Christina Jones, Ph.D., L. Psych.
Dr. Christina Jones joined our team in September 2016 as a Resident in Psychology, following completion of the Horizon Health NB Clinical Pre-doctoral Internship. Dr. Jones completed her Bachelor's of Social Sciences, Honours, majoring in Psychology at the University of Waikato, New Zealand and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (with a Forensic specialty) at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. Dr. Jones completed her licensing with the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick in October 2017.
Dr. Jones splits her time between private practice and providing services to students and clients of the PWC. In her private practice Dr. Jones offers psychotherapy and psycho-diagnostic assessments to adults in the community. Dr. Jones’ psychotherapy work focusses on treating adults with Depression or Anxiety Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Personality Disorders, addictions, and many others. She has a special interest in supporting those who work or have worked in law enforcement (police, corrections officers, lawyers) first responders (paramedics and physicians) and military. Dr. Jones is highly trained in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy but utilizes a diverse approach, drawing from multiple treatment modalities, in order to meet the unique needs of each of her clients. For her assessments, Dr. Jones has a special focus on adults who suspect they may have ADHD.
The remainder of Dr. Jones time involves assisting with the supervision of PWC student clinicians and providing services to PWC clients. She is also the primary supervisor and facilitator for the Teen Anxiety and Depression Therapy Group offered by the PWC.
Referrals for Dr. Jones’ private practice can be made by contacting the PWC via phone, fax, or email. Referrals for Dr. Jones’ PWC work will come from the existing PWC waiting list.