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​​​​​​​​​​​Heather Hargraves graduated with her MA in Counselling Psychology from Western University, in London, Ontario, Canada. Her Masters thesis investigated how neurofeedback can help those struggling with various forms of trauma. Heather also holds a BAH in Philosophy from the University of Windsor. Between her degrees Heather worked as a yoga instructor,  and meditation teacher. Heather's strength lies in her understanding of the neurological basis of various mental health disorders and her ability to explain and educate how various forms of therapy, including mindfulness therapies, can be used to address specific needs. Heather is particularly interested in how neurofeedback and heart rate variability therapy can help a client move through various issues that have proven to be slow to respond to traditional talk therapies alone. Heather will be working under the clinical supervision of Dr. Tamara Biederman.

 Mark Petter, Ph.D.

I am a clinical psychologist registered with the  College of Psychologists of Ontario. I am licensed to provide psychological services in the areas of Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology, and Rehabilitation Psychology.

​Heather Hargraves ​MA 

Neurofeedback Therapist



​​​After receiving my Masters of Education – Counselling from the University of Western Ontario in 1988 I was employed in the Psychology Department of the London Health Science Centre (LHSC) for twenty years. While employed at LHSC, I provided psychological services in the Behavioral Medicine and Adult Mental Health Divisions. I started my private practice in 2007 and have worked as a consultant with the Traumatic Stress Workplace program. I am also an approved health service provider for the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).

Nancy Davis, Ph.D.


​My work with patients is grounded in the feminist principles of collaboration and respect for the individuals' own authority regarding their experience. My work includes acknowledging the interaction between the individual and the systems that the person is a part of, such as family, culture, and work environment, and how that interaction contributes to the person's lived experience. I value focusing on my patients' strengths and capacity for resilience, even though much of the work may involve engaging with areas of distress including depression, anxiety, and grief.

​​​​​​My practice focuses on providing assessment and treatment to adults with a variety of physical and psychological difficulties. I work from a cognitive- behavioural perspective and I have also received training in mindfulness- based treatments, including  completing professional training with Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn. I am particularly interested in helping individual's cope with stress, injury, illness, and pain. A goal of my practice is to provide my clients with the most scientifically supported treatments available​.

I am a clinical psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Dalhousie University in 2014. Since graduating I have been employed at Victoria Hospital with the Traumatic Stress Workplace Program.

Dr. Tamara Biederman

Elizabeth Sutherland

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​​I am a clinical psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario.  I received my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2002 and completed my post-doctoral training at the University of Michigan in 2004.  I moved to London in 2009 and I'm excited to be a part of Dr. Biederman's practice and to serve the mental health needs of the London Community.