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Short video of Dr. Corrick's avatar waving hello in front of the sea logo.


Why am I introducing an avatar?

I'm Dr. Corrick, the voice behind our self-help recordings.

Because I want to extend my reach and help more people.

Currently, these limit me to providing psychological services only to residents of Alberta.

As a Registered Psychologist (Alberta, Canada), I am bound by my professional standards of practice and code of ethics.




This version of me, was created to identify when I am providing self-help resources, such as the products you'll find on this site. 

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Dr. Corrick's Story

Dr. Corrick co-owns and co-operates a successful online therapy practice in Alberta, Canada.

He specializes in the treatment of body-focused repetitive behaviours (BFRBs - like hair pulling and skin picking) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

Short animated video of Dr. Corrick's avatar talking.
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Dr. Corrick has a special interest in clinical hypnotherapy and the benefits of working with the unconscious mind.

Dr. Corrick's general areas of treatment also include anxiety, confidence, grief & loss, perfectionism, and relationship challenges.

To reach more people, Dr. Corrick developed the self-help tools and learning resources you’ll find on this site.

Dr. Corrick’s wealth of experience led him to recognize the significant barriers people face in accessing evidence-based resources.

Short animated video of Dr. Corrick's avatar in the recording studio.



With respect, and in the spirit of truth and reconciliation, Dr. Corrick Woodfin acknowledges that our practice, and those that we serve, are located throughout this land described as the Province of Alberta, which is situated on the traditional and ancestral territories of the Indigenous people represented by Treaties 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10.


We also acknowledge the homelands of the Métis, including the 8 Métis Settlements and the 6 Métis Regions; and Inuit.


We are grateful to the many First Nations, Métis Nation and Inuit peoples who have been stewards of this land for generations, which they now share with us. 


We recognize the impact of colonization on Indigenous peoples in Canada and within the profession of psychology.


We are committed to our responsibility as professionals and the shared journey towards reconciliation.


We are continually implementing and respecting Indigenous ways of knowing by acknowledging, connecting, and learning. 

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