Megan Tuttle, Ph.D.

Registered Doctoral Psychologist #804

Dr.  Tuttle began her professional training in her hometown of Victoria, B.C., obtaining a Bachelor of Arts (1998) from the University of Victoria. Subsequently, she worked for four years with adolescents in a correctional setting, prompting her to obtain further training in psychology. She completed her MA (2005) and PhD (2010) in Clinical Psychology at the University of Regina. She also underwent a one-year predoctoral residency at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre (2008 - 2009), which provided specialized training in assessment and evidence-based treatment in both inpatient and outpatient settings for adults with a range of chronic and acute mental health disorders. 

 


Dr Tuttle  has worked in the public sector, first at Regina Child and Youth Mental Health Services then at the Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, Regina General Hospital providing assessment, diagnosis, and treatment (individual, family, and group intervention) as well as delivering workshops and professional education to community agencies.

 

In  2014, Dr. Tuttle  transitioned from the public sector to private practice at Prairie Psychology Services. She has since been working with pre-teens, adolescents, and adults offering evidence-based treatment for mood and anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, and personality disorders. Treatment approaches include Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), and Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PET). She is currently registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists with Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE), which allows her to assess and diagnose mental health disorders. She is also a member of both the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) and the Psychological Association Saskatchewan (PAS), and participates in ongoing continuing education in the field of clinical psychology.

 

Dr. Tuttle offers counselling to adolescents, age 13 and older and adults.  She provides individual and family counselling. Individuals may seek counselling for assistance in one of these areas:

 

 

 

     

  • Mindfulness
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  • CBT
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  • DBT
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  • Psychoeducational
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  • Depression
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  • Anxiety
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  • Panic
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  • Social Phobia
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  • OCD
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  • PTSD
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  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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  • Specific Phobias
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  • Health, Lifestyle Issues, and Well Being
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  • Stress Management
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  • Anger Management
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  • Family Issues
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  • Adolescent Issues
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  • Parenting Support
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  • Personality Disorders
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  • Postpartum Depression & Anxiety
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