Dwight is a second year PhD student in Advanced Practice (Social Work) at the School of Social Work, Memorial University. His dissertation focuses on same sex relationships that includes a specific orientation to the profession of couples & family therapy and with individuals, a focus on personality disorders that include Borderline PD; and Schizophrenia; and psychosis related disorders. He is in private practice on his own, and in conjunction with Dr. Leigh Karos, a clinical psychologist in Ottawa, ON. His area of practice includes the use of Attachment, Object Relations & Analytical Approaches Psycho-Social Work with individuals, couples and families while utilizing other psychodynamic/integrative theories in couple and family based intervention. He has lectured on a sessional basis with the School of Social Work through Dalhousie University in Social Work & Welfare; Family Social Work and Addictions in the undergraduate and graduate programs. He is also a published author with the Journal of Interprofessional Care, and the Journal of Culture, Health & Sexuality. He also works for the Psychiatric Urgent Care Clinic in Kingston, Ontario at the Kingston General Hospital. Dwight also holds an Ontario Funeral Director's license. Dwight was certified as a specialist in Bereavement Trauma from the National Center for Crisis Management and the American Academy of Stress and Trauma in November 2012. He currently undergoes post graduate training with the International Masterson Institute for the study and treatment of Personality Disorders in New York, NY.
Dwight EA Thompson CBT, FD, BA, BSW, MSW RSW
Registered Social Worker & Certified Bereavement Trauma Specialist
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