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James Bateman R. Psych.

Mental health professional/coachCarter Haave Vandersteen Bateman Vroon
Work #206, 10240 – 124 Street Edmonton Alberta Work Phone: (780) 424-0123Work Fax: (780) 424-0127Website: www.chvbv.ca
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Biographical Info

Mr. Jim Bateman is a Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta. He has been registered since 1996. As a Registered Psychologist, Mr. Bateman adheres to the ethical and legal guidelines that govern the profession of psychology. Mr. Bateman has extensive experience providing assessments, diagnoses and psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families. Depression, anxiety, anger management, learning issues, relationship issues, young child and adolescent concerns, and family systems are Mr. Bateman’s predominate areas of expertise.
Mr. Bateman has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Alberta, and a Master of Arts in Counselling from Gonzaga University, Spokane, Washington.

Primary Areas of Work:

  • Play therapy
  • Adolescent therapy and risk assessment
  • Relationship and marital therapy
  • Family therapy/blended family integration
  • Assessment services
  • Family restructuring therapy/high conflict
  • Divorce Interventions

Professional Affiliations:

  • College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Psychologists’ Association of Alberta
  • Canadian Psychological Association
  • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

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Updated 9 months ago.


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