Sarah Reiser, Ph.D.

Registered Provisional Psychologist #1111

Dr. Reiser completed her MA (2013) and PhD (2019) in Clinical Psychology at the University of Regina. She completed a one-year predoctoral residency through the Clinical Health Psychology Program in Manitoba (2018-2019), which provided specialized training in child and adolescent mental health, adult anxiety and related disorders, and perinatal mental health. She is provisionally registered with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists and is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association.

 

Dr. Reiser has recently started in private practice and previously worked providing psychological services within the public sector. During that time, her work was focused on conducting both assessments and interventions for developmental disorders, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. She has worked with populations across the lifespan (child, adolescent, and adult) as well as culturally diverse populations. Assessments available include attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, cognitive abilities, as well as presenting mental health issues. She specializes in the provision of empirically supported interventions for children, youth, and adults presenting with various mental health concerns including mood and anxiety disorders. She utilizes cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) skills.

 

Dr. Reiser offers therapy to children (ages 7 and older), adolescents, and adults. She provides individual therapy and parenting support. Individuals may seek counselling for assistance in the following areas:

 

 

 

• ACT
• Assessments: ADHD, Mental Health, Cognitive & Learning Disabilities
• Specific Phobias 
• Mindfulness
• CBT
• DBT
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Panic
• Social anxiety
• OCD
• PTSD
• Generalized Anxiety Disorder
• Health, Lifestyle and Well Being
• Stress Management
• Parenting Support
• Prenatal/Postpartum Depression, Anxiety & Adjustment