Stacey Roles RN PhD Psychotherapist (she/her) is an Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT) Certified Trainer Consultant and Certified Cognitive Therapist and is also credentialed with the Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (CACBT).
Stacey has advanced training and supervision in CBT, prolonged exposure therapy, brainspotting therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapies, solution focused therapy, dialectical behavioural therapy and compassion focused therapy. She is competent in treating clients across the lifespan from early childhood to older adults and works with individuals, couples and a variety of other forms of relationships. She is an Adjunct Professor at Laurentian University with the School of Nursing and held the title of associate CBT lead for the advanced CBT lectures in the psychiatry residency program at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine University where she currently holds the rank of Assistant Professor.
Stacey has extensive experience working with First Nations populations throughout Ontario specifically in the remote and rural areas of Northern Ontario.
Stacey Roles PhD, specializes in providing consulting services to those who work with complex mental health presentations, in both large and small organizations. She has extensive experience consulting with mental health clinicians and supportive staff in Indigenous communities and offers an assortment of other specialized or advanced learning and consulting options to meet the unique needs of individual organizations.
Stacey leads the CBT Training Centre of the North and Roles & Associates Psychotherapy Services Inc. Stacey oversees client care at all sites with all clinicians listed on her team.