Dr. Lisa Dulgar-Tulloch is a clinical and health psychologist who enjoys working with individuals across a broad spectrum of experiences and identities with a focus on treating relationship issues, anxiety and mood disorders, trauma, and stress-related illnesses.
Dr. Dulgar-Tulloch received her Ph.D. from the University at Albany and completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School before spending the last seven years working with university students at the University at Albany. She is a member of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists, the American Psychological Association, the Ontario Psychological Association and the Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies.
Using the frameworks of cognitive behavioural therapy and dialectical behavioural therapy, Dr. Dulgar-Tulloch helps clients shift their focus to the here and now, placing a high value on an individual’s existing strengths while identifying areas for personal growth. She believes therapy should incorporate empathy, compassion, and a sense of humour.
Please note that our associates work with many presenting issues, some of which are not listed in this biography. Please speak to our intake team at 416-363-4228 for more information.
CBT Associates is a large, well-established and rapidly-growing network of clinics that provides evidence-based psychological services to children, adolescents, adults of all ages, and couples.
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The first important difference between psychotherapists and psychologists is the number of years of education and training required to register by each college. The College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario requires members to complete any recognized training program in psychotherapy, with 450 hours of direct client contact, and 100 hours of clinical supervision. In contrast, to... Read More