Dr. Glen Davies, R. Psych.
Director of ABLE Developmental Clinic, Inc.
Dr. Glen Davies is a Registered Psychologist and Director of ABLE Developmental Clinic. Specializing in clinical child psychology, he provides assessment, counselling and consulting services for a broad range of child, youth, and family difficulties. To read more click here.
Dr. Kristen McFee, R. Psych.
Dr. Claire Winson-Jones, R. Psych.
Claire Winson-Jones is a registered psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, young adults and their families. Her focus is on the rights of clients and families and their needs to take a strength-based approach to treatment. Psychological assessments focus on the integration of personality, cognitive abilities, and vocational interests allowing young adults to achieve their education and career aspirations. The diagnostic assessment also includes autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and specific learning disorders. Claire has worked with diverse populations including individuals diagnosed with Gender Dysphoria, individuals with a history of trauma, and individuals with high-risk behaviours. Her focus includes treatment for a variety of psychological conditions including anxiety, depression, intellectual disabilities, ASD and a variety of behavioural disorders. Intervention approaches are informed by both the evidence-based literature and the client’s personal characteristics to include relational therapies, cognitive behavioural therapies, mindfulness and social skill development.
Dr. Erin Moon, R. Psych.
Dr. Erin Moon completed her doctoral training at Dalhousie University (Halifax, NS). She is a Registered Psychologist specializing in child and youth clinical psychology. Dr. Moon provides evidence-based assessment and therapy for children and youth with anxiety, depression, and behavioural challenges. She has expertise in helping young people cope with a wide range of medical conditions and has a particular interest in the management of pediatric pain. Dr. Moon provides cognitive-behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing, behavioural parent training, and consultation to schools and healthcare professionals. She takes a family-centered approach, which involves working with parents to understand their child’s unique strengths and challenges and helping families reach their goals.
Dr. Leslie Blake, R. Psych.
Leslie Blake is a registered psychologist who has worked in the helping professions for over 30 years. She began her career as a critical care nurse, working for a decade in several large teaching hospitals. Leslie holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing; a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology; and a Master of Arts and PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Leslie‘s clinical experience encompasses a wide range of clinical settings with diverse client populations, including counselling students at UBC-Counselling Services; assessment and counselling of young adults diagnosed with Gender Dysphoria, and psycho-vocational and rehabilitation assessment and counselling of individuals with trauma and chronic pain.
At the ABLE Clinic, Leslie’s focus is on providing evidence-based psychological assessment of adolescents and young adults. Her diagnostic psycho- educational assessments integrate an understanding of her client’s unique personality, their cognitive and academic strengths and challenges, and their education and vocational goals. Leslie’s volunteer activities center around supporting and empowering youth. She has been a volunteer counsellor and educator for AIDS Vancouver Island and the Crisis Centre of Greater Vancouver. Leslie has been a volunteer Board member of Adam’s Apples Foundation, a non-profit foundation supporting youth mental health, since 2015.
Jessica Moore, MA
Jessica completed her Master of Arts at UBC and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Behavior Science from McGill. Trained in School Psychology, she specializes in assessment, intervention and program planning for children and adolescents experiencing learning, attention and behavioural difficulties.
Leslie Zanette, M.Psy, RCC
Leslie Zanette is a Masters-level clinician currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Adler University. She has experience in various clinical settings, including: private practice, community organizations, and correctional, inpatient and outpatient settings. Leslie has worked as part of multi-disciplinary teams dedicated to providing recommendations and treatment plans to support individuals with their behavioural and academic needs. She has experience working with individuals from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, ranging across the lifespan.
Leslie is supervised by Dr. Glen Davies, R. Psych. All of the assessment reports will be read by Dr. Davies. For extended health purposes, Dr. Davies name and CPBC # will be indicated on all receipts. Please contact your extended health provider to confirm that they will reimburse psychological services for a supervised practice.
Alessia Lista, M.Psy, RCC
Alessia Lista is registered with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors and holds a master’s degree in psychology. She is currently completing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Adler University. Alessia has extensive experience providing psychoeducational assessments and therapy to individuals of all ages with emotional, behavioural, and developmental needs. She has conducted psychoeducational assessments in both English and French in a variety of settings, including private practice, community support centers, and schools. Alessia’s therapeutic approach is open and non-judgmental. She uses a number of evidence-based interventions that are flexible and tailored to her clients’ individual needs. Alessia is trained in multiple treatment modalities including, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical-behavioural therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), psychodynamic therapy, and mindfulness-based approaches.
Matthew Lee, MA
Matthew Lee has a doctorate in School and Applied Child Psychology from the University of British Columbia. He has held positions in school, community, and hospitals, and is currently a member of the Complex Developmental Behavioural Conditions team at Sunny Hill Health Centre at BC Children's Hospital. Matthew specializes in the psychoeducational assessments of children and youth, particularly those who are educated in French as a Second Language (such as the French Immersion or Francophone schools programs). He also draws on his experience with working on nationally-funded research projects with children with attention exceptionalities to consult with parents, teachers and administrators to help them manage challenging behaviours. As a parent and a former teacher, Matthew strives to provide caregivers the information they need to support their children at home and at school. As Matthew is currently in the process of registering with the College of Psychologists of British Columbia, his work is supervised by Drs. Glen Davies and Krista Johnson.