Cornerstone Psychological Services offers specialized treatment in many areas of counselling and therapy for children (ages 10 and up), adolescents, teens, adults, couples and families. With professionalism and sensitivity, we use a science based model of therapeutic practice to find the quickest way to resolve core issues. Our goal is to provide our clients with experiences that promote real and lasting change. Please contact for more information or to book an appointment.
Brad Peters, Psychologist
Brad is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. He holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) degree in Clinical Life-Span Psychology. His graduate training involved 3 years, including doctoral-level coursework, at the University of Victoria. He has conducted research related to family and child development, including pediatric pain and issues related to parental separation and divorce. Brad is a part-time psychology professor at Saint Mary's University in Halifax. In his therapy practice, Brad works with children (10+), adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Brad considers himself a “theoretical integrationist.” His approach begins with an understanding that we each have a unique experience of the world and have our own story to tell. Brad emphasizes that while we are in large part driven by biological processes, that requisite biology has been shaped and is constantly being shaped, by our relationships with other people (both past and present), and by larger sociocultural influences. In psychology terms, his therapy work would draw upon humanistic-existential, neuroscientific, attachment, and psychodynamic theories. Brad uses a variety of therapy interventions and will use an approach that best serves a particular individual, couple, or family.