Biography

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.

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Dr. Fiona Meek