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A neuropsychologist is a psychologist who specializes in studying brain-behaviour relationships. Neuropsychologists have training in the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the nervous system and specialize in evaluating (and treating) people. They focus on cognition (the ability to think, remember, learn, etc.) in relation to the effects of brain injury, organic brain disease, or any condition that impacts on cognitive functions.
While our clinic is called “Practice in Neuropsychology”, we provide a full range of services in adult clinical psychology, from 16 and older. While assessing and treating adolescents and children is not currently a service we offer, we anticipate that this will be part of the services we offer as early as 2023.
“Assessments are not just tests. We strive to clarify the issue, what may be contributing, interpret carefully, and provide clear recommendations for what to do next.”
Dr. Duncan Day
I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and am registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. My area of practice is Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology. I am a member of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA), the Psychological Society of the Yukon (PSY), the International Neuropsychological Society (INS), the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), the International Brain Injury Association (IBIA) and serve on the executive committee of the Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment (CAPDA) since 2011. I have served on the executive committee of the Brain Injury Association of Quinte District (BIAQD) since 2017.
I have served on the Fitness to Practice Committee of the College of Psychologists of Ontario since 2015. I obtained my certification for Catastrophic Assessment (C-CAT (MB)) from the Canadian Society of Medical Examiners (CSME) and CAPDA in May 2017 and qualified for the Certification in Medical Legal Expertise (CMLE(ON)) in 2022.
I completed my M.Sc at Purdue University, and my Ph.D., at Concordia University. I have held a position at Queen’s University as Coordinator of the Trauma Studies Program in the Department of Psychiatry, and as Geriatric Neuropsychologist in the Geriatric Psychiatry Program at Providence Continuing Care Centre, Mental Health Services (formerly Kingston Psychiatric Hospital).
I hold academic posts as adjunct Assistant Professor in both Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. I have a private practice for the neuropsychological and psychological assessment and treatment of adults with clinics in Kingston and Trenton, Ontario.
Dr. Reagan Gale has practiced clinical neuropsychology independently since 2012. She is the Past-President (2020-2021) and President Elect (2023-2024) of the College of Alberta Psychologists, the founding (past) president and current Vice President of the Psychological Society of the Yukon (PSY), and a member of the Canadian Psychological Association.
She is a full member of the Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment (CAPDA). She is registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists, the College of Psychologists of Ontario, the Department of Health and Social Services of the Northwest Territories, and the Department of Health and Social Services of Nunavut.
Her areas of practice are Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. Reagan was a member of the Yukon Capability and Consent Board from 2017-2021 and was appointed Public Guardian and Trustee for Yukon in 2021. She graduated with her Ph.D. from the University of Windsor in 2012.
She has post-graduate training in Incapability Assessment from the Institute of Aging at Wayne State University (2019) and in Catastrophic Assessment from the Canadian Society of Medical Evaluators (2021).
Reagan offers neuropsychological, psychoeducational, psychological, psychovocational assessments, and capacity assessments in Alberta, Yukon, the NWT, NU, and Ontario. Reagan is the proud mum of two active little boys and enjoys running, singing, and picking up Lego.
Based out of our Kingston clinic, she is also pleased to travel to work with clients in northern, rural, and remote communities.
Saoirse is a registered psychotherapist (qualifying) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO) with two years of mental health clinical training and experience. She currently offers psychotherapy for a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and stress. Although her background is in cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), she approaches psychotherapeutic treatment from an eclectic standpoint, meaning that the treatment structure will be tailored to your specific goals. Strategies from CBT, psychodynamic therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, and emotion-focused therapy may be used where needed.
Her aim in psychotherapy is to provide a safe, open-minded, and non-judgmental space for you to achieve your own goals in positive change. Ultimately, she believes that treatment should not only alleviate present symptoms, but also help you lead a healthier life going forward.
She also offers psychometric testing for neuropsychological assessments. She has four years of experience administering standardized psychological test batteries and evaluating cognitive, academic, and behavioural status.
If you have any questions or would like to set up a consultation meeting, please contact her through the clinic.
Darina graduated with an Honours Master’s degree in Psychology from Donbas State Pedagogical University in Ukraine. For a period of two years, covering the final years of her undergraduate studies and master’s, Darina worked in the laboratory of Professor Anait Meloyan, becoming proficient in administering a variety of psychometric tests. Darina is a dedicated, hard-working professional with a career that spans over three continents. In her free time Darina enjoys travelling (she visited 78 countries so far) and she does modelling as a hobby.
Brie is currently a Master’s student at Queen’s University where she is researching the mental health of neurodivergent youth. Brie has always had a passion for psychology, through her undergraduate program at Dalhousie University to her current studies at Queen’s. She has worked in many different psychology labs and has experience as an intervention therapist for autistic youth. Brie enjoys exercising, baking, and playing with her pets in her spare time!
Liz has taken up psychometry as her third career. She has a B.Sc. from St Mary’s University in Halifax and a B.Ed. from Queen’s University. When she is not focused on the testing and administrative demands of Dr. Day’s practice she is focused on her family, and on managing her farm with horses, dogs, cats and chickens.