Dr. Allyson Clarke
Dr. Allyson Clarke, Ph.D.
Registered Doctoral Psychologist
Senior Psychologist, Kinetik Rehabilitation Services
Dr. Allyson Clarke was born and raised in Saskatoon, SK. She completed a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree at the University of Saskatchewan, followed by a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in Counselling/Clinical Psychology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT). Following graduate school, Dr. Clarke returned to the prairies to complete
her internship training and professional registration. She is a Registered Doctoral Psychologist with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists (#897) and holds an Authorized Practice Endorsement for psychological diagnosis.
Dr. Clarke worked in several clinical settings prior to her current position at Kinetik, including private practice, a community-based counselling centre and a university-based EAP program. She began working within multidisciplinary rehabilitation programs in 2015, first with FIT for Active Living (a tertiary rehabilitation program for individuals injured in motor vehicle collisions) and then with Kinetik Rehabilitation Services in 2017. She is currently the Senior Psychologist
with Kinetik, where she oversees the clinic’s psychological services.
Dr. Clarke provides psychological assessment and treatment with adults struggling with issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, pain management, identity issues, and relationship problems. In addition to her academic training, she has completed additional training in Prolonged Exposure (PE) therapy for trauma, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), cognitive-behavioural therapy, and solution-focused therapy. Dr. Clarke believes in working with clients in a collaborative, respectful and holistic way. She strives to help individuals realize the strengths they already possess and empower them to use these strengths – as well as any new learning that can be gained – to persevere and move forward in their healing and growth.