Dennis brings years of training and experience in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to his clinical work, but adds other therapeutic models and perspectives to his work according to the needs of his clients, including acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness, motivational interviewing, existential therapy and relapse prevention. He is committed to using therapeutic strategies that have been consistently proven to be effective, but believes that those strategies are most helpful if they are offered in a therapy relationship that is supportive, friendly, and respectful. Dennis’ clients are generally adolescents and adults (including seniors), and he is pleased to offer services to people from all faiths, races, and orientations. He works with clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety in all its forms (e.g., panic, OCD, social anxiety, phobias, generalized anxiety), work stress, trauma, addictions (including drug and alcohol addictions as well as behavioural addictions like sex addiction, gambling, Internet, video games or shopping), and death or loss. He also provides marital therapy, as well as assessments for educational and vocational purposes. Dennis has been qualified as an expert witness in court, and maintains memberships in the College of Alberta Psychologists, the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta, the Canadian Psychological Association, and the Canadian Association of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.