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If you are viewing this webpage, you are likely having difficulty yourself, or worried about someone you care about. You may have tried to cope with you or your loved one’s challenges for some time on your own and are now feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to move forward. Sometimes, receiving support in a crisis, a new perspective on an old problem or new strategies may make the world of difference. Although, you may be struggling now, there are ways to help and make changes. Seeking support and intervention from a trained professional can often be the first step on the road to relief, recovery and joy.
I am a psychologist in private practice and work with children, teens, adults and families. I received my BA with Honours in Psychology from Concordia University and my Master’s and PhD from McGill University. I further completed a clinical Post-Doctorate in Paediatric Psychology at Montreal Children’s Hospital and subsequently worked there for two more years, while teaching at McGill. Since 1995, I have worked privately with children and families and consulted at hospitals, schools and development centers. Presently, I am in private practice where I assess and treat children, youth and adults with emotional difficulties (including behavioural problems, anxiety and depression), developmental delays (including autism and am recommended by ACT-BC), learning difficulties, developmental derailments (e.g., attachment difficulties) and trauma. My therapy skills are multimodal and I am well versed in numerous assessment/diagnostic techniques, including psycho-educational (e.g., for Learning Difficulties), developmental evaluation (e.g., or Autism Disorders) and projective testing. I am currently a member of the College of Psychologists of BC and consequently some or all of my services may be covered by your extended medical benefits.
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For further information, visit Staci Illsley's website.