has been a psychologist and university professor, now retired from both.
He was in private practice in psychology from 1977 to 1992, part time and full time from 1992 to the 2012. He has taught courses in psychology, applied psychology, adult education and special education including courses in counselling, group process, adult learning, and clinical assessment including projective techniques. His private practice focused on couple and family counselling, personal and spiritual problems, and working with chronic pain and head injury recovery.
He holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and, with his wife has been involved in Buddhist Practice with Thich Nhat Hanh including several week long retreats and one 21 day retreat.
was a psychotherapist in private practice. She also ran workshops for couples with her husband, Robert MacIntyre. The bulk of her practice was with individuals and couples dealing with stress, change, and transformations in their life. Her therapy approach focused on the present life situation of the client and the psychological and emotional underpinnings of that situation. She worked with couples to develop skills of communication and empathy for the confrontation of stressors in the life of the family. With individuals she focused on the changes and transformations necessary for personal happiness and growth.
She holds a B.A. and a M.Ed. degree in Counselling.
Other training includes study in:
Imago Relationship Therapy and Workshop Presenter with over 100 hours of study and supervision in relationship therapy with Dr. Harville Hendrix;
Psychosynthesis In depth study and supervision in spiritual psychology with Dr. John Weiser and Ann Weiser in Toronto and Dr. Tom Yeomans in Massachusetts;
Buddhist Practice with Thich Nhat Hanh including several week long retreats and one 21 day retreat.