About PsInnovations Clinical Practice Solutions

PSInnovations Clinical Pratice Solutions is operated by Matt J. Kalichuk and is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Matt attended Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick and graduated in 2006 with a B.A. Honours Degree in Psychology. Matt was named to the Dean's List for the academic years 2004-2006 and was a recipient of the Mount Allison University Scholarship for Returning Students in 2005.

Working under the supervision of Dr. Alexander M. Wilson, Matt's undergraduate thesis "Aspects of Personality in Compensated Dyslexia" focused on personality factors that are associated with the ability of individuals with learning disabilities to compensate for their disability. In 2006, his thesis was distinguished with the Canadian Psychological Association's Certificate of Academic Excellence, awarded to students with the best undergraduate theses in their program of study.

Following graduation in 2006, Matt accepted a research assistant position at the Meighen Center for Learning Assistance and Research at Mount Allison, where he continued to conduct research in the field of learning disabilities on several projects at schools across Canada, including the PACFOLD Project.

In 2010, Matt founded PSInnovations Clinical Practice Solutions to provide research assistant services to psychologists in private practice and educational settings across Canada.

Matt's research interests are focused on the compensation strategies of individuals with learning disabilities, the relationship between diet, exercise, and depression, and the management of obesity through behavioral intervention.

Additional information: info@psinnovations.ca