Nexus Psychology

Nexus Psychology is a family-centered practice. 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.

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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!

Jordana HildebrandtM.Ed. Registered Psychologist

Working with children is something that I have always aspired to do. It was during an undergraduate psychology internship that I first became interested in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). During this internship, I was part of a team that developed and provided treatment service to children with ASD. I developed close relationships with the children and families with whom I worked, and I knew that I wanted to continue supporting children and their families throughout my career.

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.