Dr. Kathryn Douglas, C. Psych.
Email: [email protected] Fax 226-917-3770 Mail: P.O. 21031-35 Harvard Road, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 3A2
Welcome to my practice in Adult Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy for ages 18 and up. Services are offered virtually by telephone or on-line only at this time and are covered by most insurance plans, third party long-term disability, Veterans Affairs (Blue Cross).
I offer evidence-based Cognitive Behaviour Therapy as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Mindfulness-based Therapy, Schema Therapy, Vocational, Work and Career-Focused Therapy for a wide range of concerns.
Formerly a member of the Guelph Psychology Centre, Norfolk Psychological Services, The University of Guelph Counselling Services and graduate teaching staff in the Counselling Psychology Program of the University of Toronto (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education). Educated at the University of Waterloo (Honours Bachelor of Arts), University of British Columbia ( Masters Degree in Clinical-Community Psychology) and University of Toronto (Doctorate in Counselling Psychology)
I have been registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario since 2001 certificate #3671
Recognized as one of Guelph’s Top Three Rated Psychologists
approach therapy as a collaboration with my clients to help navigate
difficult life situations as well as problematic personal
difficulties to arrive at meaningful solutions. I look forward to
working with you to achieve your goals. I will respond to your message in 2-3 business days.
DR. JIM PERRETTA, C.PSYCH.
Email [email protected] Office: 21 Yarmouth Street, Guelph, Ontario, N1H 4G2
Please feel free to email me at [email protected]. I will return your call within 2-3 business days. Therapy can be arranged online or in-person, based on your preference.
I am registered as a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist for adults and seniors. I completed my PhD at Queen's University in 2004. I have worked in Kingston, Toronto, Halifax, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph. My clinical interests include anxiety and depressive disorders, geriatrics, dementia, caregivers, chronic pain, insomnia, stroke, and university student mental health.
I enjoy having a wide scope of practice, ranging from clinical assessment to individual therapy to teaching. I use a collaborative, goal-oriented approach with my clients, which integrates cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) with person-centered, interpersonal therapy, mindfulness, and motivational interviewing. For over 12 years, I have taught at the University of Waterloo. My courses include Theories of Individual Counseling and Resilience and Social Support.