Supervision of Child and Adolescent Services
Dr. Angela Burbridge, Ph.D, L.Psych
Dr. Stacey McKay, Ph.D, L.Psych
Contract Supervisor. Dr. Stacey McKay has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of New Brunswick (2007), is a licensed member of the College of Psychologist of New Brunswick (2008), and recently became a Clinical Associate with the Department of Psychology at UNB (2016). She has been in private practice since 2006 but previously worked in a number of settings including group homes, community centers, hospitals, residential and day treatment programs, and Community Mental Health Services. She has also worked for the legal system, been deemed an expert witness in clinical psychology and parenting capacity assessment, and is a university instructor, teaching courses in group processes, child and adolescent psychopathology, forensic psychology, and advanced topics in psychotherapy. Dr. McKay has been working with children, adolescents, adults, and families for over 30 years and has specialized training in child and adolescent psychology. She has experience in a wide range of mental health issues with a particular interest in anxiety, trauma, adjustment, mood disorders, attention and behaviour problems, family issues, and parenting.
Dr. Treva Penney, Ph.D, L.Psych
Contract Supervisor. Dr. Penney is a licensed clinical psychologist who completed her pre-doctoral internship at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto and her Ph.D. at UNB. She provides a variety of evidenced-based therapies with children, adolescents and adults and comprehensive socio-emotional and psycho-educational assessments. In addition, she provides consultation and behavioural program planning with parents and teachers. Her professional experiences include working in mental health clinics in the community and with the Canadian Forces.
Dr. Scott Ronis, Ph.D, L.Psych
Associate Professor, UNB Fredericton. Dr. Ronis holds a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri and is a licensed clinical psychologist. He works with youth and families and provides assessment and therapy. His research and teaching have focused generally on youth emotional and behavioural adjustment problems and family relations. In particular, he has primarily conducted research on conduct problems, including juvenile sexual offending and other aggressive behaviour; family interaction patterns and family problems; and adolescent sexual development. He has also worked extensively in the community, as well as in health and correctional facilities for youth with serious mental health conditions. Dr. Ronis has been with UNB’s Psychology Department since 2009 and is currently the Director of Graduate Studies for the Department
Dr. Jean Craven, Ph.D, L.Psych
Having retired from her role as director, Dr. Craven continues to work in private practice and maintains an ongoing role as consultant at the PWC. She holds a Ph.D. in Clinical-Developmental Psychology from York University and has been licensed as a psychologist in the province of New Brunswick since 1993. Dr. Craven has worked in school psychology as well as the Mental Health system, primarily with children and adolescents. In addition, she works with adults in part-time private practice. Dr. Craven has been a Clinical Associate with the Department of Psychology at UNB since 1995 and has many years of experience supervising students and residents in psychology.
Supervision of Adult Services
Dr. Sandra Byers, Ph.D, L.Psych
Professor, UNB Fredericton. Dr. Byers holds a Ph.D. from West Virginia University and has been a licensed psychologist for over 35 years. Dr. Byers works with adults and couples and provides individual assessment and therapy; relationship and sex therapy and consultation. Dr. Byers has been with the UNB Psychology Department since 1978 and has been Chair of the Department of Psychology since 2003.
Dr. Mary Ann Campbell, Ph.D, L.Psych
Professor, UNB Saint John. Dr. Campbell holds a Ph.D. from Dalhousie University and has been a licensed psychologist for over 10 years. Dr. Campbell is a clinical psychologist in NB and NS and provides consulting services to various agencies on matters concerning criminal behavior, violence and mental health. Dr. Campbell has been with the UNB Psychology Department since 2003 and is Director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies.
Dr. Rebecca Mills, Ph.D, L.Psych
Contract Supervisor. Dr. Mills holds a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia and has been a licensed psychologist for almost 20 years. She works with adults with a variety of mental health problems including anxiety, depression and adjustment to illness and injury. She has been a Clinical Associate with the department since 2001 and is currently Director of Training for Horizon Health NB Clinical Internship Program.