Dr. Jennifer Campbell
Registered Psychologist #2473
Jennifer is the Director of the North Shore CBT Centre and a Registered Psychologist. She has a passion for working with youth and young adults (12-30 yrs), offering diagnostic assessment and treatment based on scientific research. Jennifer is known for easily building rapport with young people and works in a collaborative, strengths based manner, helping clients reach their wellness goals. She employs a social justice approach, acknowledging systemic oppression faced by clients from diverse communities
and the role this plays in mental health.
Jennifer's clients seek help for anxiety, depression, self compassion, trauma, and OCD.
While counselling may be difficult at times, Jennifer enjoys bringing creativity and fun to the
treatment process. Yes, it is true, therapy can be fun and effective!
Jennifer is committed to offering treatment that is effective and supported by scientific evidence. While CBT is her speciality, she is trained in providing a number of evidence based treatments. Her main treatment approaches are listed below and are very effective for youth and young adults:
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) CACBT Certified
Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)
Inference Based CBT for OCD (I-CBT)
Acceptance and Commiment Therapy (ACT)
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
* Please see our Services Page for descriptions of these approaches.
Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology, Adler University
Dissertation: Themes of Indigenous Healing after Loss to Suicide
Master Degree in Counselling Psychology, University of Victoria
Project: Group Therapy for Youth with Self Harm Behaviour
Post Doctoral Fellowship, BC Children's Hospital
DBT Centre of Vancouver
Child & Youth Mental Health, MCFD
Non-profit Agencies - BGCCS, PLEA, FSNS, and NSCSS
First Nations Communities in BC
Master of Counselling Program, City University
BC Psychological Association: Board Member, Diversity & Social Advocacy Committee
College of Psychologists of BC
Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies
International OCD Foundation