Lifelong Learning for a Brighter World

Tami Reid


Tami is a Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta and a member of the Psychologist Association of Alberta (PAA). She has a graduate degree in Counselling Psychology and has been working in the field of addictions and mental health for more than 25 years. Over the years, Tami has supported the field of addictions by developing curriculum, facilitating professional development courses and supporting the development and implementation of National and Provincial initiatives related to Substance Abuse Prevention.

Clinically, Tami has held roles with Alberta Health Services within inpatient, outpatient, and rural based environments; offering opportunities to work with individuals in a number of diverse settings, including schools (K-12), justice and social service agencies. As an instructor, Tami can also draw upon her past experiences as a supervisor and clinical consultant to addiction counsellors, social workers and family therapists, providing care to youth and their families in outpatient, day treatment, and voluntary/involuntary detoxification programs.

In addition to McMaster University, Tami is also an online instructor for Mount Royal University’s Addiction Studies Certificate program and she balances her clinical time between her own private practice in Calgary and a small clinic in Cochrane, AB.