Dr. Tim Osachuk, C.Psych.
Dr. Tim Osachuk, C.Psych. is a Licensed Doctoral Clinical Psychologist, Tenured Associate Professor and Director of Internship Training for the Canadian Psychological Association Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship Program in Professional Psychology, Student Counselling Centre, University of Manitoba. His time is spent providing services to students having difficulties at the University, and providing clinical supervision and overseeing the training of two Doctoral Level Psychology Interns each year. He has a generalist practice, focused on briefer intervention approaches, with special interests in Mindfulness, Clinical Hypnosis, Therapies to alleviate Stress/Trauma/PTSD, Mind/Body Relationships, and the Psychology of Men and Masculinity.
Dr. Osachuk has served as an accreditation site visitor for the American Psychological Association, and is on the Site Visitor Roster of the Canadian Psychological Association. He has also served as the President-Elect, President and Past-President of the Manitoba Psychological Society.
He received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manitoba, and completed two supervised Pre-Doctoral one-year internships prior to completing his Ph.D.: 1) At the Student Counselling Centre University of Manitoba – Working with University Students; 2) Department of Clinical Health Psychology at the University of Manitoba in Adult Mental Health, with rotations in Clinical Hypnosis, Adult Inpatient, Psychogeriatric and Rural Practice.
Prior to returning to the Counselling Centre in July 2003, Dr. Osachuk worked in Hospital-Based Practice with Adult Inpatients at Selkirk Mental Health Centre, with Adolescents and Families at St. Boniface General Hospital, with outpatient Adults and Children within PsycHealth at the Health Sciences Centre, and in coordinating services for a young head injured person at the Rehab Hospital. He has been in Community-Based practice at Knowles Centre where he provided Clinical Services to adolescents and families and Supervision to other therapists within the River East School Division Day Treatment Program. He has also been a Psychological Associate in the private practices of two Clinical Psychologists in Winnipeg.
During his practice history, Dr. Osachuk has ample experience working with nurses in a variety of different practice roles. Over this last year, 40% of his time was deployed to providing an array of clinical services to School of Nursing students at the University of Manitoba.