RPsych (Registered Psychologist)
- Highest Academic Graduate Degree: MA
- Gender: Male
- CRHSP Reg. # 06314
- NSBEP Reg. # R0460
Mr. MacLeod practices primarily in the following areas: adult mental health (e.g. adjustment issues, depression and anxiety) and health, sport and exercise psychology. His experience also includes dealing with work-related and motor vehicle accident injuries. This consists of assisting clients to return to work, dealing with ongoing pain, and the emotional aspects of such injuries (e.g. PTSD, depression). Mr. MacLeod also works with individual athletes and teams to assist them in reaching high performance goals through the use of techniques such as goal setting, anxiety management and visualization.
Mr. MacLeod utilizes Cognitive-Behavioural techniques to assist clients with their concerns. Such techniques include relaxation and imagery, activity planning and scheduling, and thought monitoring and reframing.
In addition to helping clients cope with emotional symptoms, he is interested in assisting them to reach their full potential in life. Mr. MacLeod’s strengths are in his ability to relate to his clients, to assist clients in understanding the nature of their concerns and helping clients realize their role in the treatment process. He provides clients with a “down-to-earth,” practical and informed perspective in working through their concerns. Outside of work, he has a special interest in sports and is an avid athlete.