Kathleen O’Sullivan

Kathleen O’Sullivan, Registered Psychologist, 780 439-5683, ext. 207

Kathleen O’Sullivan, M.Sc., is a Registered Psychologist with over twenty-five years experience in the field. She is in private practice where she provides counseling services. Kathleen started her career as a psychologist doing diagnosis and assessment of learning, emotional and behavioral problems in children, as well as setting up remedial and parent programs in schools. She then moved into private practice where she focused on specializing in dealing with sexual abuse victims, both children and adults. Kathleen has also presented workshops on Parent/Teen Conflict and Treatment of Adult Trauma Survivors. Currently, she provides counseling services, working with children, adolescents and adults. Her therapeutic approaches include the following: play therapy, solution-focused therapy, Eriksonian hypnotherapy, family systems therapy, marital therapy, Conflict Resolution therapy and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive therapy. She has also provided supervision of Provisionally Registered Psychologists since the early nineties.

Qualifications

      • Registered psychologist, #591
      • M.Sc. in Educational Psychology, University of Calgary, Alberta, 1975
      • Certified Teacher
      • Former Junior and Senior High School Teacher
      • Thirty years experience as a psychologist
      • Specialist with sexual abuse victims (both child victims and adult trauma survivors), as well as trauma, depression, and anxiety
      • Supervisor for Provisionally Registered Psychologists

Counselling Services

    • Individual, dyadic and family
    • Hypnotherapy, solution-focused, conflict resolution and mindfulness-based cognitive therapies