Dr Simon B Sherry

RPsych (Registered Psychologist)

  • Highest Academic Graduate Degree: PhD
  • Gender: Male
  • NSBEP Reg. # R0667

Dr Simon B. Sherry is a tenured Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Dalhousie University. He holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Dr Sherry is a specialist in assessing and treating depression, anxiety, perfectionism, personality disorders, and eating disorders. He also assesses and treats a wide variety of other mental health difficulties.

Dr Sherry directs Dalhousie University’s Personality Research Team. His research program investigates the role of personality (e.g., perfectionism) in relationship problems, depression, and eating disorders. Dr Sherry has published 105 scientific articles and earned more than $2.3 million in grant funds. He has received several awards for his scientific research and clinical practice, including the President’s New Researcher Award, the Eysenck Memorial Fund Award, the Discovery Centre’s Emerging Professional of Distinction Award, the Scientist-Practitioner Early Career Award, and the Killam Prize. For information on his scientific research, see cruxpsychology.ca.

Dr Sherry sees adults for assessment and individual therapy at Crux Psychology. He also conducts couples therapy. Dr Sherry provides treatment for a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, ADHD, pain, body dysmorphic disorder, body image, work or academic problems (e.g., procrastination), stress, self-esteem, sexual orientation, trauma (e.g., PTSD), alcohol misuse, relationship problems, personality disorders, and perfectionism. His clinical services are grounded in evidence-based practices, including cognitive-behavioural, behavioural, motivational, and interpersonal approaches. For information on his clinical practice, see cruxpsychology.ca

Practitioner Particulars

Private Practice

Crux Psychology

5547 Clyde Street
Halifax NS  B3J 3T5
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Dr Simon B Sherry’s Availability

By appointment.

Supplemental Notes

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