Dr. Kelly Price, R.Psych.
I obtained my B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc., and Ph.D. from the University of Victoria's Accredited Department of Psychology with an emphasis in Clinical Neuropsychology. I completed my residency at the Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary in Child Clinical and Pediatric Psychology. I am registered with the College of Psychologists of BC (#1795). I am:
Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Victoria Department of Psychology
Clinical Instructor, University of British Columbia Department of Psychiatry
Affiliate Clinical Instructor, University of Victoria Department of Medical Sciences
I was the Senior Psychologist with Island Health where I was also the Senior Clinician in the VICAN/BCAAN system, and continue as a Qualified Specialist in that system.
I am on numerous committees representing psychology to other ministries and health care organizations.
I have published research on autism and neuropsychology, and peer review articles on behalf of the editors of over a dozen scientific journals in child psychology and psychiatry.
I have taught at Camosun and at the doctoral level at the University of Victoria. I have trained dozens of medical students as well as residents in psychiatry and pediatrics.I was a school psychologist in the Greater Victoria district.
Finally, I am also the parent of three children, and understand the perspective of parents and families trying their best.
Dr. Mary Anne Leason, R.Psych.
I received my BSc (Hons.) from the University of Alberta, then attended the University of Victoria, where I obtained my MA and PhD degrees from the Department of Psychology’s Clinical Psychology program, with an emphasis on Clinical Neuropsychology. I am registered with the College of Psychologists of BC (#1174), and continue to upgrade my skills through ongoing training and consultation with other professionals.
I have devoted my 25-year career in clinical psychology to public service, providing care to children under the age of six. I worked initially as an Early Childhood Intervention psychologist with Child and Youth Mental Health services, a branch of the Ministry for Children and Family Development. For the past sixteen years I worked as a psychologist at Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health in the Early Intervention Program, providing assessment and treatment for small children facing a variety of neurodevelopmental challenges.
In 2003, I was accredited as a Qualified Specialist in autism assessment by the BC Autism Assessment Network. I continue to provide assessments for this public health organization through the Vancouver Island Children’s Assessment Network, serving primarily children under the age of six.
I am a mother of two, a grandmother of three, and a guardian of a border collie and Quarter horse.