MEET THE TEAM
Mickey Stein, Ph.D.
Registered Psychologist, #2314
As a registered clinical psychologist in B.C., I enjoy providing an array of services, examining life questions. I earned my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Palo Alto. My dissertation was an exploration of psychotherapy treatment outcomes in a training clinic. I also interned at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute. These highly-ranked training programs, accredited by the American Psychological Association, allow me to be of effective use to my clientele. Moreover, I also completed a postdoctoral fellowship through Back in Motion in Vancouver, B.C.
Niamh Walsh, M.Ps.S.I.
I am an associate psychologist working with us here at MyPsychology BC. I recently immigrated from Ireland to work and further develop my psychological career. I am passionate about my work and has attained various knowledge of educational and developmental psychology while completing her BA Honours degree in Psychology at the National University of Ireland Maynooth. I furthered my psychological career by completing my Masters in Psychological Science at the University College of Dublin. Having worked first hand for over seven years with Autism and Intellectual Disability, I am thrilled to explore my passion.
Linda Sawyer, M.A.
I obtained a BA from the University of Manitoba, double majoring in Psychology and Sociology and went on to obtain my Masters degree in Developmental Psychology and partial requirements towards my PhD, prior to having my family. I am a former Psychological Associate in the Psychological Association of Manitoba (PAM), and present member of the Canadian Psychological Association(CPA).
Associate Psychologist and Doctor Student
Assessments and Therapy
I am a current PsyD student at Adler University studying clinical psychology. I previously obtained my bachelor’s degree in psychology with specialization in developmental cognitive neuroscience at the University of Western Ontario.
I am a clinical psychology doctoral graduate student at Adler University in Vancouver, BC. I have a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and semiotics from the University of Toronto and a master’s degree in psychology from the University of East London. My master’s thesis focused on the emerging relationship between diet and mental health.