Dr. Joseph Tse

(He/him/his)

Dr. Tse attained his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Washington State University. Dr. Tse is a Registered Psychologist (#2491) with the College of Psychologists of B.C.

Dr. Tse has been working with CJA since 2019. At CJA, Dr. Tse provides psychological assessments, diagnoses, and treatment.

Clinically, Dr. Tse works with adults and mature teenagers (17 years old+) individually. He has an integrative approach in psychotherapy, drawing various strategies from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cogntive behavioural therapy (CBT), emotion focused therapy (EFT), and mindfulness-based interventions. Dr. Tse is experienced working with clients on a variety of psychological concerns, including mood-related issues such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders, chronic pain and somatic disorders, trauuma disorders including post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), sleep disorders, life transition or adjustment related issues including adjustment to brain injury and grief/bereavement, identity issues including socio-cultural, racial, sexual, and gender identity issues, relationship issues, anger management, and workplace stress.

Dr. Joseph Tse

(He/him/his)

Dr. Tse attained his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Washington State University. Dr. Tse is a Registered Psychologist (#2491) with the College of Psychologists of B.C.

Dr. Tse has been working with CJA since 2019. At CJA, Dr. Tse provides psychological assessments, diagnoses, and treatment. He also conducts independent medical examinations (IMEs).

Clinically, Dr. Tse works with adults and mature teenagers (17 years old+) individually. He has an integrative approach in psychotherapy, drawing various strategies from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cogntive behavioural therapy (CBT), emotion focused therapy (EFT), and mindfulness-based interventions. Dr. Tse is experienced working with clients on a variety of psychological concerns, including mood-related issues such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorders, chronic pain and somatic disorders, trauuma disorders including post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), sleep disorders, life transition or adjustment related issues including adjustment to brain injury and grief/bereavement, identity issues including socio-cultural, racial, sexual, and gender identity issues, relationship issues, anger management, and workplace stress.