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Clinical Psychologist (Children, Teens, Adults)
Dr. Hendry has clinical training and experience working with people ranging in age from 6 years old to 69 years old, who present with a wide range of difficulties including anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, addictions, eating disorders, adjustment issues, interpersonal and relational difficulties, and chronic pain. She has received training in a variety of treatment modalities, but works primarily from an interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) approach with emphasis on mindfulness, acceptance, and emotional expression. She also provides giftedness screening assessments to children.
In addition to providing clinical services at Brookside Psychologists, she also holds a position as Adjunct Faculty Supervisor at The Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment, University of Waterloo, and Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct), Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, McMaster University.
Dr. Hendry earned her Ph.D. degree in Psychology at the University of Guelph in 2012. She completed her doctoral internship training at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Child, Youth, and Family Program), where she provided support to children and youth presenting with gender identity concerns, addictions, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. She has also completed training at Hamilton Health Sciences, McMaster Children’s Hospital, the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board, and Toronto Catholic District School Board.
Spere, K.A., Evans, M.A., Hendry, C.A., & Mansell, J. (2008). Linguistic differences between shy and non-shy preschoolers: Does performance anxiety play a role? Journal of Child Language, 35, 1-19.
Hendry, C.A. & Henning, K. (2010). Assessing the contribution of relational aggression to friendship quality using an actor-partner interdependence model. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Adolescence, 2010 SRA Biennial Meeting, Philedelphia, PA.
Hendry, C.A. & Henning, K. (2009). Predicting intimacy in late adolescent dyads using the actorpartner interdependence model. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) 2009 SRCD Biennial Meeting, Denver, CO.
Hendry, C.A. & Hennig, K. (2008). Keep your friends close: Relational aggression and friendship quality in late adolescence. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Adolescence (SRA) 2008 SRA Biennial Meeting, Chicago, IL.
Hendry, C.A., Hartwick, C., & Hennig, K. H. (June, 2007). Peer deviancy and close friendships: Who gets into more trouble? Poster presented at the 68th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, Ontario.
Hartwick, C., Hendry, C.A., & Hennig, K. H. (March, 2007) S.exual harassment and relational aggression in adolescent peer and dating relationships. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.
Hendry, C.A., Hennig, K. (2006). Correlates of same sex negative peer talk: Exploring name calling in adolescent girls. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Adolescence (SRA) 2006 SRA Biennial Meeting.