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Michelle Manuel


Michelle has specialized in the areas of clinical and forensic psychology for more than 20 years. She has extensive training and experience in assessment and psychotherapy with adults in individual and group settings. Her areas of expertise include: depression, anxiety, abuse/trauma, ADHD, autism, cognitive impairments, substance abuse, personality disorders, sexual offending, and antisocial/violent behaviours. She is an expert in assessing forensic risk and has conducted more than 400 psychological assessments for various departments and agencies, including the Correctional Service of Canada, the Parole Board of Canada, the Moncton Youth Court, Veterans Affairs Canada, WorkSafe NB and various insurance companies. In 2017, she received a court designation as an expert witness in the field of general psychology.


Michelle is from Moncton and is a mother of three children. She understands the challenges of raising a family and the stresses associated with competing life demands. She is dedicated to helping people identify their unique personal challenges and strives to empower them in developing helpful self-management skills. She values a therapeutic approach that is warm and compassionate, and uses evidence-based strategies to assist people in finding solutions to achieve fulfilling, meaningful and healthier lives.

Graeme Jan Dyck


Graeme was raised on a farm in Southern Manitoba. He attended the University of Victoria and University of Manitoba before relocating to the Maritimes in 1996. He has been a clinical and forensic psychologist for more than 20 years. His areas of specialization include: assessment and treatment of addictions, depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, personality disorders and autism. He has been declared an expert witness in the field of forensic psychology and risk assessment in the areas of violence, family violence, sexual offending and sexual recidivism. He provides assessment, consultation and psychotherapy services to WorkSafeNB, Veteran's Affairs Canada and the RCMP. He dedicates his life to empowering people to achieve health, wellness and personal balance. He believes that a strong work ethic, a good sense of humour, and a focus on holistic balance are the key ingredients to professional and personal success. 

Graeme Dyck

Graeme's areas of expertise also include: psychological risk assessment; psycho-diagnostic evaluation; intellectual and neuropsychological evaluation; clinical management and supervision; and sexual/violent offender assessment and treatment. He has provided more than 500 group therapy sessions in the areas of relationship violence and sexual offending, and has also developed assessment and training protocols for a variety of programs. He has been an internationally accredited trainer for sex offender risk assessment. Mr. Dyck has previously held the roles of regional trainer for sex offender assessment and clinical director of sex offender programs. He is presently a psychology consultant to WorkSafeNB.

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