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Darbey Carlson

Registered Psychotherapist, MSc, MACP, HBA
ADHD-CSP, EMDR Practitioner

Darbey, an experienced therapist with a Masters of Clinical Psychology from the University of South Wales (December 2018) and a Masters of Counselling from Yorkville University (April 2022), brings a wealth of experience in supporting individuals from diverse backgrounds and age groups across clinical, general, and athletic environments. Dedicated to providing a non-judgmental space to navigate both present-day and past challenges, Darbey's expertise encompasses areas such as attachment, trauma, ADHD, and stress and anxiety reduction.

Currently, Darbey is conducting EMDR Intensives at Jack Pine Health, offering specialized trauma therapy sessions tailored to individual needs. For those interested in her services, Darbey has reopened her waitlist for sessions starting in August 2024.

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Education & Training

Darbey's Additional Certifications and On-Going Education

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Level 1 – December 2021

Practical Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Treating Anxiety, Treating Low Self-Esteem, Treating Perfectionism (July, August, and October 2020)

Working with Complex Traumatic Grief Within Indigenous First Nation Peoples – November 2021

Asist Suicide Training – April 2021

Level B Psychometric Assessment Qualification – June 2019

Mental Health First Aid – June 2017

EMDR Basic Training (52 hours) - October 2022

EMDR International Association Member - 2023 

Advanced EMDR - Flash Technique - 2024

Advanced EMDR - Easy Ego State Interventions - 2024

Advanced EMDR - DeTur Substance Use Reduction Protocol - 2024

Advanced EMDR - Attachment Focused EMDR - 2024


Dhaliwal, J. & Carlson, D., 2020. Canada to Cardiff - Psychology students' experience in Liaison Psychiatry. Royal College of Psychiatrists: Faculty of Liaison Psychiatry Newsletter, University Hospital of Wales. pp.5-7.

The Prevalence of Depression within a Dermatology Population and the Psychometric Validity Of the Emotion Thermometers. University of South Wales, 2018. (Pre-Print)

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