Changeways Clinical Team
Below you will find brief descriptions of each of our clinical team. Click on their photos or names to find more extensive information. To make an appointment with any of our psychologists, please call Changeways Clinic at 604 871 0490 during office hours, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Not sure who you might like to see? No problem! Call Heather at our office and she can help identify a person who might suit your needs.
Dr Sarah Coupland provides individual evidence-based treatment for first responders and those struggling with exposure to traumatic or difficult events, as well as those adjusting to life changes (e.g., grief, loss, and relationship breakdowns). She also provides treatment to those needing help with managing stress, substance use difficulties, and interpersonal conflict. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Howson provides individual cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) for depression, the anxiety disorders, and psychosis. Additional areas of interest and expertise include the services for lesbian and gay clients, and the integration of motivational enhancement and dialectical behaviour therapy in the treatment of concurrent disorders (addictions and mental health). Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. MacDonald provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety, grief, depression, trauma, loss, and coping with loss, injury, and chronic health conditions. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Nicole Dorfan provides cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for anxiety, depression, worry, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma and postpartum difficulties. She brings her warmth, compassion, humour and genuine caring into sessions as she provides practical hands-on tools to help clients make meaningful changes in their lives. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Srikameswaran provides individual treatment for eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder, as well as mental health problems that often co-occur with eating disorders, such as depression, anxiety disorders, and PTSD. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Menon provides cognitive behaviour therapy for individuals suffering from severe and recurrent depression, including post-hospitalization care, and for those experiencing psychosis and severe mental illness (including symptoms such as hallucinations and paranoia). Learn more by visiting his page, here.
Dr. Cayley provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety and depression. Additional areas of interest include trauma, life transitions and any concerns around sexuality and/or gender identity. Learn more by visiting their page, here.
Dr. Paterson provides one-to-one evidence based psychotherapy for depression, the anxiety disorders, difficulties adjusting to significant life challenges and changes, and concerns related to sexual orientation. He is the author of Your Depression Map, The Assertiveness Workbook, Private Practice Made Simple, and the blog at www.psychologysalon.com. Learn more by visiting his page, here. Due to teaching and related commitments, Dr Paterson is not taking on new clients at this time.
Dr Bhimji uses evidence-based treatments to address an array of presenting concerns including mood and anxiety disorders, trauma-related disorders, early psychosis, as well as general life adjustments and transitions. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Prober provides individual cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders, depression, and problems with adjustment to life challenges. In particular, she is a specialist in the treatment of trauma-related disorders and incorporates acceptance-based strategies into her work. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Jaleh Shahin provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy for adults experiencing anxiety-related difficulties, depression, burnout, and relationship issues. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Katharine Wojcik provides cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for a variety of concerns including generalized anxiety and worry, social anxiety, panic disorder, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and stress related to daily living or life changes. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Young provides individual cognitive behavioural treatment for adults with anxiety disorders, depression, anger, and grief. In addition she has expertise in helping people learn how to adopt a healthy lifestyle and manage chronic health conditions successfully. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Sarah Cockell provides evidence based psychotherapy for eating disorders, issues related to health conditions, depression (including post partum depression), anxiety, trauma, and relationship issues. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
PLEASE NOTE: Dr Nay is not taking on new clients at this time. Dr. Nay provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for adults with anxiety, depression, grief, and adjustment difficulties, particularly in the context of medical diagnoses and chronic health issues. She also treats persistent sleep difficulties using cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). Learn more by visiting her page, here.
PLEASE NOTE: Dr Blackwell is not taking on new clients at this time. Dr. Blackwell provides treatment for adults with depression and anxiety disorders. She also works with individuals to help them deal more effectively with stress, pain, and chronic illness. In addressing these issues, she relies on evidence-based treatment approaches that are tailored to her clients’ needs. Working collaboratively with her clients, she aims to provide them with skills that will have a long-lasting impact. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
PLEASE NOTE: Dr Cook will be returning in mid-2020. Dr. Cook provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for depression and anxiety as well as trauma, anger, substance use disorder. She also provides treatment for psychotic and bipolar disorders, and problematic personality traits. Dr. Cook has an interest in working with people struggling with interpersonal or workplace conflict. Learn more by visiting her page, here.