Keri Sullivan is a Registered Psychologist who has over 20 years experience working in the field of child and adolescent mental health. She has worked in supporting adolescents, families, groups and adults in school, hospital and private settings. These roles have included working as a family therapist at Hull Home; a school psychologist at the Junior and Senior High School levels; a clinical supervisor at the Calgary Eating Disorder Program and as a supervisor to chartering psychologists.
Her integrative, strength-based approach is strongly informed by neuroscience, attachment-theory and emotionally-focused therapy and is aimed to support every individual’s innate capacity for healing and well-being. Keri believes in the healing power that exists within families. She is particularly passionate about supporting the healing of estranged parent-child relationships and helping caregivers support their loved one in finding freedom from eating disorders and other mental health struggles.
Keri is incredibly grateful to the Lionheart Foundation for the opportunity to support adolescent girls and their families. She also would like to thank the Foundation for providing ongoing professional development and training to support effective and research-based care.
Personally, Keri loves to spend time in nature with her husband and 2 boys. This is usually with a cup of coffee.