Bulletin: We are all trying to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Canadian Psychological Association has created several fact sheets in their "Psychology Works" series related to COVID-19:

Coping with and Preventing COVID-19

Psychological Impacts of the Coronavirus

Working from Home During COVID, With and Without Children

Updates from Dr. Stevens can be found on the "News" and "Blog" pages and by searching for "covid" in the search window.

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Dr. Stevens has been registered as a Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario since 1993. He received his Ph.D. in Clinical-Counselling Psychology from York University in 1992. In addition, he holds Bachelor's degrees in English, Education, and Psychology as well as Master's degrees in Educational Psychology and Clinical-Counselling Psychology. He has been working in the field of counselling and psychotherapy for over 30 years. Current areas of practice include individual psychotherapy, marital counselling, group therapy, personality and diagnostic assessment, neuropsychological assessment, program evaluation, and teaching. One area of interest is working with clients who want to make use of their Christian faith in the recovery process.

Psychologists are registered or licensed by the province in which they practice. The Canadian Register of Health Service Psychologists (CRHSP) does not license Psychologists but does keep a list of individuals across Canada who practice health-related psychology and who have voluntarily submitted their credentials for verification and listing. Dr. Stevens can be found on this register.

In addition to running a private practice, Dr. Stevens worked for 34 years in the public hospital sector in Ontario. This included serving as corporate Professional Leader for Psychology at William Osler Health System, which has hospitals in Brampton and Etobicoke. In addition to leadership and planning, his duties at Osler included clinical work in outpatient Mental Health, conducting program evaluation, and providing oversight for evidence based practice in the Mental Health Program. A life-long learner and recognized educator, he has taught doctoral Psychology students from eight different university programs.


Dr. Naomi Carpenter is registered as a Clinical Psychologist with The College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) to provide psychotherapy and assessment services to adults and couples. Dr. Carpenter received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology under the direction of Dr. Lynne Angus at York University in Toronto, Ontario. She completed her undergraduate degree and Master's degree at York University, receiving her B.Sc. in Specialized Honours Psychology and M.A. in Clinical Psychology. She completed a practicum placement in the Adult Day Treatment Program in the Adult Mental Health Outpatient Unit at Brampton Civic Hospital under the supervision of Dr. Stevens, and in the Mood Disorders Program at St. Joseph's, Healthcare Hamilton under the primary supervision of Dr. Ian Smith. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Toronto Area Internship Consortium, specifically at St. Michael's Hospital Sumac Creek Family Health Team and at the York University Psychology Clinic. Her areas of clinical interest include individual therapy for depression, anxiety, and complex trauma, marital therapy, and the integration of the Christian faith to her treatment approach for clients who request this.