Dr. Nikita Yeryomenko graduated with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Windsor in 2017, where he then worked for a number of years. He gained most of his experience in various university counselling centers. These settings are fast-paced, high-volume, and see individuals with a very wide variety of concerns, from test anxiety to mania and psychosis. Since entering the private sector, he worked as a consulting psychologist for Windsor-Essex Canadian Mental Health Association as well as privately.
Dr. Yeryomenko’s primary focus is diagnostic assessment for treatment purposes and the delivery of evidence-based approaches to common psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, depression and bipolar disorders, psychosis, eating disorders, PTSD, borderline personality disorder, and others.
Ms. Dana Dupuis has been a registered Social Worker in good standing with The Ontario College of Social Workers & Social Services Workers for the last 11 years. Most of that time she worked as an intake specialist at Bulimia and Anorexia Nervosa Association, where she had carried significant caseloads and completed over one thousand intake assessments with children, youth, and adults. In addition to that Ms. Dupuis served as a clinical advisor for Eating Disorders Ontario, as well as a program coordinator of Windsor-Essex Intensive Outpatient Program for Eating Disorders where she developed and implemented core program policies and procedures. She was selected by the Ontario Association of Social Workers to receive their 2022 Community Contribution Award.
Ms. Dupuis is trained in cognitive-behavior therapy through the Beck Institute of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and the Center for Research on Eating Disorders at Oxford, and in focusing through the International Focusing Institute.
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