Clinical Interventions

We offer group-based clinical interventions by registered psychologits on a variety of health topics.

Dr. Dayna Lee-Baggley, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist (#R0598) obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of British Columbia. She is registered to provide therapy to adults in Nova Scotia as well as the other Atlantic provinces (Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick) through reciprocal agreements between provinces. We are working to get licensed in BC, Alberta and Ontario. 

Why groups? One of our values as a clinic is to increase access to scientifically based knowledge. Given the shortage of psychologists, virtual groups offer a way to increase access to more people. This has become especially important given the impact of COVID-19 on mental health. There is also good evidence of the benefits of group treatment and that connecting with others dealing with similar issues provides additional benefits. Our hope is to provide connection and community in addition to evidence based care. Each facilitator is a registered psychologist and works to ensure confidentiality and manage group dynamics in the group. 

 

Group interventions

Healthy Habits Suck: Science based skills for starting and sticking with healthy habits (8 weeks)

Being healthy is hard! Using the latest scientifically based knowledge, this course will provide applicable, real-life skills to start and stick with healthy habits. The course focuses less on “what” to do and more on “how” to do it. Participants will learn to recognize and manage what gets in the way of sticking to healthy habits including being more mindful about choices, developing self-compassion, and how to live a life that reflects what truly matters. Participants will learn new ways to live a healthier life, even if you don’t really want to.

Chronic Pain

Coming soon.  

Sleep

Coming soon.  

Binge Eating

Coming soon.