Laurence Zalmanowitz, MEd, RPsych

Laurie   Zalmanowitz   is   a   Registered   Psychologist   in   the   province   of Alberta.   He   received   his   Bachelor’s   Degree   in psychology   from   the   University   of Arizona   in   2009   and   completed   his   graduate   studies   in   counselling   psychology at   the   University   of   Western   Ontario   in   2012.   Laurie   provides   services   to   groups   and   individuals   ages   12   and   up for   a   variety   of   concerns   including   anxiety,   depression,   life-transitions,   disability,   trauma   and   disordered   eating.   In addition   Laurie   has   expertise   in   sport   and   performance   psychology   working   with   a   wide   range   of   athletes   from recreational, developmental and professional levels. He also offers a wide variety of assessment services. Laurie   has   experience   working   with   a   broad   range   of   people   and   issues.   He   has   worked   with   university   students   at the   University   of   Western   Ontario   as   well   as   the   University   of   Alberta   helping   them   navigate   school-related   and personal   difficulties.   He   has   obtained   training   and   experience   in   the   field   of   sport   psychology   though   his   work with   individual   athletes   and   teams,   participating   in   various   levels   of   sport   and   competition   and   has   been   part   of multi-disciplinary teams in providing treatment.  Laurie   has   extensive   personal   involvement   in   sport   competing   in   wheelchair   tennis   at   the   collegiate,   national   and international   levels   and   wheelchair   basketball   at   the   collegiate   and   national   levels.   In   his   sport   and   performance psychology   practice   he   helps   to   provide   the   individual   or   team   with   skills   to   give   them   a   competitive   edge   and build   a   strong   foundation   of   psychological   skills   to   improve   performance.   He   also   understands   the   unique   and challenging issues that athletes and performers may face and can assist the individual in working through these.  
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Laurence Zalmanowitz, MEd, RPsych

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Laurie   Zalmanowitz   is   a   Registered   Psychologist   in   the province   of   Alberta.   He   received   his   Bachelor’s   Degree in   psychology   from   the   University   of   Arizona   in   2009 and    completed    his    graduate    studies    in    counselling psychology    at    the    University    of    Western    Ontario    in 2012.      Laurie      provides      services      to      groups      and individuals   ages   12   and   up   for   a   variety   of   concerns including   anxiety,   depression,   life-transitions,   disability, trauma   and   disordered   eating.   In   addition   Laurie   has expertise     in     sport     and     performance     psychology working      with      a      wide      range      of      athletes      from recreational,    developmental    and    professional    levels. He also offers a wide variety of assessment services. Laurie   has   experience   working   with   a   broad   range   of people    and    issues.    He    has    worked    with    university students   at   the   University   of   Western   Ontario   as   well as    the    University    of    Alberta    helping    them    navigate school-related     and     personal     difficulties.     He     has obtained   training   and   experience   in   the   field   of   sport psychology    though    his    work    with    individual    athletes and   teams,   participating   in   various   levels   of   sport   and competition    and    has    been    part    of    multi-disciplinary teams in providing treatment.  Laurie    has    extensive    personal    involvement    in    sport competing     in     wheelchair     tennis     at     the     collegiate, national     and     international     levels     and     wheelchair basketball   at   the   collegiate   and   national   levels.   In   his sport   and   performance   psychology   practice   he   helps to   provide   the   individual   or   team   with   skills   to   give them     a     competitive     edge     and     build     a     strong foundation      of      psychological      skills      to      improve performance.    He    also    understands    the    unique    and challenging   issues   that   athletes   and   performers   may face   and   can   assist   the   individual   in   working   through these.
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