Michelle attended the Université de Moncton from 1995 to 2002. She has specialized in the areas of clinical and forensic psychology for the past 15 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 and trauma, ADHD, autism, substance abuse, personality disorders, sexual offending, and antisocial and violent behaviours. She is an expert in assessing forensic risk and has conducted more than 300 psychological assessments for the Parole Board of Canada and the Moncton Youth Court. She has also been declared an Expert Witness in the court of law.
Michelle was raised in Moncton and is a mother to three young children and two adolescent step-children. She understands the challenges of raising a family and the stresses associated with competing life demands. She also understands the struggles that people commonly experience in finding personal balance between emotional, mental and physical needs. 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 is a father and step-father of five active kids. He has been a clinical and forensic psychologist for more than 15 years. His areas of specialization include: assessment and treatment of addictions, depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD and autism. He is also an internationally certified trainer for sex offender risk assessment. He has provided Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) interventions to first responders since 2002. He dedicates his life to helping people empower themselves, achieve wellness and find authentic 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. He has also been declared an Expert Witness in psychology in the court of law.