Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, U.K. – 2010
Psychology BSc (Hons.), Newcastle University, Newcastle, U.K. – 2004
International Baccalaureate Diploma, Exeter College, Exeter, U.K. – 1999
College of Psychologists of Ontario
Ontario Psychological Association
Registered Clinical Psychologist with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
International Coach Federation (ICF) accredited Coach
About Dr Stewart
Dr. Stewart has international experience in both public and private settings. He is experienced in the assessment and treatment of a range of conditions including PTSD, chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, and depression. He has worked in Europe, South East Asia, Africa and North America. These experiences have taught him the importance of understanding and working within peoples’ cultures and belief systems, adapting his approach to meet the unique needs of each person.
Dr. Stewart is a psychologist because he has a genuine faith in humanity and believes he can make a meaningful difference in peoples’ lives. He is often inspired by the courage and determination by those overcoming significant life challenges and traumas.
When Dr. Stewart is not working, he loves spending time with family and being active. He enjoys running and learning new sports. Since moving to Canada, he has taken an interest in national sports. He fears a hockey career may have already passed him by, so instead, has turned to Nordic Skiing. He also loves music and playing the guitar.