Robyn McClure, M.A., M.Ed.
Originally from Annapolis Valley, Robyn McClure graduated from Acadia University with her Bachelor of Science degree. She then achieved distinction as a Killam Laureate during her graduate studies at The University of British Columbia, where she completed two master’s degrees. After a decade training out west, Ms. McClure is happy to be back with her family in Nova Scotia.
Ms. McClure treats various problems, including anxiety, social anxiety, phobias, depression, bipolar disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), work or academic problems, procrastination, bullying and harassment and psychosis. She also treats stress, burnout, self-esteem problems, self-criticism and perfectionism. Ms. McClure excels at helping clients manage goals and solve problems. She is also an expert in assisting young adults in leaving home and finding independence. Her treatment services are grounded in evidence-based practice, including cognitive-behavioural, behavioural, mindfulness-based and motivational approaches.
Ms. McClure is also skilled at diagnostic, personality and neuropsychological assessments, including complex cases. She assesses traumatic brain injury, concussions, learning disabilities, epilepsy, genetic disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorder.
She treats and assesses both adolescents (12 years of age or older) and adults.
Ms. McClure is also a published researcher, with research interests in defending against discrimination, bullying and harassment.
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