Sullivan, Maureen, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist
Dr. Sullivan completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at McGill University. She has worked in a variety of settings: hospital, university counselling centre, Operational Trauma and Stress Support Centre (OTSSC) and private practice. Dr. Sullivan’s areas of specialization include: assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, stress management, work place issues, couples counselling, adjustment difficulties, dealing with chronic health issues and pain management. Her treatment approach is cognitive-behavioural. Dr. Sullivan offers services to adults in both English and French.
Parker, Lori, M.A., Registered Psychologist
Ms. Parker completed her M.A. in Psychology in 1990. She provides services to children, adolescents, families and adults. Her areas of practice include parenting, depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, and infertility counselling. As well, she conducts assessments to address learning, memory, attention and behavioural issues. Her treatment approach is cognitive-behavioural. Ms. Parker offers services in English.
Taggart, Tracy L., M.A., Registered Psychologist
Ms. Taggart completed her Masters degree in 2000. She works with children, adolescents, parents and families. Her areas of specialization include children and adolescents with behaviour difficulties, ADHD, learning difficulties, anxiety, depression and grief. She also offers counselling for issues that can have an impact in both home and school settings, such as procrastination, low self-esteem, social anxiety, as well as assistance with study skills and time management. She also works with parents dealing with the challenges of parenting and co-parenting. Her treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral in orientation. Ms. Taggart offers services in English.
Haley, Jennifer, M.A., Registered Psychologist
Ms. Haley completed her M.A. in Applied Psychology in 1997 from the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. She has worked with adults ranging in age from 18-95. Settings have included a community mental health clinic, a university counselling centre, hospital and long-term care units, and an insomnia clinic. Her areas of practice include therapy for anxiety, depression, insomnia, adjustment issues (i.e. to chronic illness, life role changes, separation) and interpersonal problems. Her treatment approach is primarily cognitive-behavioural. Ms. Haley offers services in English.
Cochrane, Karen, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist
Dr. Cochrane completed her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at McGill University and her Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology at the University of Alberta. Her previous work settings have included a community mental health center, hospital setting, and a college counselling service. Dr. Cochrane specializes in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief and loss, as well as caregiver stress, chronic illness and issues facing older adults. She displays warmth, compassion and empathy, supporting clients using a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy. Dr. Cochrane offers services in English.
Stoffer, Elaine, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist
Dr. Stoffer completed her Master’s degree in psychology from the University of British Columbia and her Ph.D. in Applied Psychology from The University of Calgary. She was a lecturer in the Psychology Department at St. Francis Xavier University for seven years. Her areas of practice include treatment and assistance for depression, anxiety, self-esteem, disordered eating, stress management, workplace issues, career counselling, relationship issues, couples counselling and sport/performance psychology. Her treatment approach is primarily cognitive-behavioural. Dr. Stoffer offers services in English.
Wambolt, Dawson, M.A., Psychologist (Candidate Register)
Mr. Wambolt provides services to adults facing issues related to anxiety, depression, grief, loss, relationship issues, sexuality, career and life transitions. At present, he sits on the board of directors for Youth Project and is an occasional guest lecturer at Saint Mary’s University. He takes a flexible approach when helping clients meet their goals, but draws primarily upon cognitive-behavioral therapy to guide this process. Mr. Wambolt offers services in English and is LGBTQ friendly.