Dr. Roxana Sterniczuk, Ph. D., R. Psych. Registered Psychologist
Co-Founder & Principal Director
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Dr. Roxana Sterniczuk is a registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists, in the Province of Alberta. She has specialized training to practice within the areas of Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation. She is also a member in good standing with the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta and a Member-at-Large of the Canadian Psychological Association Clinical Neuropsychology section executive.
Regarding education, she completed Masters and Doctoral degrees at the University of Calgary, in the area of Psychology with a specialization in Behavioral Neuroscience. She expanded her clinical research training during a 2-year Post-doctoral Fellowship at Dalhousie University, in the areas of Psychology, Psychiatry, and Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Sterniczuk also holds a Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Dalhousie University, and she has specialized residency training in Clinical Neuropsychology from University of Toronto affiliate, Baycrest Health Sciences.
She has 15 years of clinical and research expertise in the fields of sleep, aging, dementia, and brain health. Her clinical focus involves the assessment, treatment, and prevention of cognitive challenges, in adults and older adults. Additionally, she specializes in treating sleep problems (insomnia), as well as helping people manage chronic pain and changing life circumstances.
She provides consultation services to local and national sleep has published her work in numerous peer-reviewed scientific journals and has been invited to contribute her knowledge to educational textbooks in the fields of circadian and geriatric medicine. Dr. Sterniczuk also welcomes ongoing research opportunities pertaining to brain health and aging, including exploration of the relationships between sleep and circadian rhythms, cognitive functioning, and risk of dementia.
Outside of the clinic, she jumps at any opportunity to travel and explore new foods, cultures, and historical sites. You can also find her skiing in the mountains, lost in a good book, and taking long walks with her two dogs.