Certified Members

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The following is a list of some of our Certified Members. This list only includes those who have specifically requested to be a part of this service. Our Certified Members have been through a structured process to meet a set of education and practical standards, and have met proven experience and knowledge requirements.

 

 

 

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Hossein Abdollahi Sani, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise:

Hossein A. Sani has been providing his clients with psychotherapy and counselling services for more than 12 years. A registered psychotherapist, his medical and psychiatry educational background is assisting himto have a biopsychosocial approach in counselling and employs effectively different techniques of psychotherapy in his practice. He has been successfully applying psychoanalysis to help clients with past deep sited trauma overcoming their long lasting unhealthy emotions. Gestalt approach in the role of integrity of body, mind and environment in human healthy existence is valued and precious techniques of Gestalt such as empty chair is being frequently conducted. He positively applies cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy of Albert Ellis to manage unhealthy emotions and irrational thoughts and maladaptive behaviors. He admits adult and youth clients with anxiety, depression, phobias, obsession, pain disorder, addiction and behavioral issues. He also provides couples with counselling to live more happily.

Education:

Hossein was educated as a medical doctor in a well-known medical school of Iran (Shiraz) and achieved his psychiatry specialty in Iran University of Medical Science in Tehran afterward. He used to deliver counselling and psychotherapy for all groups of mental health clients in his previous career.

Publications:

  • Psychiatry disorders in women in Farsi language, 2010
  • Prevalence of minor physical anomalies in schizophrenia. Published in Brain and Behavior monthly journal, Iran University, 2004

Contact Information:

Office Location: 240 Duncan Mill Rd, suite 404 Better Life Counselling Center, North York, ON M3B3S6
Telephone: 647-981-2355, 647-726-2999
Email: hosabdollahi@yahoo.com 
Hours of Operation: 9am-5pm except Thursday and Sunday

 

Adetoun Ahmed, MA, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: 

Areas of specialization include: mood disorder, anxiety disorder, eating disorder, workplace stress/burnout, anger management, relstionships

Education:

  • MA (C.Psychology)
  • MBA, Pg.Dip, 
  • Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO #003149)

Contact Information

Office Location:4-224 Huntclub Road, Ottawa, K1V 1P1
Telephone: 613-248-1010
Email:adetouno@me.com
Website:www.cpcpractice.com

 

Barbara Anschuetz, (Cert)OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: 

Barbara Anschuetz is the Team Lead at The Trauma Centre, a unique facility in Canada, offering inclusive, non-residential, comprehensive treatment for children, adolescents, adults and families in evidence based trauma counselling and therapy.  The Centre also provides specialized support services for emergency services personnel.  Barbara has 30 years experience in trauma treatment, training and trauma response, both nationally and internationally. Barbara is also the Clinical Director of the York Region CISM Team and a member of the Transitional  Council for the College of Registered Psychotherapists and Registered Mental Health Therapists.

Education:

  • Ed.D. in Counselling Psychology, U. of Toronto
  • Certified EMDR Therapist, Certified Trauma Specialist, Certified Traumatologist, Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, Certified Psychotherapist, Diplomate, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress

Publications:

  • Anschuetz, B.L. (2007).  Understanding Grief and Loss, In:   The Association Press.  York Regional Police Association, Fall 2007.
  • Anschuetz, B.L.  (2006).  Impact of Disaster Response on Emergency Responders.  In:  The Association Press.  York Regional Police Association, Winter 2006.
  • Anschuetz, B.L. (2004).  Reliving The Haunting Effects of Trauma:  Understanding PTSD.  In:  The Association Press.  York Region Police Association, Winter 2004.
  • Anschueta, B.L.  (2001).  Turn in Your Badge and Gun:  Turn in Your Dignity.  In:  Tour of Duty, Toronto Police Association, Toronto.
  • Anschuetz, B.L.  (1999).  The High Cost of Caring--Coping with Workplace Stress, In:  Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies Journal 43:2, pp. 17-21.
  • Anschuetz, B.L.  (1998).  Book Review.  In:  Journal of Palliative Care 14:2, In the Shadow of Illness, Parents & Siblings of the Chronically Ill Child.  M Bluebond-Langner.
  • Anschuetz, B.L.  (1997).  Adolescent Grief, In:  Thanatology:  Readings for Undergraduates, University of Western Ontario, J.D. Morgan (ed.).  Baywood Publishing Co., Amityville, N.Y.
  • Anschuetz, B.L. (1993).  Changing the Rules in an Alcoholic Family, Individual and Group Counselling Strategies for Schools.
  • Anschuetz, B.L. (1990).  The Development and Implementation of a Group Counselling Intervention Model with Bereaved Adolescents, Doctoral Thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON.

Contact Information:

Office Location: 18642 Leslie Street Sharon, ON L0G 1V0
Telephone: 905-478-8826 (p) 805-478-8836 (f)
Email: banschuetz@bellnet.ca
Website: www.thetraumacentre.ca
Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday 8am-8pm

 

Linda Attoe, MA, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: Linda Attoe

As a Certified Clinical member of OACCPP, Linda Attoe offers professional support for individuals, children, couples and families who may be experiencing stress, loss, parenting concerns, relationship difficulties, pre- or post-natal worries, school problems, or other life difficulties.

Education:

  • Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Senior Candidate
  • Toronto Art Therapy Institute. Graduate
  • Adler School of Professional Psychology, Chicago. M.A. Counselling Psychology
  • University of Toronto, Trinity College. Honours Bachelor of Science, Psychology & Psychoanalytic Thought
  • State Registered Midwife (PIN: 70I2436E) and Registered Nurse: England and Wales (Retired)

Contact Information:

Office locations:

1. 98 Welland Avenue, St. Catharines, ON. L2R 2N1
2. 278 Mary Street, Niagara on the Lake, ON. L0S 1J0

Telephone: 905-468-0046
Fax: 906-641-9212
Email: l.attoe@mac.com
Website: www.lindaattoe.co 
Hours of operation -
St. Catharines Office: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11am - 8:30pm; Friday 11am -6pm
Niagara on the Lake Office: Wednesday 1-8pm

 

Jorhdin Banner, PhD, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: jorhdin banner

The Jungian analytical approach forms the basis of Jorhdin Banner's work as a therapist. Jung believed that the different aspects of the personality had to be in balance for the individual to be healthy, otherwise the resulting imbalance created some form of psychological discomfort. By identifying those aspects that are out of balance, and what effects they have, we also discover what needs to be addressed.
Banner provides seminar presentations at many law firms and downtown companies, including the University of Toronto. Seminars include: Stress for Success; The Science of Sleep; Understanding Stress: the Mind/Body Connection; Team Building; Dream Analysis and Succeeding with Better Communications.

Education:

  • Studies in analytical psychology at the C.G. Jung Analyst Training Program of Pittsburgh, 1997 to 1999. APA approved.
  • Ph.D., Community Health, Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 1992. Thesis title: “Personality-compatible health programs and their influence on behavior: A study of academically bright students.”
  • M.A., Sports Psychology, York University, 1988. Thesis title: “The effects of exercise and nitrous oxide on a discrimination reaction time task.”
  • B.Sc., Honours Psychology, University of Calgary, 1986. Thesis title: “The effects of negative transfer and imagery in a paired associate learning task in young and middle-aged adults.”

Publications:

  • Banner, J. (1998). Exercise and you. Canadian Diabetes Care Guide.
  • Banner, J. (1996). Alternatives to Residential Care: The Early Release Support Program, Central Toronto Youth Service Publication: Toronto.
  • Banner, J. and Mathews, F. (1994). Community alternatives project review, Central Toronto Youth Service Publication: Toronto.
  • Banner, J. and Mathews, F. (1994). Dufferin Mall Youth Service process evaluation and service review, Central Toronto Youth Service Publication: Toronto.
  • Banner, J. and Mathews, F. (1994). Newspaper coverage of youth gangs/groups in Metropolitan Toronto, Central Toronto Youth Service Publication: Toronto.
  • Banner, J., Ryan, C. and Mathews, F. (1994). Multiple perpetrator youth crime and violence in Metropolitan Toronto: A demographic study, Central Toronto Youth Service Publication: Toronto.
  • Ryan, C., Mathews, F. and Banner, J. (1994). The anti-violence community school: A police/school partnership model, Solicitor General Canada, User Report # 1994-04.
  • Ryan, C., Mathews, F. and Banner, J. (1993). Student perceptions of violence, Central Toronto Youth Services Publication: Toronto.
  • Mathews, F., Banner, J. and Ryan, C. (1992). Proceedings of the Youth Officers Training Seminar Ontario Police College: Youth violence and dealing with violence in our schools. A Central Toronto Youth Service Publication in cooperation with the Ontario Police College: Toronto. 
  • Banner, J. and Mathews, F (1991). Program Overview and Evaluation: Native Child and Family Services.
  • Banner, J. and Mandel, H.P. (1992). The effectiveness of exercise and relaxation in reducing stress in introverts and extraverts. In: The Administration, Scoring and Interpre¬tive Manual of the Motivation and Achievement Inven¬tory. Los Angeles, Western Psychological Services (WPS). 
  • Fowler, B., Banner, J., Pogue, J. and Poirlier, G., Visual information processing mechanisms as the source of slowing by hypoxia, Human Factors, in press, 1992. 
  • Schonfield, D., Davidson, H. and Banner, J. (nee Jones, H.,J)  An example of age-associated interference in memorizing, Journal of Gerontology, 1983, 38, 2, 204-210. 

Contact Information:

Office Location: 161 Bay St. Suite 2761, 27th floor. Canada Trust Tower, Toronto, ON
Telephone: 416-214-1963
Website: www.jbanner.org

 

Valery Belyanin, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: 

Valery Belyanin is a psychotherapist in private practice with more than 10 years of experience in Russia and Canada. He provides help to people who worry about life events and struggle with accepting themselves and the challenges they face. Valery works with adults, adolescents, and couples. He also offers online psychotherapy via Skype.

Valery’s aim is to help his clients to become self-confident, more comfortable with life situations and more happy and successful. His can help you to identify cognitive distortions, patterns of negative thinking and mental language that often undermine confidence and maintain unwanted life patterns.

Valery uses a variety of methods, including Cognitive Behavioral and Cognitive Processing TherapyNeuro-linguistic ProgrammingNarrative TherapyTransactional Analysis. His patient approach fosters self-understanding and insight into unrecognized strengths and contributes to a broadening of perspective and more multidimensional thinking.

Valery worked in five countries (Afghanistan, Taiwan, Cuba, Russia, USA,) is culturally sensitive and is fluent in Russian and English.

Education:

Publications:

  • Belyanin, V. (2011). Psycholinguistics: Textbook. 9th ed. Moscow: Russian Academy of Education. 420 p.
  • Belyanin, V., Shkuratova I. (2011) Dialogues on Homo Loquens and Homo Scribens. – St - Petersburg, 2011. 230 pp.
  • Belyanin, V. (2006) Psychological Literary Criticism. Moscow, 2008. 320 pp.
  • Belyanin, V. (2000) Foundations of Psycholinguistic Diagnostics: Models of the World in Fiction. Moscow, Academy of Sciences. 234 p.
  • Belyanin, V., Butenko I. (1996) Russian Dark Humor. Moscow, Institute of Culturology, 192 p.
  • Belyanin, V. (1996) Introduction to Psychiatric Literary Criticism. Munich, Verlag Otto Sagner. 296 p.
  • Belyanin, V. (1977) Psycholinguistic Aspects of Fiction. Moscow, Moscow State Univ., 1977. 123 p.
  • Valery published more than 60 articles in academic press and more than 200 articles in mass media, he was an editor of several books and supervised five PhD students. 

Contact Information:

Office Location: 48 Dunkirk Road, Toronto ON M4C 2M3
Telephone: 416-423-2484
E-mail: lifemaybegood@gmail.com
Website: www.psyling.com
Hours of Operation: Mon ‒ Fri 8 am ‒ 8 pm

 

Daniel Benor, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: daniel benor

Daniel Benor developed the WHEE self-healing method for emotional and physical pains. He authored many wholistic healing books and articles. He is Editor of the open access, peer reviewed International Journal of Healing and Caring (http://ijhc.com).

Education:

  • Psychology (BA)
  • MD (US)
  • Psychiatry (US)
  • Wholistic Psychotherapist (US)
  • Founding Diplomat, American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM-US)
  • EMDR levels 1 & 2
  • EFT basic course
  • WHEE- Wholistic Hybrid derived from EMDR and EFT (Dr. Benor developed this method)

Publications:

Books

  • Benor, Daniel J. Seven Minutes to Natural Pain Release: Pain is a Choice and Suffering is Optional - WHEE for Tapping Your Pain Away. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications 2009 (2nd Ed.)
  • Benor, Daniel J. WHEE Workbook, Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications, 2006. 
  • Benor, Daniel J. Healing Research: V. I, (Popular edition) 
  • Spiritual Healing: Scientific Validation of a Healing Revolution, Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications 2007  (Orig. 2001) 
  • Benor, Daniel J, Healing Research: V. I, (Professional Supplement) - Spiritual Healing: Scientific Validation of a Healing Revolution, Orig. Southfield, MI: Vision Publications, 2001, now owned by Wholistic Healing Publications, Bellmawr, NJ . 
  • Benor, Daniel J. Healing Research, V. 2: (Professional edition) - Consciousness, Bioenergy and Healing. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications 2004.  
  • Benor, Daniel J. Healing Research, V. 2: (Popular edition) - How Can I Heal What Hurts?  Wholistic Healing and Bioenergies, Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications 2005  
  • Benor, Daniel J. Healing Research, V. 3: Personal Spirituality - Science, Spirit and the Eternal Soul. Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications 2006.
  • Benor, Daniel J. Reaching Higher and Deeper - Workbook for Healing Research, Volume 3: Personal Spirituality: Bellmawr, NJ: Wholistic Healing Publications 2007.

Articles

Contact Information:

Office Location: Guelph, Ontario
Telephone: 519-265-0698 (Canada) 609-714-1885 (United States)
E-mail: DB@paintap.com DB@WholisticHealingResearch.com 
Website: http://paintap.com http://WholisticHealingResearch.com 
Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 9:00am-5:00pm EST, by appointment. Phone and Skype sessions possible

 

Leslie Born, PhD, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: Certification Member picture

Leslie enjoys working in multiple capacities as psychotherapist, facilitator of learning, and initiator of change in clinical practice.  Her therapy experience includes adults and adolescents, aiding them in a broad range of relationship issues including conflict, grief, role and career transition, traumatic stress and social skill building. Leslie has extensive experience in women’s mental health issues, including pregnancy and postpartum emotional challenges. 

In addition to her therapy practice, Leslie has a proven record of custom presentations for a wide variety of health professionals in small- and large-group formats.   She has facilitated communication- and motivational interviewing skills for health care professionals including executives in the health care sector.  Leslie enjoys leading seminars and providing supervision to graduate and postgraduate learners in Mental Health Counselling and Psychiatry.
 

Education: 

  • Master of Science, Mental Health Counselling, Niagara University
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Medical Science, University of Toronto
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University
  • Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, The Albert Ellis Institute
  • Workshops and intensive seminars on mental health topics

Publications:

  • Advisory Group Member:  Creating Circles of Support in Perinatal Mental Health.  Toronto: Best Start / Health Nexus, 2010.
  • Born L, et al.  A new female-specific measure of irritability.  Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience 2008;33(4):344-354.

Contact Information:

Office Location: Stoney Creek, ON
Telephone: 905-541-0611
Email: info@leslieborn.com
Website: www.leslieborn.com
Hours of Operation: day and evening appointments available. Office visit, telephone or Skype sessions.

 

Gregory Boyce, MA, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: gregory boyce

My scope of practice includes individuals challenged with major life changes (such as death and dying, divorce, mid life, early adulthood), anxiety disorders, depression and suicidality, and what's called the personality disorders. I also work with relationship counselling. I've been in practice since 1995; and for ten years prior to that I conducted personal growth workshops.

Education:

  • B.Sc. University of Guelph
  • M.A. University of Waterloo
  • Certified Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Certified Redecision Therapy
  • Advanced Motivational Interviewing
  • Advanced Nurtured Heart Parenting
  • Master Healing Light Body School

Publications:

  • Book - No More Drama: A Practical Guide to Healthy Relationships now available. Go to www.NoMoreDrama.ca 

Contact Information:

Office Location: 77 Periwinkle Way, Guelph, ON
Telephone: 519-837-2460
Email: Gregory@Boyceco.com
Website: www.Boyceco.com www.NoMoreDrama.ca 
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 9am - 8:30pm by appointment

 

Hart Brasche, PhD, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: hart brasche

Hart has spent the past 20 years in the mental health field in private business and contracting for psychologists. 

He is also an academic coach specializing in assisting undergraduate and graduate students dealing with difficult psychological and academic aspects of their degree completion and the writing and defence of their Masters and Doctoral dissertations.

Education:

  • Ph.D. – Educational Psychology and Psychometrics, Ontario Institute for Studies In Education, U of T, Toronto (1991)
  • Masters - Sociology and Statistics, University of Guelph (1985)
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Guelph (1981) 
  • Certified Critical Incident Stress Management Professional (2012)
  • Clinical Traumatologist Certification, Traumatology Institute, Toronto (2009)
  • Compassion Fatigue Specialist, Traumatology Institute (2009)
  • Certified Chronic Pain Management Program Leader - Ontario Arthritis Society (2006)

Publications:

  • Brasche, H.P. (2005).  The Road to Academic Success – Bumpy Ride but no Need for Failure.  An Interview with Dr. Hart Brasche, Academic Coach.  Unpublished Document.
  • Brasche, H.P. (2004). The Coach Route. University Affairs Journal, June/July 2003.
  • Brasche, H.P. (2003). ABD Casualties: Alarming Numbers of Grad Students Stop Short of Thesis and Dissertation.  Psychologica, Vol. 23, Num. 2, Summer 2003
  • Brasche, H.P. (2002). Taking the Graduate School Challenge – Ways to Plan for Academic Success. The Learning Curve, August 27, 2002.

Contact Information:

Office Location: 7626a Yonge Street, Thornhill, ON L4J 1V9
Telephone: 416-806-3917
Email: hart.brasche@sympatico.ca

 

Laura Cesaroni, PhD, RP, (Cert) OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: 

Laura Cesaroni, Ph.D and Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO #002669) has a clinical practice and works with families and children to support optimal development.

Laura works as a clinician at FERN (Family Education Resource Network) a not-for-profit that she started. Families can receive therapy and support with a number of issues. This can include communication problems, school refusal, disrespect, behaviour, defiance and more.  She frequently uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Collaborative Problem Solving with families.  Other professional services at FERN include academic remediation and group programs including social skills and holistic expression like art, yoga, music.

Parent/Family Training: Laura coaches families through the many challenges of parenting, including the use of effective discipline, how to be consistent, how to promote respect within the family, and the importance of prioritizing "family time".  Parents have been supported with everything from everyday challenges to more difficult behavioural and emotional challenges.

Applied Behavioural Analysis, Developmental and Functional Assessments: Laura supervises teams in Intensive Behavioural Intervention and ABA for children and adolescents on the autism spectrum.    Parent Training is a key component in these clinical consultations.

Education:

  • Ph.D in Applied Psychology and Special Education at the University of Toronto. 
  • Internship training at the Hospital for Sick Children within the Developmental Evaluation Unit
  • Internship training at the Clark Institute of Psychiatry, within the Autism Clinic.
  • Facing Your Fears (Holland Bloorview Hospital); evidence based training for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Advanced Training from the Yale Parenting Center and Conduct Clinic in Parent Management Training - The Kazdin Method (approved by the American Psychological Association)
  • Advanced Training in Cognitive Behavioural Training (Hopspital for Sick Children)
  • Facilitator Training: The Kids Have Stress Too (KHST!) Program (The Psychology Foundation of Canada)
  • Workshops, training in Special Education, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Social Thinking Curriculum

Publications:

  • Cesaroni, L. & Garber, M. (1991) Exploring the experiences of autism through firsthand accounts.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, Vol. 21, No. 3.
  • Konstantareas, M., Homatidis, S., & Cesaroni, L. (1995). Brief report: Variables related to parental choice to medicate their autistic children. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 25(4), 443-52.
  • By Marcovitch, Sharon; Cesaroni, Laura; Roberts, Wendy; Swanson, Cathy
  • Academic journal article from Child Welfare, Vol. 74, No. 5

Contact Information:

Laura Cesaroni, Ph.D
10761 Woodbine Avenue, Suite 201, Markham, ON  L6C 1J3
416-418-6617

laura.a.cesaroni@gmail.com
fernyorkregion@gmail.com
www.fernyorkregion.com
Hours of Operation: Day and evening appointments available. Office visit,home visits, telephone consults available.

 

Christina Crowe, RP, (Cert)OACCPP

Summary of experience/professional expertise: 

Christina Crowe has a very small private practice in Caledon (& Bolton), Ontario. She practices person-centred care, and employ a variety of therapeutic techniques, such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) or Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) where evidence suggests it’s best practice, Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) with couples and families, and a blend of narrative and solution focused therapy with individuals. Crowe can help you unpack complicated life circumstances, identify what you are already doing right, and help you find new ways to move forward. She works with adolescents to seniors, individuals, couples (heterosexual/same sex), and families to find new ways of coping, communicating and connecting.

Crowe has clinical experience with a number of different issues including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, romantic relationship challenges, domestic abuse, woman abuse, life transitions, separation and divorce, co-parenting, remarriage, stepfamily development, family of origin conflict, new to Canada challenges, terminal or chronic illness such as cancer, grief and life transitions.

Education:

  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP) from Yorkville University. Honours BSc Double major in Psychology, and Peace & Conflict Studies, from University of Toronto. 
  • Certified Canadian Coach Practitioner, CCF.
  • EFT and Stepfamilies, June 2017.
  • Working with Children – Part 1& 2, CCPA, January 2017.
  • When the Brain feels Broken – Affective Disorders and Treatment, CCPA, January 2017.
  • What Every Counsellor and Psychotherapist in Ontario Needs to Know About Family Law, CCPA, January 2017.
  • Supporting People with ASD (Diagnosed or not) in Psychotherapy, CCPA, January 2017. 
  • Using "Love Sense" and Science to shape Megawatt Couple Interactions w/Dr. Sue Johnson, Leading Edge, April 2016.
  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) - Living Works, September 2012.

Publications:

  • Crowe, C. Screening for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Cancer Patients. The Newsletter of the Rapid Response Radiotherapy Program of the Odette Cancer Centre, Toronto, ON. Volume 17, Issue 4, November 2015. Page 4. 
  • Crowe, C. A Canadian summary: Posttraumatic stress disorder in cancer patients. J Pain Manage 2015;8(3):179-189. 
  • Crowe, C. Burnout and self-care considerations for oncology professionals. J Pain Manage 2015;8(3):191-195. 
  • Crowe, C. (2015). Chapter 10: PTSD in Cancer Patients. In Pulenzas, N., Lechner, B., Thavarajah, N., Chow, E. and Merrick, J. (Eds). (2015) Advanced Cancer: Managing Symptoms and Quality of Life (2nd Edition). Nova Science Publishers. 
  • Crowe C. Burnout in Oncology: Risk, Coping and Prevention. The Newsletter of the Rapid Response Radiotherapy Program of the Odette Cancer Centre, Toronto, ON. Volume 18, Issue 4, November 2016. Page 1.

Contact Information:

Office Location: 1. Goodfellow Medical Building, 208-170 McEwan Dr, Bolton ON and 2. St James Anglican Church, 6025 Old Church Rd, Caledon East 
Telephone: (905) 584-8963
Email: christina@christinacrowe.ca 
Website: www.christinacrowe.ca
Hours of Operation: Monday’s only.

 

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