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Mitchell is a Registered Psychologist who supports children, adolescents, young adults, and parents overcome the situational or ongoing challenges that impact their lives. He obtained his Ph.D. in Child Psychology from the University of Calgary and focused his research on how individuals bounce-back from significant life adversities.
With experience gained from working in public and specialized educational settings, he functions as a private practitioner with The Family Psychology Place. Mitchell provides comprehensive psychological assessments to identify and then treat developmental and mental health challenges.
When Mitchell is not performing psychological assessments or devising treatment plans, he can be found dawning many academic and volunteer roles. He is an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the University of Calgary and teaches coursework across Canada on psychological assessment, mental health intervention, research methodology, and statistics. Mitchell has authored multiple peer-reviewed publications and presented community-based research at various local, national, and international conferences. Mitchell is also the Co-Chair for the School Psychology Committee of the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta, where he advocates for increased access to school-based mental health supports.