Julie Chang has Masters’ Degrees in Clinical Psychology/Neuropsychology and Clinical Counselling. In addition to professional training and experiences in psychotherapy and treatment, clinical counselling, behavioral intervention, and neuropsychological assessments, Julie also has a background in psychological studies at the doctorate’s level. She uses her previous PhD work in empirical research and current doctoral training in clinical psychology to supplement her current clinical practice, making her unique as a practitioner of both clinical-scientist and scientist-practitioner models.
Julie has worked with BC Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse (BCSMSSA), Family Services of Greater Vancouver (FSGV), Chimo Community Services, Elicare Medical Group, and MindRight Counselling. She has provided individual and couple/family therapy, treatments, and assessments to individuals for disorders and issues including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, feeding and eating disorders, trauma- and stressor-related disorders, neurocognitive disorders, affect management, self-regulation, stress management, sexual/physical abuse and violence, crisis intervention and stabilization, couple/marital/parenting conflicts, academic/work stress, identity crisis/exploration, self-introspective needs, loneliness, and relationship difficulties. She identifies as a cisgender female who is open to clients belonging to the LGBTQIA2S+ communities.