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Dr. Sarah Greer, R.Psych. (CPBC #2173)


UK Registered Practitioner Psychologist (HCPC #PYL28696)

Dr. Greer is a Registered Psychologist currently practicing out of the North Shore Stress and Anxiety Clinic, and has specialized training in clinical neuropsychology. She completed a one-year residency in Brain Injury (inpatient) and Neurology at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital in the United Kingdom, as well as a 6-month, Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at Headwise Rehabilitation, where she specialized in working with individuals with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI). She has previously worked as a neuropsychologist for Vancouver Coastal Health at Richmond Hospital, BC. She has taught Neuropsychology and Psychopathology on a part-time basis at Kwantlen Polytechnic University since 2014 and is a faculty member.

Dr. Greer specializes in neuropsychological assessment for individuals who have experienced traumatic brain injuries, including concussions, strokes, seizures, or other types of TBIs, as well for patients diagnosed with neurological disorders. Dr Greer has conducted neuropsychological assessments in a variety of health service settings, including Concussion/Mild Traumatic Brain Injury specialist clinics, Inpatient Brain Injury for the moderate to severe injuries, Neurology services, Stroke Rehabilitation, and specialist Dementia Services. She also offers adult Psycho-educational assessments (ages 18 and over), including assessments for ADHD.

In her clinical work, Dr. Greer is committed to best practice standards and has received specialist training in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) from the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, a widely recognized centre of excellence in CBT training and research. She believes strongly psychological and neuropsychological assessments that are founded on evidence-based practice. Dr. Greer has also received training in and attended specialist workshops on Mindfulness (also known as Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy), which research suggests can be particularly helpful for recurrent depression, trauma and coping with chronic pain, as well as other types of anxiety and mood-related difficulties.

Dr. Greer received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Oxford and worked as a Registered Clinical Psychologist in the UK in the areas of Dementia, Neurology and Adult Mental Health before returning to her hometown of Vancouver in October 2013. She has worked in the field of psychology for over 20 years, and has always enjoyed being part of a team. She has published in the field of clinical psychology and neuropsychology and continues to enjoy being involved in research projects, when possible.

Please note that Dr. Greer does not offer treatment services at this time.