Dr. Walker received his Masters Degree and Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Manitoba. He completed his clinical psychology internship at the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison, Wisconsin. He has a special interest in cognitive behaviour therapy and self-help approaches.
Dr. Rezutek received his Master’s and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Manitoba and completed his clinical psychology internship at the Student Counselling and Career Centre at the University of Manitoba. His practice integrates cognitive–behavioural and mindfulness-based approaches within the context of collaborative and supportive therapeutic relationships. His clinical interests include helping children and their caregivers with anxiety (e.g., separation, social, generalized, phobias, school refusal), obsessions and compulsions, behavioural difficulties (e.g., ADHD, autism spectrum disorder – level 1/Asperger’s Syndrome) and parenting concerns, as well as helping adults with anxiety (e.g., generalized, health, social, panic, phobias), depression, obsessions and compulsions, posttraumatic stress, chronic pain and health concerns, stress management, life adjustment, return to work difficulties, and autism spectrum disorder – level 1/Asperger’s Syndrome. Dr. Rezutek also has extensive experience consulting with caregivers of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Dr. Lubusko received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Manitoba and completed his Clinical Psychology internship at the Student Counselling and Career Centre at the University of Manitoba. His clinical interests include anxiety and post-traumatic stress, depression, self-control/emotional regulation difficulties (e.g., anger management, adult ADHD), return-to-work issues, and couples counselling. Dr. Lubusko is fluent in Polish and works primarily with adults, college/university students, and adolescents.
Dr. Corey Mackenzie received his M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Queen’s University and completed his clinical internship at Baycrest in Toronto. He uses cognitive behavioural and mindfulness-based approaches to help younger and older adults suffering from anxiety, depression, and difficulties coping with stressful life experiences.
Dr. Leanne Mak
(currently on maternity leave)