Nexus Psychology is a family-centered practice specializing in assessment, diagnostics, and treatment for children of all ages. Our psychologists have extensive experience in working with a range of populations including children, adolescents, adults, and families.
At Nexus Psychology, we strive to create a safe, warm, and inviting environment. As a caregiver, your comfort and perspective is also vital to the assessment process and valued by our psychologists.
How We Can Help
Nexus Psychology offers Assessment, Treatment, and Consultation services for Children, Youth, Adults, and their Families.
- Assessment Services:
- Psychoeducational Assessments
- Early Learning Assessments
- Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessments (All Ages)
- Treatment Services:
- Positive Behavioural Support (PBS)
- Depression and Anxiety
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Meet the team
Dorrie KoscielnukM.Ed. Registered Psychologist
Like a fingerprint, every child is unique in the way they think, learn and behave. I have worked with children and adolescents for many years, and was always intrigued by those who ‘marched to their own beat.’ I want to march to their beat too. I want to hear them. Understand them. Understanding is what pushes me as a psychologist.
Lisa NobleM.Ed. Registered Psychologist
From a very young age I would tell my mom that I wanted to be a psychologist when I grew up. I always liked the idea of helping people feel better, and this career helps me do that every day.
Shawn ReynoldsPh. D. Registered Psychologist
I have been a psychologist for over 15 years. I use practical, real-life, evidence-based strategies to help children and adults understand challenges and address them effectively. I have been blessed with the chance to help people grow and change, to break old habits, and to understand ways to help their children. I love my job!
Beena ThomasPH.D. Registered Psychologist
My path in life wasn’t always clear to me. During my childhood, I tended to fleet from one fanciful career idea to the next. Perhaps I would be a world-renowned journalist or maybe a five-star chef. At one point I was convinced I would live on a compound and make organic soaps. While none of those plans came to fruition, sitting in my first undergraduate psychology class, something “clicked”. I was hooked and spent the next several years pursuing all things psychology.