Dr. Kathryn Greenaway, C. Psych.
207-85 Norfolk St.
Guelph ON N1H 4J4
(519) 836-9880 fax
“To create and nurture an environment of hospitality and respect which can inspire and encourage all around me to discover, within themselves, the depth of life.”
Dr. Kathryn Greenaway has a doctorate in Psychology from York University (Toronto, Canada) awarded in 1984. She is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, the Ontario Psychological Association, and the Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.
Dr. Greenaway was the co-founder and Chair of the Guelph - Wellington Women's Health Advisory Committee and served on the Guelph - Wellington Hospital Redevelopment Committee (Blundell). She is a Past Vice-Chair of the Guelph General Hospital Board of Commissioners and former member of the Continuing Education Faculty at the University of Guelph. She has made numerous educational presentations and continues to present workshops and seminars.
A former member of the Psychology Department at the Homewood Health Centre for 10 years she has been in private practice since 1990.
Dr. Greenaway was born in Guelph, raised in Montreal, Chicago and Zurich, Switzerland. Prior to returning to her university studies, she worked for an airline, and for a Caribbean Ministry of Tourism and has traveled extensively.
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Claristery: How We Can Live
The “Claristery Map” can be used for:
· team building,
· improving relationships,
· personal growth,
· developing an understanding of how one lives,
· learning how we can change, and
· implementing strategies to make better choices for ourselves in all areas of our lives.
This workshop is presented in various formats including retreats, lecture series and custom design for your workplace. You can register for the next workshop on line if you wish.
Who Are Psychologists?
To qualify for registration as a Psychologist a person must:
· Hold a Ph.D. from a recognized university.
· Successfully complete a comprehensive written examination that is standard throughout North America.
· Successfully complete an oral examination designed to evaluate readiness for professional practice and knowledge of ethics and standards.