I am a clinical and forensic psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. I completed my PhD at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia) and my Predoctoral Internship through River Valley Health (Fredericton, New Brunswick). I obtained my undergraduate degree from the University of Western Ontario (Western University) where I was also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in previous years. In addition, I am a member of both the Ontario Psychological Association and the Canadian Psychological Association.

I have had the pleasure of working with a number of wonderful people before starting my own practice, including most recently having worked as a psychologist for the members of a large police service as well as for their families. For over six years, I have also worked as an associate in other established practices providing psychological services for adults, adolescents, children, and families. This work included assessment, treatment, and consultative services through Oxford Psychological Services in Woodstock (where I still work on a part-time basis) and at Archways Centre for CBT in London, ON. Prior to this, and following graduation, I was fortunate to have obtained a position at the London Family Court Clinic providing these services for children, adolescents, adults, and families involved in the justice system.

During my internship, I provided psychological services for inpatients and outpatients in diverse settings. These settings included a regional hospital, an Operational Stress Injury Clinic for veterans and members of the Canadian Forces as well as eligible members of the RCMP, and a hospital located in a rural community. During my training, I also provided services in community mental health, military, university, and forensic psychiatric hospital settings.

Through these experiences, I have developed solid skills in evidence-based approaches for helping clients with drawing on their strengths to solve problems, manage challenges, and cope with stressful life events. My treatment approach is client-centered and I often draw on cognitive-behavioural and existential perspectives. Because working with children, youth, and families often necessitates an integrative approach, other perspectives and techniques may be incorporated as well (e.g., attachment, play).

I am here to provide support to you and those you care about.


Dr. Marcus Juodis, C. Psych.

PO Box 22065 Wilton

London, Ontario, Canada

N6A 6H8

Phone: (519) 871-6632

Fax: (519) 286-6525

Email: marcus.juodis@protonmail.com

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