Dr. Judy Le Page, R. Psych
Dr. Judy Le Page is a registered psychologist and associate with Le Page and Associates. She received her Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia, where her primary studies were in civil forensic and rehabilitation psychology, law, and behavioural medicine. She previously worked at a private interdisciplinary pain clinic for several years. She adopts a similarly collaborative approach of working with other healthcare professionals treating her patients, in order to achieve optimal progress. The focus of her clinical practice is in the area of pain, illness, and disability management to patients suffering from a variety of chronic illness and pain conditions, mood disorders, head injuries, workplace stress, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Her clinical approach includes evidence-based treatments, including cognitive-behaviour therapy, behavioural activation, biofeedback, and interpersonal therapy. Dr. Le Page also offers psycho-legal assessments (independent examinations) of psychological injuries, and consultation services to plaintiff and defense counsels. The psycho-legal assessments involve a comprehensive examination of multiple sources of information, including a diagnostic clinical interview, standardized psychological assessment inventories, symptom validity measures, and the examination of collateral information (e.g., interviewing others familiar with the patient).
Dr. Le Page also holds an appointment as Adjunct Professor in the Division of Rheumatology, within the Department of Medicine, at the University of British Columbia, where she participates in the clinical teaching of Rheumatology Fellows, provides clinical consultation within the Division, and conducts research on the credibility of chronic pain. She has published book chapters, peer reviewed journal articles and abstracts, and has presented her research at a number of national and international scientific conferences. Dr. Le Page is also an active member of the International Association of the Study of Pain, and the Canadian Pain Society
DR TONY LE PAGE, R. Psych.
He provides an evidence-based treatment approach, including cognitive-behaviour therapy and interpersonal therapy. Dr. Le Page also conducts disability evaluations, which focus on evaluating factors related to psychological distress in the workplace, and ways of facilitating work return.
Dr. Le Page holds an appointment as Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology, at Simon Fraser University, where he provides clinical supervision to graduate students in Clinical Psychology. He has given presentations and workshops to professional and lay audiences, as well as to management level employees at public and private organizations.