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Dr. Seraphim Mork, PhD, RPsyc

Dr. Seraphim Mork earned her doctorate degree in School Psychology at the Central Michigan University, USA. She completed her predoctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at the Fraser Child and Family Center, USA and post-doctoral studies at the Moore Autism Center, USA. She is a Registered Psychologist in Alberta, a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists as well as the Psychologists Association of Alberta. She is also a fully Licensed Psychologist in Oklahoma, USA. She has had 9 years of experience in providing psychological assessments and therapy to children, adolescents and families. She also has experience in teaching, research and supervision. She conducts comprehensive psychological evaluations and provides therapy to address developmental disabilities and other mental health difficulties. Some areas of competency include learning problems, attention problems, behavioral difficulties, social skills difficulties, mood disorders, anxiety, anger, sleep, eating disorders , bullying and trauma. She practices from an evidenced based and family centered approach. Dr. Mork believes in only using methodologies that have support in literature to be effective during therapy. She also believes in collaborating with family members of clients as well as other stakeholders during treatment to identify the unique needs of the client and support behavior change outside the therapy sessions. She uses evidenced based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Rogerian therapy and play therapy techniques to provide services individualized to meet the needs of clients.
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D r.     Seraphim     Mork     earned     her     doctorate degree    in    School    Psychology    at    the    Central Michigan    University,    USA.    She    completed    her predoctoral   internship   in   Clinical   Psychology   at the    Fraser    Child    and    Family    Center,    USA    and post-doctoral     studies     at     the     Moore     Autism Center, USA. She   is   a   Registered   Psychologist   in   Alberta   and conducts           comprehensive           psychological evaluations     and   provides   therapy     to   address developmental    disabilities    and    other    mental health    difficulties.    She    is    available    in    Grande Prairie, AB. She    practices    from    an    evidenced    based    and family   centered   approach.   Dr.   Mork   believes   in only   using   methodologies   that   have   support   in literature    to    be    effective    during    therapy.    She also     believes     in     collaborating     with     family members      of      clients      as      well      as      other stakeholders    during    treatment    to    identify    the unique   needs   of   the   client   and   support   behavior change   outside   the   therapy   sessions.   She   uses evidenced   based   approaches   such   as   Cognitive Behavioral   Therapy,   Solution   Focused   Therapy, Applied    Behavioral    Analysis,    Rogerian    therapy and   play   therapy   techniques   to   provide   services individualized to meet the needs of clients.

Dr. Seraphim Mork, PhD, RPsyc

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