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Dr. Jeff Carter

Thames Valley District School Board

1250 Dundas Street
P.O. Box 5888
London, ON N6A 5L1

Clinical interests: As the Psychologist (Program Development) for five adult inpatient mental health units at an acute care hospital, students working with me can see clients with a variety of presenting issues. I am especially interested in psychosis. I also have a particular interest in family therapy, for which I take a Brief (Solution-Focused / Narrative) approach. My theoretical perspective is Relational Psychotherapy, and interventions are informed by Brief and Cognitive-Behavioural techniques. 

Topics for workshops, seminars: Related to practice, program evaluation, or leadership development

Type of clinical practica: Initial Assessment; Initial Intervention; Advanced Intervention; Applied Research

Types of clients: Adult

Modality: Family; Group; Individual

Theoretical orientation: Narrative; Psychodynamic

Types of client problems: Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders; Bipolar and Related Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders; Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders

Type of supervision you can provide: Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live; Review videotape with student; Student describes case

Recent students: A. Newton (2019); K. Turnbull (2016); Y. Kotelnikova (2016)

Current students: None

Clinical mentor (formerly clinical contact person): Available

Research interests: My research interests relate broadly to program evaluation of mental health services. I am particularly interested in the reduction of incidents of dangerous behaviours in treatment settings.

Available to supervise: See constraints

Constraints: Supervision conditional on hospital regulations regarding COVID-19. Will not accept students for less than 6 months

Last updated: Sept 2, 2020