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Iris Jackson
Dr. Iris Jackson, C.Psych

Dr. Iris Jackson is the founding psychologist of Gilmour Psychological Services® in 1983. She works with adults in individual or couples’ therapy. Although she treats a wide spectrum of issues and disorders, she has special proficiency in the treatment of substance abuse problems, identity problems, adult survivors of childhood trauma, anger management, mood and depression, anxiety and self-esteem disorders and relationship conflicts. Dr. Jackson is acknowledged as an expert on professional issues, mental health assessment and the ethical practice of psychology. She also conducts psychodiagnostic (testing) assessments. Dr. Jackson remains as committed and enthusiastic as ever in providing the highest level of service in evidence-based counselling, psychotherapy and independent psychological evaluations.

To reach Dr. Iris Jackson directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0024 at #201, 430 Gilmour St, K2P 0R8 (NEW ADDRESS)

Dr. Jackson has revised and updated her book on the business of private practice, useful for psychologists and other mental health practitioners.

The Joys of Private Practice, 4th edition

Dr. Karen Davies, C.Psych

Dr. Karen Davies provides psychological services to adults, adolescents and children. She treats people individually, in couples, or in families for a wide range of presenting problems, including: anxiety disorders, dealing with depression, anger management, substance abuse, identity and self-esteem issues, difficulties with communication, intimacy issues and relationship conflict resolution.

To reach Dr. Karen Davies directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0026 at 437 Gilmour Street 2nd floor

Doreen Gough
Dr. Doreen Gough, C.Psych

Dr. Doreen Gough conducts psychotherapy with individuals. She works with a diversity of adult problems working with them individually. These include, but are not limited to: depression, anxiety disorders, suicidal feelings, avoidance and fears of intimacy, personality disorders, post traumatic stress, sexual dysfunction, substance abuse problems, dealing with grief, accepting infertility, crisis counselling, work burn-out, emotional reactions to medical problems and survival of sexual abuse, accidents, criminal attack or war. Attachment and adjustment issues are of particular interest to Dr. Gough. Read more about stress therapy by reading Dr. Gough’s bio.

To reach Dr. Doreen Gough directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0023 at 437 Gilmour Street 3rd floor

Anne Boland
Dr. Anne Boland, C.Psych

Dr. Anne Boland provides therapy to Anglophone and francophone adults and couples. She works from a holistic healing and integrative perspective in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, childhood trauma, post traumatic stress disorder, personality disorders (including Borderline), interpersonal difficulties, religious or spiritual issues, dissociative disorders and the psychological impact of serious illness on patients and their families. She offers EMDR, Focusing, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Schema-Focused Therapy, and Compassion-Focused Therapy.

To reach Dr. Anne Boland directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0030 at 437 GilmourStreet 2nd floor

Dr. Karen Coupland, C.Psych

Dr. Karen Coupland works with a wide range of psychological problems, providing assistance to adults, adolescents, couples and families who are navigating the natural difficulties during life transitions such as (re)marriage, divorce, retirement, loss, birth of a child, leaving home, school or job changes and developmental stages. She believes that getting to know yourself, your needs, and your aspirations is an important investment in your future.

To reach Dr. Karen Coupland directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0031 at 437 Gilmour Street 2nd floor

Dr. Alex Weinberger
Dr. Alex Weinberger, C.Psych

Dr. Alex Weinberger provides assessment and therapy services to a variety of age groups. Dr. Weinberger’s areas of special interest are child custody and access assessments, parenting capacity assessments, learning problems, parenting issues and relationship difficulties, vocational rehabilitation and career choice assessments .

To reach Dr. Alex Weinberger directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0036 at 437 Gilmour Street 2nd floor

Qadeer Ahmad
Dr. Qadeer Ahmad, C.Psych

Dr. Qadeer Ahmad provides general psychological services to adults, couples and their respective families. He also consults in the areas of Health Psychology, in particular, headache, diabetes, epilepsy, and disorders of a psychophysiological nature, and Sport Psychology. He employs strategic, brief and hypnotherapeutic approaches. He offers day and evening appointments.

To reach Dr. Qadeer Ahmad directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0029 at 437 Gilmour Street 2nd floor

Peter Judge
Dr. Peter Judge, C.Psych

Dr. Peter Judge provides Independent Neuropsychological and Psychological Evaluations for the purpose of disability evaluation. Services are extended to clients from the rehabilitation community including Insurance Adjusters, Rehabilitation Consultants, Legal, as well as private individuals.

To reach Dr. Peter Judge directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0032 at 437 Gilmour Street 2nd floor

Paul Basevitz
Dr. Paul Basevitz, C.Psych

Dr. Paul Basevitz provides psychological services to adults experiencing difficulties such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, interpersonal problems, anger and life transitions. He maintains a particular interest in working with individuals suffering from anxiety conditions including: panic attacks, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, and chronic worrying.

To reach Dr. Paul Basevitz directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext 0033 at 430 Gilmour Street, Suite 102

Deanna Drahovzal
Dr. Deanna Drahovzal, C.Psych

Dr. Deanna Drahovzal provides psychotherapy and assessment services to individual children, adolescents, and adults; couples; and their families. In her practice, she assists those with a wide variety of challenges, including: anxiety, depression, anger, low self-esteem, health problems, learning difficulties, adjustment to major life changes as well as interpersonal issues, such as communication, conflict resolution, parenting and intimacy.

To reach Dr. Deanna Drahovzal directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext 0046 at 430 Gilmour Street, Suite 301

Sarah Pantin
Dr. Sarah Pantin, C.Psych

Dr. Sarah Pantin provides psychotherapy to adult and young adult clients experiencing a wide range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, relationship issues, adjustment to life changes, grief, separation, stress and work-place issues. Her approach, tailored to her clients’ needs, integrates interpersonal and cognitive perspectives to assist them in developing strategies and skills to make positive changes in their lives.

To reach Dr. Sarah Pantin directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0150 at 430 Gilmour Street, Suite 301

Marc Zahradnik
Dr. Marc Zahradnik, C.Psych

Dr. Marc Zahradnik provides psychodiagnostic assessment and psychotherapy services to both adolescents and adults. He works with clients who are struggling with the following: trauma, depression, anxiety, interpersonal problems, major life changes, gambling, sleep problems, assertiveness, and anger. Dr. Zahradnik’s training has covered both the assessment and treatment of the full range of anxiety and mood disorders.

He also has specialized experience in working with members of both the Canadian Forces and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (active or retired) who are coping with operational stress injuries related to their service. This experience includes training in two treatment approaches specific to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), namely Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).

To reach Dr. Marc Zahradnik directly, please phone 613-298-9440 or 613-230-4709 ext. 0042 at 437 Gilmour Street, 3rd floor

Caroline Ostiguy
Dr. Caroline Ostiguy, C.Psych

Dr. Caroline Ostiguy provides therapy to adults and couples in both English and French. She works with individuals experiencing a wide range of challenges, with particular experience treating mood and anxiety disorders. She also frequently works with individuals and couples in addressing communication, intimacy, and sexuality problems in their relationships.

To reach Dr. Caroline Ostiguy directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0040 at 430 Gilmour Street, Suite 104.

Jessica Henry
Dr. Jessica Henry, C.Psych

Dr. Jessica Henry provides individual psychotherapy to adults in both English and French. She works with individuals who experience a wide range of challenges including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger, interpersonal difficulties and adjustment to life changes.

To reach Dr. Jessica Henry directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0155 at 430 Gilmour Street, Ste. 303

Delyana Miller
Dr. Delyana Miller, C. Psych.

Dr. Delyana Miller provides psychotherapy and neuropsychological and psychological assessment services to adults and seniors with a variety of psychological difficulties such as depression, anxiety disorders, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, self-esteem issues, learning and memory problems, adjusting to life changes. She is also expanding her practice to helping clients who struggle with addictions. Dr. Miller also provides neuropsychological assessment services to adults with ADHD, learning and memory problems, traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, brain tumours, encephalitis and other acute and chronic neurological conditions.

To reach Dr. Delyana Miller directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0043, 430 Gilmour St, Suite 304
(please note Dr. Miller’s new office location)

Dr. Angelina Chupetlovska, C.Psych

Dr. Angelina Chupetlovska works with children, adolescents, adults and families. She also conducts child custody and access assessments. She provides counselling, short- and long-term psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis. She works with clients with a wide range of presenting problems such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, shame, loneliness, relationship difficulties, separation, career dissatisfaction, self-esteem issues, impaired creativity, substance abuse problems, and issues pertinent to LGBT individuals. She also aids with parenting issues and dealing with effects of parental conflict and divorce on children.

Additionally, Dr. Chupetlovska provides reunification counselling to parents and children in high conflict family situations.

Dr. Chupetlovska sees children of all ages as well as adults.

To reach Dr. Chupetlovska directly, please phone 613-302-8613.
New Office: 436 Gilmour St, Suite 201, Second floor

Dr. Lyndsay Evraire, C.Psych.

Dr. Lyndsay Evraire provides individual psychological services to children, adolescents, parents, and young adults. She also provides psycho-educational assessments to children and adolescents. In her practice, she works with individuals experiencing a wide range of challenges with particular experience treating anxiety, depression or low mood, stress management, adjustment to major life changes, and interpersonal problems, often with a focus on the importance of attachment.

Dr. Evraire takes a warm, empathic, and non-judgemental stance in therapy and works together with her clients to ensure that their treatment goals are met. She also strives to provide optimal care to her clients by applying evidence-based practices.

To reach Dr. Lyndsay Evraire directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 47 at 436 Gilmour Street, Suite 203.

Dr. Douglas Scoular, C.Psych.

Dr. Scoular has been a Psychologist since 2006. He has expertise in treating adults, adolescents, children, parents, military, veterans and families. Dr. Scoular believes in collaboratively forming therapeutic goals utilizing the latest psychological research. He helps his clients to realize their goals through the use of Cognitive Behavioural or Interpersonal therapies, as well as employing other well-researched therapeutic modalities. Dr. Scoular closely monitors client progress using psychological questionnaires and client feedback. His interpersonal approach is highly engaging and interactive, providing a calm, positive, and professional therapeutic presence.

Dr. Douglas Scoular can be reached via Gilmour Psychological Services® at 613-230-4709 ext 0048 or directly at 613-286-1579. Please be prepared to leave a detailed message. His office is located at 440 Laurier Avenue West, Suite 200.

Dr. Scoular’s office location offers full mobility access for the benefit for those who have reduced mobility needs. His office location includes ramps, elevators, and accessible washrooms.

Dr. Alina Carter, C.Psych

Dr. Alina Carter provides psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, and families. In addition to providing psychological consultations and intervention, she also completes psychological assessments primarily with children to young adults, such as psychoeducational assessments and mental health diagnostic assessments. She has worked with clients who have struggled with a variety of concerns. For example, this has included various mental health diagnoses, such as anxiety and depression, intellectual, developmental or learning disabilities, autism spectrum, as well as behavioral concerns, emotion regulation, chronic pain and health issues, sleep disorders, and relationship difficulties. Her approach is supportive, collaborative, integrative, and evidence-based.
To reach Dr. Alina Carter directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0153 at
237 Argyle Ave, Suite 200.

Dr. Simone Kortstee

Dr. Simone Kortstee provides neuropsychological, psycho-educational, and psychological assessments to children and adolescents, who present with learning, social, emotional, or behavioural difficulties. She has extensive experience in working with young clients with a variety of medical conditions that affect brain development or functioning, such as concussions, brain injuries, seizures, and genetic disorders. She also works with children and youth who do not have a medical condition. In addition, Dr. Kortstee provides psychological treatment to children and adolescents who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety, depression, and emotional or behavioural regulation.

To reach Dr. Kortstee directly, please phone 613 296 6370. Her office is located at 237 Argyle Avenue, Suite 200.

Dr. Elisabeth Melsom, C.Psych

Dr. Elisabeth Melsom provides psychological assessment services to children (age 6+ years), adolescents, and adults, including military and veterans. Assessment services include psychoeducational assessments to clarify learning/school-related issues (e.g., learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, giftedness, and/or ADHD); psychodiagnostic assessments for diagnostic clarification (e.g., mood and anxiety disorders, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, etc.); and psychovocational assessments to assist with career planning.

To reach Dr. Elisabeth Melsom directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0157 at 437 Gilmour Street 2nd floor

Dr. Emma Dargie, C.Psych

Dr. Emma Dargie provides services to Anglophone adults, such as individual therapy, couple therapy, mental health assessments, and assessments of gender dysphoria. She works with clients who have a range of concerns, including anxiety and depression, emotion regulation, chronic pain and health issues, sexual health/dysfunction, relationship issues, and LGBTQ+ issues. She takes a collaborative, supportive, evidence-based approach that integrates theory and techniques from a range of therapeutic modalities.

To reach Dr. Emma Dargie directly, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0075 at 430 Gilmour St, Suite 101

Dr. Patrick McGrath, C.Psych

Dr. Patrick McGrath provides psychological services for adults, youth and children focusing on all forms of anxiety including panic, OCD, generalized and social anxiety, depression and PTSD. Parenting in all of its aspects is a special interest. He has extensive experience in health problems such as irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

To reach Dr. Patrick McGrath, please phone 613-230-4709 ext. 0066 at 437 Gilmour St., 3rd Floor

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