Dr. Doug Cohen received an undergraduate degree from Concordia University in Montreal, a master's degree from the University of Ottawa, and a doctorate from Simon Fraser in 1997. He has been working as Neuropsychologist, Educator and Consultant in Private Practice since then. Dr. Cohen has had the opportunity to work successfully within some of the most difficult, stressful and conflictual professional settings mental health has to offer, including hospitals and jails, treatments and rehabilitation centers, and forensic contexts (including testimony before the Supreme Court of British Columbia). His work in the neurosciences has meant staying on top of the most cutting edge research, treatment and consulting approach about how our brain works to integrate new information, problem solve and cope with interpersonal factors, and he is a published author of research in human emotional development. Dr. Cohen has also had the opportunity to apply his knowledge and skill set to private and volunteer Consulting work with regional mental health, hospital, educational institutions, crown corporation and private businesses.
Most recently, Dr. Cohen completed training in Cambridge, U.K. on the Belbin Model of Team Roles, for use with middle and large business organizations, management and team consulting. Dr. Cohen and Dr. Gill created Tactical Edge Consulting in 2011 after a 2 year development process designed to identify the key areas of need in the Corporate Team and Executive Management sectors, following their mutual interest in Private Business, Industry and Public Sector human resource challenges.
Dr. Eamonn Gill is a registered psychologist in British Columbia. The son of Irish immigrant parents, Dr. Gill was raised in and around Toronto and proceeded to live in most of the major Canadian cities as he developed his knowledge in psychology.
He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Ottawa, his master’s degree from McGill University, and his doctorate from the University of Calgary. He is published in the areas of relationship processes, empirically supported treatment, and forensic assessment. Dr. Gill presently practices and teaches psychology in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland.
In addition to providing clinical and organizational services, Dr. Gill continues to train counselors and therapists. Dr. Gill is an associate of the Clinical Psychology Centre at Simon Fraser University. He has taught a wide range of graduate psychology courses at the University of Calgary, Athabasca University, City University, and the University of Northern British Columbia.