Dr. Maya Gupta

London Health Sciences Centre - Victoria Hospital

800 Commissioners Road East, P.O. Box 5010
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519)  685-8500, ext. 77091
Email: maya.gupta@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: I provide clinical services in the Prevention and EArly Intervention Program for Psychoses (PEPP), working with youth and young adults who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. My clinical interests include psychological intervention and assessment of individuals with a primary psychotic disorder. Clients within the PEPP program present with a diverse range of mental health concerns. In addition to psychosis, common comorbidities that are addressed therapeutically include depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma, and substance abuse. My therapeutic orientation is client-centred and integrative; integrating clements of cognitive behavioural therapy, interersonal therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, and emotion regulation skills.  

Topics for workshops, seminars: Assessment and treatment approaches when with with individuals with psychosis

Type of clinical practica: Initial assessment, Initial intervention, Advanced assessment, Advanced intervention

Types of clients: Adult, Adolescent

Modality: Individual, Group

Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav., Behavioural, Cognitive, Interpersonal process, Humanistic, ACT/Mindfulness, Interpersonal

Types of client problems: Learning disorder, PTSD, OC & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Dissociative disorders, Schiz. & other psychotic disorders, Personality disorders

Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you, You review audiotape with student, Co-therapy/Co-interview, You observe student live

Recent students:

Current students: B. Grant (2018); M. Vandermeer (2019)

Clinical contact: Not Available

Research interests: Include evaluation of a Voice Hearers group, examination of family dynamics in early psychosis, and understanding real-world functional outcomes and recovery in psychosis.

Available to supervise: No

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Last updated: May 21, 2019