Eileen has been a Registered Psychologist since 1975. She has been in private practice since 1980, bringing a wide range of skills and experience to the firm. Additionally, she is a trained Mediator and believes these skills are invaluable in the broadening arenas of conflict resolution. Eileen is trained in understanding people, identifying strengths and weaknesses, diagnosing specific areas of problems, developing stress management skills, and facilitating growth and performance enhancement. She has worked with organizations, agencies, groups, families and individuals for many years in Alberta and internationally.
Working in a consultative position to boards, groups and associations, Eileen has developed and implemented programs to address the needs of the group, as well as the needs of the people they serve. As a “team person”, Eileen believes the strength is reflected in the close collegial relations which have worked exceedingly effectively to provide superior expertise for our clients. This strength has been particularly evident in the psycho-legal area of our practice. Eileen has been called to both the Court of Queen’s Bench and The Provincial Court of Alberta as an Expert Witness in matters pertaining to child custody and sexual abuse.
Eileen has taught at the University level and has trained groups in organizational settings. Currently, she is a member of Council of the College of Alberta Psychologists, and has been the Ethics and Practice Standards Chairperson, and previous Professional Affairs Chairperson for the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta. Additionally, she belongs to many related professional associations and works actively to promote the enhancement of professionalism in the field. Her doctoral research is in the area of conflict resolution.
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