We are an assorted group of professionals from different disciplines - Clinical Psychology, Social Work, Clinical Counseling, Art Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy. We will try and match you with the clinician who can best meet your needs, and you will let us know if the match is right. If it is not right, you can always discuss your concerns with Dr. Moser directly.
Cathy Moser, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Dr. Moser is a Clinical Psychologist with a private practice in Winnipeg. She has been practicing as a Psychologist since 1986.
Dr. Moser brings to the practice ten years of experience in the School System and many years of experience in private practice. As a Clinical Psychologist in a school setting, Dr. Moser had the opportunity to learn how to make changes for children within the school system. As a result of this experience, she is able to assess the ‘whole’ child, and to provide treatment strategies that incorporates the needs of the child as well as the systems in which s/he functions – school, family, peer relationships, etc.
Dr. Moser has a special interest in treating adults using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with a short-term solution focused model. In her practice, she has had the opportunity to treat individuals with Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Addictions (smoking, eating, gambling, etc.), Relationship Issues, and, Separation and Divorce.
Jay M. Greenfeld, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Dr. Greenfeld has an extensive background working with children, adolescents, college students, and adults with a variety of presenting concerns. Jay has a special interest in using Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy and exercise as an intervention for the treatment of psychological concerns. His areas of interest include Exercise and Motivation, Men & Masculinity, Body Image, Anxiety, Depression, and Stress Management. He is a lecturer on Stress Management and Well-Being, with research primarily focusing on integrating exercise and other health-related behaviors into everyday life.
Sharon Goszer Tritt, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Dr. Goszer Tritt is a Clinical Psychologist with an extensive background working with children, adolescents, and adults with a wide variety of problems. She has practiced Psychology for over 20 years, having worked in the school system, the medical system, and within the community. She has a special interest in the treatment of Anxiety and Depressive Disorders, Stress, Coping with Medical Illnesses, Adolescent Issues, Parenting, Women’s Issues and Grief/Bereavement. Skilled in a variety of treatment approaches, she has particular expertise with the application of cognitive behavioural principles to mental health problems and issues in daily living.
Kim Purcell, M.S.W, R.S.W.
Kim Purcell is a Registered Social Worker with a Masters of Social Work. She has over 22 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Kim has experience conducting individual and group therapy within the school system - assessing the needs of children and adolescents. She has also worked with parents, helping them through the challenges of parenting children and adolescents.
Kim uses a systemic approach to working with children, adolescents, adults and families taking into account all the systems involved with the individuals. She uses a number of therapeutic strategies and models in her work with clients (e.g., solution focused, brief therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, and mindfulness approaches). Kim has experience treating adults, children and adolescents who are struggling with Anxiety, relationships, parenting practices, anger management, grief/loss, and separation and divorce. She also has experience facilitating groups for children and adults including: anger management, social skills, ADHD, mindfulness and anxiety.
Becki L. Cornock., Ph.D., C.Psych
Dr. Cornock is a Clinical Psychologist with a broad range of experience, having practiced within medical, psychiatric, community, private and educational settings. Dr. Cornock works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Her assessment, treatment, and consultation skills help clients gain a better understanding of their personal challenges and how to use their unique strengths to strive toward optimal functioning. Using primarily a cognitive behavioural framework along with complementary techniques (Mindfulness, Emotion Focused Therapy, EMDR), Dr. Cornock assists clients presenting with a variety of mental health concerns including mood disorders, anxiety and stress, trauma, adjustment issues, and learning disabilities.
Susan Eilers, B.A., D.V.A.T.I.
Susan Eilers is a Professional Art Therapist and a member of the Canadian Art Therapy Association.
Susan works with children and adults of all ages, with a special interest in working with children. Susan has been able to add a unique contribution to the Therapy Groups that Dr. Moser offers (Anger Management; Coping with Separation and Divorce; Dealing with Teasing and Bullying). Within Dr. Moser’s practice, Susan specializes in helping children express their feelings through Art while making the behavioural changes that allow them to function better within their classroom, peer group, and family. Susan is also able to assist children who experience anxiety through a Cognitive Behavioural Program that includes art for more complete expression.
Danna Kaplan, M.S., CCC-SLP
Danna has been a Speech-Language Pathologist for 16 years. She graduated with her Master’s degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Houston in 1996 and had the opportunity to work in numerous settings from private practice to public and private schools, hospitals, and nursing and rehabilitation facilities while living in Texas. She has worked with clients from birth to old age. Since returning to Winnipeg, Danna has concentrated on work within the private practice setting.
Danna's interests include early childhood development, autism spectrum disorders, motor speech impairments, and swallowing disorders. She works individually with children and adults who have cognitive and communicative impairments and enjoys working on social language development and a variety of other pragmatic language skills with children that have these needs.
For more information on Danna, please see Milestones Therapy.
Ryan Nicholson, Ph. D.
Ryan received his PhD from the University of Manitoba after completing his M.Sc. degree at Acadia University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship through the University of Manitoba and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Ryan utilizes an integrative treatment approach utilizing a variety of therapeutic modalities. His clinical interests include working with adults and teenagers experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, post-traumatic stress, and health-related difficulties.
Ramona Thomson, M.A., S-LP (C)
Ramona Thomson is a Speech-Language Pathologist with 8 years of experience working with preschool and school age children along with adults. She spent one year working in a hospital setting and five years within the school setting, assessing and providing both individual and group therapy to children.
Sarah Yachison, Ph.D., C. Psych
Dr. Sarah Yachison is registered as a School and Clinical Psychologist with the Psychological Association of Manitoba. She received her Ph.D. in School and Applied Child Psychology at McGill University. She has completed intensive clinical placements in school, hospital, and community-based settings. Currently, Sarah divides her time between the Winnipeg School Division and private practice.
Sarah’s compassionate and client centred stance enables her to establish strong working connections with those she serves. She adopts an eclectic therapeutic approach, using techniques from Cognitive-Behavioral, Narrative, Dialectical-Behavioral, and Attachment-Based Developmental modalities. Sarah provides creative strategies to help clients effectively address areas of struggle and recognize personal strengths. She has particular interests in supporting children and adolescents with anxiety, mood, trauma, social communication, and self/emotional regulation concerns.
Katterina Powers, PsyD, ABSNP, NCSP
Dr. Katterina Powers specializes in the assessment and diagnosis of neuropsychological disorders in children, adolescents, and young adults. She is a diplomate of the American Board of School Neuropsychology and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents, and young adults with social-emotional, behavioural, and educational needs. Her interests include ADHD, autism, anxiety, learning disorders, giftedness, executive functioning, and developmental disabilities.
Dr. Powers is a licensed psychologist in the state of Arizona and presently a C. Psych candidate in the province of Manitoba.
Shelly Isbach, M.Ed.
Shelly is a clinical counsellor with a Masters in Education in Counselling Psychology from the University of Manitoba. She has experience working with children and adolescents for a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, and self-harm.
Shelly uses a client-centred, strength-based approach and a variety of therapeutic modalities, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, and Brief Therapy approaches. She has experience in both individual and group therapy approaches.