I've extensively studied physical and health education - so I understand the fundamentals that deliver results.
If you end up taking a cab back, you need to tell the driver exactly where you want to go.
Speaking from experience, don’t assume that your driver is familiar with a docking area other than knowing that it’s by the water.
All our psychologists are registered with the Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology. He is licensed to practice as a psychologist in the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Mac Gillivray’s curriculum vitae is available for download in PDF. Beverly Butler, Psychologist (Registration #R0592) holds a Ph. in Clinical Psychology from Dalhousie University, where her major areas of concentration were in Clinical Neuropsychology and Health Psychology.
If you do not see the specialty you are seeking here, please call us for more information. Areas of particular clinical interest include neuropsychological assessment and treatment of adults experiencing cognitive difficulties, behavioural changes, and/or emotional distress after stroke, traumatic brain injury, and other neurological or medical conditions. Mac Latchy specializes in an adolescent population (aged 12-19 years) with chronic, severe and complex mental health histories.
He is co-author of the text, Pain and Behavioural Medicine, which is widely cited as a classic in the field. Prior to that, he taught at the Universities of Saskatchewan and Waterloo, and Wilfrid Laurier University. Mac Gillivray (Registration #R0226) specializes in individual cognitive-behavioural therapy, schema therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy for adults with generalized anxiety, social anxiety, hypochondriasis, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, PTSD, depression, adjustment disorders and personality disorders. He also offers psychological testing services related to the assessment of intelligence, memory, school achievement and mental status. Mac Gillivray has experience with assessment and psychotherapy with members of the clergy, armed services and police forces.