Dr. Fiona Meek

Clinical Psychologist

I am a registered clinical and school psychologist serving children, adolescent, and adult populations in the Sarnia and Lambton Shores regions.

I obtained my doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2020 from the University of Ottawa. I have worked in a variety of diverse settings including school boards, private practices, community mental health organizations, and a specialized acute-care hospital for children. Furthermore, I have experience working with a wide range of presenting issues including anxiety and mood disorders, behavioural and emotion-regulation challenges, complex trauma and post-traumatic stress, relational and attachment issues, grief, navigating life transitions, learning disorders, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

As a doctoral level psychologist, I received extensive training in the areas of assessment, formulation, and treatment for a multitude of psychological conditions in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. As such, the therapy approaches that I use in my practice are evidence based and grounded in scientific research. The primary approaches that I use are cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), as well as second wave CBT approaches (e.g., cognitive processing therapy (CPT), mindfulness-based CBT)), emotion-focused therapy, and play-based therapy with younger children. 

Dr. Fiona Meek- Psychologist Sarnia, ON

Dr. Fiona Meek, Lambton Shores Psychology

Suffering is an inevitable experience at times; it is not until we find ways to move through the pain that healing begins.

On a personal note, I spent most summers growing up at a family cottage in the Lambton Shores region and I developed a strong sense of connection to the area. In times of adversity throughout my life, I have always found peace and a sense of calm in Lambton Shores, specifically near Lake Huron. I am honoured to now be providing psychological services to this community, which I feel strongly connected and proud to be a part of.

At times, life feels like a storm on the lake, causing waves to violently thrash, feeling uncontrollable and pulling us in every direction. Eventually, the storm calms and the waves stabilize, regaining their original rhythm.


Dr. Fiona Meek