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Katrina Kully-Martens

I am a Registered Psychologist (she/her) who specializes in working with children, youth, young adults, and parents. I received my Ph.D. in School and Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Alberta in 2020, and completed my pre-doctoral residency in Clinical Psychology with the London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium in London, Ontario. I have trained and worked in a variety of clinical settings in Alberta and Ontario, including community mental health agencies, youth residential treatment, children’s hospitals, schools, and private practice. In addition to my work providing assessment with Nexus Psychology, I am also privileged to work for the Hinton Indigenous Friendship Centre. I currently divide my time between Edmonton, AB and Hinton, AB, and am pleased to offer services to those living in the West Yellowhead corridor. I work primarily with individuals presenting with neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., ADHD, FASD, Intellectual Disabilities, learning disabilities), anxiety and mood disorders, developmental and complex trauma, and parent-child relationship challenges.

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Kendal Toll

In high school, I enthusiastically signed up for Psychology 20 and have not looked back since. I eagerly ventured into my undergraduate degree at the University of Alberta where I learned how diverse the field of psychology truly is. I investigated various areas through research experiences evaluating dyslexia, perceptions of information and communications technology, critical appraisal skills, and the effects of stress on undergraduate students. One thing was certain, I wanted to work with and help people. This led me to the University of Calgary where I completed a MSc in School & Applied Child Psychology. During this program, I was introduced to the world of psychological assessment and my interest truly blossomed.

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Jenny Carstens

I was born in Germany and moved to Canada after high school to attend university. In 2016, I graduated the Ph.D. program in Clinical Neuropsychology in Windsor, Ontario and have been practicing in Edmonton ever since. I love that my job provides me with many opportunities to have a positive impact on a child’s life and to help them get set up for success in their journey.

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Beena Thomas

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.

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Dorrie Koscielnuk

I have been working as a psychologist for many years, but my clinical work has evolved overtime. I spent many years working on complex assessment and diagnostic clinics at the Glenrose Hospital. This was the cornerstone to my specialized assessment training, particularly in assessing and diagnosing individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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