LRPA Executive

  • Dr. Zayed has been involved with the LRPA Executive since 2014. He had served as Treasurer and Vice President prior to becoming President. Dr. Zayed works in the public and private sectors, and across the lifespan, with Children, Adolescents, Adults, Couples, and Families.


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  • This position is currently vacant.


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  • Monica Tomlinson completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English at McGill University in 2011. In 2012, Monica was employed as a researcher at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal, QC where she researched and implemented prevention programs for suicide among Inuit populations in Nunavut. Her experiences working with individuals suffering from mental disorders in Canada’s arctic led her to pursue graduate training in clinical psychology.

    Monica completed her Master’s of Science in clinical psychology at The University of Western Ontario (UWO) in 2015 with Dr. Peter Hoaken and is currently completing her PhD in clinical psychology at UWO with Dr. David Dozois. Her research focuses on substance use, depression, and rehabilitation programs in forensic psychiatry. Her clinical work currently focuses on rehabilitation in forensic psychiatric services at the Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care and children’s psycho-educational assessments in private practice.

     


  • This position is currently vacant. In the past, the position has been filled by a graduate student from Western University, but other members of LRPA are encouraged to apply should they be interested.


  • Dr. Ross has been involved with the LRPA Executive since 2013. Originally the Nominating representative, Dr. Ross has served as LRPA webmaster since the Fall of 2014. He works both in the public sector and in private practice, and is registered to work with Children, Adolescents and Families.


  • Bryan has been a LRPA member since beginning graduate school and has served on the executive since 2016. As a clinical psychology student in his PhD, Bryan's research and clinical interests consider the ways in which uncertainty impact stress and coping. 


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