Dr. Reginald Landry

Dr. Reginald Landry attended Dalhousie University and received a B.A. in Psychology. He completed his Ph.D. in Clinical-Developmental Psychology at York University in Toronto. His main area of interest is in the area of neurodevelopmental disorders and related learning disorders. 
Dr. Landry worked at Child and Adolescent Services at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital in Sydney, Nova Scotia where he participated in the development of the Neurodevelopmental Clinic, a specialized service that addresses the mental health needs of children and youth with mental health difficulties in addition to any learning or neurological disorders. He was then the clinical coordinator of the Autism Intervention Program, serving young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families.  Dr. Landry has also been a member of various provincial committees within the Department of Health focused on improving the delivery of mental health services.

Dr. Julie MacDonald

Dr. Julie MacDonald is a local psychologist who completed her Bachelor of Arts degree at Cape Breton University and both her Masters and Ph.D. at the University of Alberta.  She completed her internship training at the University of Alberta Hospitals Psychology Department.  Since completing her education, she has returned home to Cape Breton and is now the manager of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services for the Cape Breton District Health Authority and works in a private practice part time.
Dr. MacDonald has an interest in understanding and helping children and adults with anxiety disorders, coping with health issues and women's related issues.  Her approach to treatment draws upon the cognitive behavioral model.  Learning to cope, understand and manage emotions and behaviors are her approach to many of the issues her clients present with.  
Dr. MacDonald also works with parents who have children with challenging behavior (e.g.tantrums, meltdowns, defiance).

Catherine Boudreau

Ms. Catherine Boudreau, Registered Psychologist, obtained a Bachelor of Arts, Honours Degree from St. Mary's University in 1983 and received a Master of Arts Degree in School Psychology from Mount Saint Vincent University in 1991. Ms. Boudreau worked as a school psychologist for two school boards over a period of 23 years and is currently a school board administrator. From 1994-2001, Ms. Boudreau provided private practice psychological services on a part-time basis to youth and adults presenting with personal concerns related to childhood trauma, issues related to being victims of crime, psycho-educational/learning problems and mental health issues. Ms. Boudreau joined Dr. Landry's practice on a part-time basis in 2014 and offers psycho-educational assessment and therapy services to adults. 

Tim White, Occupational Therapist (Reg. NS)

​Tim White obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of King's College in Halifax and his professional degree in Occupational Therapy from Dalhousie University. He worked from 2001 to 2011 as the occupational therapist with the Autism Intervention Program.

​Mr. White works with children and youth with developmental, learning and behavioural disorders to assess and develop their abilities in self-care, recreation, social, organizational and other skills. He has a special interest in children with autism spectrum disorders, attentional disorders and dysgraphia.

Dr. Reginald Landry Psychological Services Inc.

Dr. Reginald Landry, Dr. Julie MacDonald, Catherine Boudreau, Psychologists
Tim White, Occupational Therapist (Reg. NS)
Specializing in children, adolescents and families