Dr. Conrad Bowden
Conrad Dr. Bowden is a registered psychologist with many years experience working with children and families. He has a special interest in learning disabilities and behavioural problems common in school age children. He utilizes psychological testing in the diagnosis and remediation of academic achievement and social adjustment challenges. As the parent of a child with a learning disability, he appreciates the importance of clearly understanding the learning strengths and weaknesses of children with different learning styles.
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Sara Woodwark, MA
Sara Sara has been working as a registered clinical counselor in private practice for the past 12 years. She has extensive experience working with traumatized adults and children. She trained as a visual artist prior to completing her Masters of Arts degree in counseling psychology at UBC and will use art as a medium if people wish. She has completed Levels one and two of the EMDR training and particularly enjoys the strength based features of this approach. She enjoys working with children and parents. She provides behavior management as well as neurobiofeedback to individuals of all ages. Having a learning disabled son she particularly likes working with similarly challenged children and their families.
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Dr. Gail Krivel-Zacks
Gail The University of British Columbia awarded Dr. Krivel-Zacks her doctorate in Educational Psychology and Special Education. She has taught in elementary schools and at UBC. As a district consultant, Dr. Krivel-Zacks has worked with students who have behavioural or special needs. Dr. Krivel-Zacks has focused her university teaching in the areas of learning difficulties and social development. She has presented workshops on behavioural assessment, prosocial development, and literacy at national and international conferences.
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