Director & Psychologist
Rachel is a registered psychologist in Ontario and Alberta. Client groups served in both provinces include: children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Rachel is a member of the Ontario Psychological Association, The Ontario Association of Psychological Associates, The Canadian Psychological Association, and the International Society for Neurofeedback and Research. She is listed on the Canadian Register of Health Psychologists. She is also a member of Chi Sigma Iota and Psi Chi.
Rachel has been the director of Skerrett Psychology Professional Corporation since January 2011. She has experience working in private practice, hospital, agency, and school settings. Currently, she supervises staff, provides consultation, conducts presentations, and provides direct service to clients.
Rachel is a doctoral candidate at Grand Canyon University. Her research interests include measurement of neural network and executive function weaknesses common to ADHD and PTSD via QEEG and performance tasks. She is also interested in the effect of cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) on the default mode network (DMN), and auditory and visual attention. Rachel is currently recruiting adults with ADHD for a research study involving CES.
Outside of psychology, Rachel's interests involve horseback riding, travel, hiking and music. She and her family own a small farm in rural Niagara.