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Dr. Keating

Dr. Trista Keating is a specialist in the assessment of toddler, child, and youth Autism Spectrum Disorder (including its different presentation in girls), learning disorders, ADHD, anxiety/depression, and a wide variety of other conditions.

Dr. Trista received her undergraduate degree in psychology from McGill University and completed her Ph.D. in School Psychology at the University of Alberta.


Following her education, Dr. Trista held several roles in school psychology before returning to a university setting. In her position at the University of Calgary, she taught courses on topics including behavioural supports, educational psychology, the educational assessment of exceptional children, and evidence-based interventions for child/youth social-emotional disorders. She also was chosen to supervise the graduate students and operations of the university clinic.

For more than a decade, Dr. Trista has worked in private practice by drawing on this academic and hands-on experience to create positive outcomes for her clients.


As a mother, daughter and friend to many children, adults and families with learning, emotional and behavioural challenges, she has come to understand the difficulties families encounter more intimately. This experience continues to inform her client interactions as she more fully appreciates many sides of the process.

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Faith received her B.Sc. (Honours) in Psychology and Neuroscience from Acadia University and completed her M.A. in School Psychology at Mount Saint Vincent University in Nova Scotia.



Faith’s undergraduate and master’s theses both focused on childhood populations, within the context of neurocognitive health and reading skill development. Throughout her time as a student, Faith held additional roles as a Lead Teaching Assistant, Guest Lecturer, and Literacy Laboratory Manager. Faith has received multiple awards for her accomplishments in teaching, leadership, and research. Following her education, Faith worked within the public school system in Nova Scotia as a School Psychologist (Candidate Register). Outside of academia, Faith’s love of children led her to take on roles as a preschool teacher, nanny, and volunteer with youth experiencing intellectual, learning, and mental health challenges. Faith believes in the power of evidence-based interventions, relationships, and supports which allow for children and teens to reach their potential and experience success."

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