Dr. Juliana Negreiros
Dr. Juliana Negreiros is a registered psychologist who has extensive clinical and research experience working with children and youth with anxiety, OCD, and behavioural difficulties. She received her masters and doctoral degrees in School Psychology from the University of British Columbia (UBC). Currently, Dr. Juliana runs a private practice in Port Moddy where she provides treatment to youth and their families using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) techniques as well as she conducts psycho-educational assessments. In addition, Dr. Juliana is a postdoctoral fellow at the Provincial OCD Program at British Columbia Children’s Hospital (BCCH) where she has been conducting studies on neurocognition, academic functioning, and treatment outcome in pediatric OCD for over seven years.
Dr. Juliana provides in-service trainings and workshops on anxiety, OCD, and cognitive and academic functioning nationally and internationally, and she has published peer-reviewed papers and book chapters on these topics. As a consultant to, and collaborator with, Anxiety Canada, Dr. Juliana has been a key content contributor to the development of a province-wide package of classroom resources for K-7 educators designed to support students manage everyday worries and anxiety. These resources, called EASE (Everyday Anxiety Strategies for Educators), are based on CBT principles and align directly with the B.C. Ministry of Education curriculum. Furthermore, Dr. Juliana has created website resources for Anxiety Canada.