B.A., M.A., Registered Psychotherapist
Dominic completed his B.Sc. in Life Sciences at McMaster University and an accelerated B.A. in Specialized Psychology at York University. He then went on to complete his M.A. in Psychotherapy, Counselling, and Spirituality at Saint Paul University.
Dominic worked, volunteered, and participated in clinical placements in a private psychology clinic, a stroke rehabilitation ward, a psychiatric inpatient unit, bereavement camps, a university psychology resource centre, CAMH’s geriatric psychiatry research, St. Michael’s concussion clinic, and a neurological rehabilitation institute. He also completed research about concussions and mental health, and anhedonia. Dominic is currently involved in clinical research at CAMH about addiction.
Dominic’s clinical approach is based in cognitive-behavioural therapy, although he borrows from other therapeutic approaches when appropriate. He specializes in depression, anxiety, stress, addictions, burnout, men’s issues, relationship issues, insomnia, chronic pain, grief, and unhealthy habits. During sessions, together with the client, he focuses on identifying actionable steps to adjust mental, emotional, and behavioral patterns, break cycles, and help clients move in the direction they want to grow.