Changeways Clinical Team
Below you will find brief descriptions of each of our clinical team. Click on their photos or names to find more extensive information. To make an appointment with any of our psychologists, please call Changeways Clinic at 604 871 0490 during office hours, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Not sure who you might like to see? No problem! Call Heather at our office and she can help identify a person who might suit your needs.
Dr. MacDonald provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety, grief, depression, trauma, loss, and coping with loss, injury, and chronic health conditions. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Cyr (she/her) provides individual therapy to adolescents and adults for concerns related to depression/low mood, anxiety, OCD, relationships, and life transitions. In certain circumstances, she also works directly with family members (e.g., parents) of those who may be experiencing challenges related to mental health. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Young specializes in treating depression, grief, and anxiety disorders with an emphasis on the interplay between these conditions and physical health. Much of her career has been focused on helping people learn to cope with chronic illnesses and to adjusting to major life changes - whether such changes are planned (such as retirement) or out of one’s control (such as a new diagnosis of a medical condition). Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Chan provides individual treatment for anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, and adjustment to life changes. Her approach to therapy is cognitive-behavioural, incorporating dialectical behaviour therapy and mindfulness strategies when appropriate. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Janeck provides assessment and treatment for anxiety and mood disorders. She uses evidence-based interventions to address a variety of presenting problems including obsessive-compulsive disorder, worry, trauma, panic attacks, phobias and depression. She also helps clients who are primarily struggling with adjustment to life events and transitions. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr Bhimji uses evidence-based treatments to address an array of presenting concerns including mood and anxiety disorders, trauma-related disorders, early psychosis, as well as general life adjustments and transitions. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr Sarah Coupland provides individual evidence-based treatment for first responders and those struggling with exposure to traumatic or difficult events, as well as those adjusting to life changes (e.g., grief, loss, and relationship breakdowns). She also provides treatment to those needing help with managing stress, substance use difficulties, and interpersonal conflict. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Srikameswaran provides individual treatment for eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder, as well as mental health problems that often co-occur with eating disorders, such as depression, anxiety disorders, and PTSD. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Paterson provides one-to-one evidence based psychotherapy for depression, the anxiety disorders, difficulties adjusting to significant life challenges and changes, and concerns related to sexual orientation. He is the author of Your Depression Map, The Assertiveness Workbook, Private Practice Made Simple, and a YouTube channel, PsychologySalon. Learn more by visiting his page, here.
Dr Strub provides psychotherapy for difficulties with: Anxiety, mood (e.g., sadness, depression, anger), feeling “stuck” or overwhelmed, conflict, communication, loss, trauma, low self-esteem, work challenges, a new stage of life (e.g., college, retirement, career change, moving), starting or stopping certain behaviours, COVID-19-related stress, etc. Services in English and French. Virtual services available throughout British Columbia. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Khalis (he/him) provides evidence-based treatment for adults managing concerns related to depression, anxiety, OCD, life stress, work-life balance, difficulties with emotions, and unexplained somatic symptoms. Although his primary approach to therapy is cognitive-behavioral, he incorporates aspects of DBT, ACT, and psychodynamic therapy when appropriate. Dr. Khalis also has a special interest in the intersection of culture, race, and mental health in people’s lives. Learn more by visiting his page, here.
Dr Wang provides evidence-based treatment for specific anxiety-related concerns such as generalized anxiety, panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety, and health anxiety. She also has a special interest in working with individuals experiencing symptoms of psychosis. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Kivisalu uses evidence-based interventions in therapy to help individuals manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, trichotillomania, life stress, work-life balance, and self-esteem/self-confidence. She also possesses experience working with health professionals during their training and residency. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Cook provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for depression and anxiety as well as trauma, anger, substance use disorder. She also provides treatment for psychotic and bipolar disorders, and problematic personality traits. Dr. Cook has an interest in working with people struggling with interpersonal or workplace conflict. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Prober provides individual cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders, depression, and problems with adjustment to life challenges. In particular, she is a specialist in the treatment of trauma-related disorders and incorporates acceptance-based strategies into her work. Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Dr. Menon provides cognitive behaviour therapy for individuals suffering from severe and recurrent depression, including post-hospitalization care, and for those experiencing psychosis and severe mental illness (including symptoms such as hallucinations and paranoia). Learn more by visiting his page, here.
Dr. Howson provides individual cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) for depression, the anxiety disorders, and psychosis. Additional areas of interest and expertise include the services for lesbian and gay clients, and the integration of motivational enhancement and dialectical behaviour therapy in the treatment of concurrent disorders (addictions and mental health). Learn more by visiting her page, here.
Please Note: Dr. Nay is not accepting new clients for treatment at this time. Dr. Nay provides individual cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for adults with anxiety, depression, grief, and adjustment difficulties, particularly in the context of medical diagnoses and chronic health issues. She also treats persistent sleep difficulties using cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). Learn more by visiting her page, here.