Dr Julie MacDonald

Dr. Julie MacDonald works with children, adolescents and young adults. She integrates best available research evidence and practice guidelines along with a shared understanding of the client and family’s goals. Her primary approaches include …

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Derry MacKichan

Mr. MacKichan earned his Master’s degree in 2011 from Mount Saint Vincent University. He is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst specializing in Applied Behaviour Analysis. Using Applied Behaviour Analysis, Mr. MacKichan has provided service to …

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Robyn McClure

Dr. Robyn McClure specializes in helping students overcome academic problems. She treats procrastination, screen time interfering with school (phone, internet and gaming), performance anxiety, fear of failure, public speaking anxiety, test-taking …

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Terra Sawlor

Terra is a Registered Psychologist with over 17 years of experience working for the Halifax Regional Centre for Education (HRCE) and in private practice. She holds both an MA (School Psychology; 2003) and MEd (Special Education; 2008).

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Dr Belinda Seagram

Dr. Belinda Seagram is a registered clinical psychologist with a PhD from York University and over 27 years of combined experience in clinical practice, research, teaching and supervision.

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Jon Sebesta

Jon specializes in conducting psychoeducational assessments to help shed light on an individual’s learning style by highlighting their strengths and challenges. He also sees young adults for ADHD.

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Carlye Smith-Burke

Carlye specializes in comprehensive psychological assessments with children, adolescents, and young adults. She applies a collaborative approach to assessment to include clients, families, schools, and other processionals in the assessment process. …

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