received her degree in Behavioural Psychology from St. Lawrence College. She currently works within the OICBT home- and community-based program with individuals with anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and attentional problems.
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She offers treatment in office as well as within home and community. Burns primarily employs a cognitive behavioural approach to therapy. She also has training in other evidence-based treatments, including emotion focused therapy EFT and acceptance and commitment therapy ACT. Julian Caza Supervised Practice Dr. Julian Caza is registered as a psychologist in supervised practice with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.
Caza completed his Ph. He is supervised by Dr.
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Given his prior training, Mr. Chan has particular clinical interests in working with concurrent mental health and substance use disorders, trauma-related disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and personality difficulties. He also has a special interest in working with clients from diverse populations e. Caitlin Claggett Woods Dr. Claggett Woods is a clinical psychologist who provides comprehensive assessment and individualized treatment for adults.
Her practice primarily focuses perxonality OCD and related disorders, panic disorder and agoraphobia, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and PTSD. Her primary approach to therapy is cognitive behavioural, with experience and training in a multitude of evidence-based therapies e. Claggett Woods received her Ph.
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In addition to individual therapy, she is also currently involved in the OICBT's intensive day treatment program for OCD, and the training and supervision of clinical psychology graduate students. Cathy Dandurand Dr. Dandurand completed her Ph. Her theoretical approach implements a cognitive behavioural approach comprised of elements of schema therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, experiential, interpersonal, mindfulness, and dialectical behavioural therapy.
Dandurand's practice assessment, diagnosis, and treatment is in the service of adult populations experiencing difficulties related to mood depression, bipolar, post-partum depression, etc. Additionally, her practice focuses on working with wmoan experiencing personality-related problems e.
Dandurand collaboratively tailors her work to target clients' individual needs and strengths and has a vested interest in stigma-reduction related to mental health difficulties. Meredith Foot Dr. Foot is a clinical and health psychologist providing cognitive behavioural therapy combined with mindfulness and acceptance based approaches. She works with adult clients experiencing a range of difficulties, including mood disorders depression, bipolar disorderanxiety disorders generalized anxiety, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, specific phobiasand adjustment wwoman difficulties e.
She also has an interest in helping clients address low self-esteem, personaliy concerns, anger management problems, and difficulties with assertiveness. In the area of health and illness, Dr. Foot works with individuals experiencing health-related anxiety as well as those adjusting to illness e. She brings a caring, collaborative approach to her work with clients and aims to help individuals identify and work towards their goals.
In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Foot is involved in the supervision and training of doctoral students in clinical psychology.
She completed her Ph. Freynet provides individual and group treatment to adults using cognitive behavioural therapy as a primary approach. She also has experience working with other evidence-based approaches including interpersonal therapy IPTemotion focused therapy EFTacceptance and commitment therapy ACTschema therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy DBT.
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Freynet is involved in a of OICBT programs including the intensive day treatment program for OCD and anxiety disorders, and the intensive assessment and diagnosis program. She has experience providing assessment and treatment to clients with complex mental health challenges, developmental disabilities, chronic pain, and neurological disorders in hospital and community settings.
Using a client-centred approach, she partners with clients to promote engagement, safety, and ottasa in the context of daily activities and functional goals. Neva has published a research paper exploring the gendered experiences of inclusive education for children with disabilities in Africa and continues to have interest in the intersections amongst health, gender, and inclusion. Jennifer Karp.
Hong takes a warm, collaborative, family-centered approach in working with children, youth, and their parents. Her therapeutic orientation is primarily cognitive-behavioural CBTalthough she integrates principles from acceptance and commitment therapy ACTemotion focused family therapy EFFTand dialectical behaviour therapy DBT skills to best meet the needs of each.
Emily Johnson Supervised Practice Dr. Emily Johnson is registered as a Psychologist in supervised practice with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She is supervised by Dr. Johnson provides psychological services to children and adolescents.
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She offers individual therapy to children and youth who are experiencing a range of difficulties such as anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, low self-esteem, anger, interpersonal problems, emotion regulation difficulties, and parent-child relational conflict. Johnson uses a family-focused approach to working with children, youth, and their parents.
She aims to create a warm and empathic relationship with her clients in order to help them work toward their treatment goals. Jennifer Karp Dr. Karp is a clinical psychologist who provides treatment for children, adolescents and parents. She offers individual child and adolescent therapy to address a range of difficulties such as anxiety, depression, behaviour problems, ADHD, interpersonal challenges and parent-child relational conflict.
She maintains a particular interest in working with clients suffering from anxiety conditions and OCD. Karp also offers parent consultation and emotion coaching support. In addition to therapy, she provides psycho-educational assessments to children and adolescents in order to evaluate learning disabilities, ADHD and gifted status.
Karp works collaboratively with children, youth and parents in creating a warm, empathic environment in which to address presenting concerns.
In addition to providing individual therapy and assessment, Dr. Karp is involved in the training and supervision of supervised practice members. Pete Kelly Dr.
Kelly provides individual and group treatment to adults for mood and anxiety disorders using a variety of cognitive-behavioural therapies. An area of focus and interest is the treatment of posttraumatic stress using CBT techniques. Kelly also provides cognitive-behavioural treatment for anxiety and depression associated with tinnitus.
In addition to publishing scientific papers, Dr. She has a PhD. In her role as an intake worker at the OICBT, Sabrina uses a client-centred approach to understand how biological, psychological, social and structural factors impact lived experiences.
Through this process, Sabrina aims to provide tailored treatment recommendations for those interested in receiving services at the clinic. She has worked as an occupational therapist since Since then, Mary has worked in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, community mental health centres, private medical clinics, and private occupational therapy offices.
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She assists clients to achieve their functional goals, strengthen illness management and achieved greater home and community womn. She has experience providing assessments, treatment, collaborative goal-setting, and counselling to adult patients for a variety of health-related concerns, including: anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, chronic pain, and return to work concerns.
She offers services in English and Greek. Jeff Perron Dr.