Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley and ASsociateS
fostering health for individuals and organizations
We provide virtual group-based therapy on health related topics for the public and for healthcare providers
We provide evidence-based workplace interventions for leadership, burnout, conflict resolution, diversity, and workplace restoration.
Matt Benvie sits down with Dr. Lee-Baggley to talk about about Burnout Prevention, the myth about building health habits and your frontal lob battery. This is a must listen.
Dr. Lee-Baggley speaks to GlobalNews about burnout and fatigue in the presence of omicron and Covid related stresses.
About Dr. Lee-Baggley
Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley is a Registered Clinical Psychologist in Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Ontario and Alberta with reciprocal agreements for clients in Atlantic Canada and Quebec. For close to 15 years she worked as a Clinical Health Psychologist for medical, surgery, and cancer care units at the hospital. She has taken all this experience to open Dr. Lee-Baggley and Associates, a virtual health psychology clinic offering clinical interventions, training for healthcare providers, and educational courses on health related topics. She holds an Assistant Professor appointment in the Department of Family Medicine and cross-appointments in the Department of Surgery and the Department of Psychology and a cross-appointment in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Dalhousie University and an Adjunct Professor appointment in the Department of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Saint Mary’s University. She is an internationally recognized trainer in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley also provides workplace interventions and has extensive applied experience and research knowledge on behaviour change, team functioning, conflict resolution, workplace restoration, diversity, equity, inclusion, trauma informed workplaces, restorative justice, and organizational change. She is a senior consultant providing healthy workplace interventions for employees, teams, and leaders with Howatt HR Consulting and the Chief of Research for the Howatt HR Applied Workplace Research Institute. She has the lived experience of being a bi-racial daughter of an Asian immigrant. She strives to make training meaningful and safe using evidence-based methods and processes.