Dr. Daniel Chorney is a clinical child psychologist who focuses on using evidence-based methods to assess and treat pediatric anxiety and related disorders.
Originally from Vancouver, Dr. Chorney completed his undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia and later received his Ph.D. from West Virginia University. During his clinical internship at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University he had the opportunity to train at the Pediatric Anxiety Research Center where he was involved in the assessment and treatment of OCD using a family-based treatment approach.
Prior to starting a private practice in 2012 Dr. Chorney worked at the IWK Hospital in Halifax as a Staff Psychologist within the Community Mental Health program and served as the Team Leader for the Anxiety Program (Treatment of Anxiety Group). He has a passion for public speaking and regularly provides professional development workshops to teachers on school refusal and child anxiety related topics.