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Dr. Maya Roth

Maya Roth - March, 2015Dr. Maya Roth is a Clinical Psychologist at the Operational Stress Injury Clinic, in London, Ontario. She is currently involved in clinical outreach services to veterans, members of the Canadian Forces, and eligible members of the RCMP who reside within the Greater Toronto Area. In addition to being an Adjunct Member of the Yeates School of Graduate Studies at Ryerson University, Dr. Roth is an Allied Scientist of the Lawson Health Research Institute in London, Ontario.

Dr. Roth completed her Bachelor of Arts Specialized Honours in Psychology at York University in 2002, her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at Queen’s University in 2004, and her Doctor of Arts in Clinical Psychology at York University in 2009. She completed a predoctoral internship at the London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium and has been working at the Parkwood Hospital Operational Stress Injury Clinic since September 2008. Dr. Roth is certified as a Prolonged Exposure therapist and supervisor through the Centre for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety at the University of Pennsylvania, and as a Cognitive Processing Therapy Therapist.

Dr. Roth is involved in research examining treatment outcome in posttraumatic stress disorder and mood disorders among military and veteran personnel, as well as the examination of pain and psychological distress at end of life. Clinically, Dr. Roth’s practice involves the assessment and treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder and other sequelae of military service, including other mood and anxiety disorders, and chronic pain. She is also interested in the dissemination of evidence-based treatment for military-related PTSD. She has presented clinical workshops on the topics of evidence-based psychotherapy for military-related PTSD at conferences, and has published book chapters in this area.


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