Wendy L. Rogers, Ph.D.
Title: Clinical and Consulting Psychologist
Degrees Obtained: Ph.D., Clinical Psychology (Dean’s List), McGill University (1991)
(1998-present) Licenced Member #311, College of Psychologists of New Brunswick
(1992-1998) Licensed member of the Ordre des Psychologues Professionnels du Québec
Operational Trauma and Stress Support Centre (OTSSC), Mental Health Clinic
Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, Oromocto, NB
I work full time with active-duty military members in an occupational medicine setting, providing diagnostic assessment and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders and other comorbid Axis I and Axis II conditions. I have a particular interest in the assessment and treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Our setting takes advanced practicum students, and we accepted our first intern in 2011/2012. Typically we can take only one student at a time. Students participate in all aspects of clinical work. The setting provides the opportunity to gain cultural competence with military personnel and experience in the assessment and treatment of a variety of mood and anxiety disorders. Specialized assessment protocols are taught to the practicum students, and interns have the additional opportunity to learn treatment protocols for combat-related PTSD. A particular strength of our setting is the multi-disciplinary teamwork, not only within the mental health clinic but with the general medical treatment providers. Students may take part in ongoing research projects if they so wish.
Cross-validation of the War Events Inventory (WEI) in a Canadian military population. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Psychological Association, Halifax, June 2012.
Introduction to Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, February 2012: one-day workshop presented at UNB Psychology Department
Recent Professional Awards: UNB Psychology Department Clinical Associate Award 2006/7.
Contact Information: WendyRogers@forces.gc.ca