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About Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates

Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates is a private psychological firm staffed by a number of trained professionals, including registered doctoral psychologists, doctoral and master’s degree level associates, psychiatrists, neurofeedback technicians, and administrative support staff.

All are committed to helping you attain better mental health.

Current staff members include:

Registered Doctoral Psychologists

Brian Chartier, PhD., Registered Doctoral Psychologist (APE) #174

Dr. Chartier earned his doctorate in clinical psychology in 1985 from the University of Saskatchewan. He works with a wide range of clients, including adolescents, couples and adults, and works in the areas of grief and bereavement.

James Arnold, PhD., Registered Doctoral Psychologist (APE) #208

Dr. Arnold earned his doctorate in clinical psychology in 1990 from the University of Saskatchewan. He works with families, children and adults, and has interest working with legal issues, disabilities and occupational health.

Lana Shimp, Ph.D., Registered Doctoral Psychologist (APE) #251

Dr. Shimp earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Saskatchewan. She started working for Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates in 1996. Dr. Shimp works with adults and couples, with training and experience in the assessment and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, addictions, and relationship issues. She also provides neurofeedback training.


Erika Rojas, Ph.D., Registered Doctoral Psychologist (APE) #938

Dr. Rojas earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Saskatchewan in 2013. She provides in psychological assessments and treatment to children, adolescents and adults. She also provides neurofeedback training. She provides services in English and Spanish.

Nikhil Koushik, Ph.D., Doctoral Registered Psychologist (APE) #957

Dr. Koushik earned his doctorate in clinical neuropsychology from the University of Windsor in 2008. He joined Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates in 2014. He provides psychological services to children, adolescents, young adults and families and provides services in pediatric neuropsychology, including the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and learning disabilities. He also provides neurofeedback training.

Justina Sowden, Ph.D., Registered Doctoral Psychologist (APE) #962

Dr. Sowden earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Saskatchewan in 2013. She provides in psychological assessment, as well as treatment to individuals with mood and anxiety disorders,  post-traumatic stress disorder, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, anger, acting-out behavior, stress, and interpersonal problems. She joined Chartier Arnold Shimp and Associates in 2014.

Allyson Clarke, Ph.D., Registered Doctoral Psychologist (APE) #897

Dr. Clarke completed a PhD in Counselling/Clinical Psychology from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT) in 2014. She provides psychotherapy to adults struggling with a range of difficulties, including anxiety, trauma, depression, stress management, life transitions, identity issues, relationship problems, and gender and sexuality issues.

Neurofeedback

  • Darrell Kroetsch:
    Mr. Kroetsch works with a Registered Doctoral Psychologist in order to conduct neurofeedback sessions, both assessments and training. He has completed an EEG Biofeedback comprehensive training course and has worked at Chartier Arnold Shimp & Associates since 2011.


Our Address:

Chartier, Arnold, Shimp & Associates
1324 College Drive
Saskatoon , Saskatchewan  
S7N 0W5
Canada
(306) 664-6647