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Dr. Dunlop is a Psychologist who has specialized in delivering services to First Nations' communities across Canada for over 29 years. She has developed and implemented the Life Long Personal Positive Strengths model of counselling to counter the effects of Residential School experiences across generations.

Dr. Dunlop trains, teaches, coaches, empowers and counsels those of all age groups in both Individual and/or group format.

Her specific areas of expertise are:

Having worked with many First Nations Communities across Canada, Dr. Dunlop is known for her dedication and experience. She has worked for years at a time with different communities to help with community, family and individual healing. Together with Dr. Vance Peavy, she helped create the first ever Master's Degree in First Nations' Counselling at the University Of Victoria, specifically for people of First Nations.

Dr. Alicia Dunlop is a Registered Psychologist with over 40 years of experience in teaching, research, counselling, and coaching. She received her Masters and PhD in Clinical & Counselling Psychology from York University and the University of Victoria, Canada. Dr. Dunlop has taught at Canadian universities for many years, specializing in Health Psychology.


Thanks to Jeff Thomas