Crisis Intervention Seminars

About Dr. Paul R. King Registered Psychologist

Dr. Paul R. King is a registered psychologist who provides clinical psychological services on a private practice basis in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. Prior to entering full time private practice in 1994, Dr. King was chief psychologist at North Bay Psychiatric Hospital, a 310 bed psychiatric facility, and adjunct professor at the School of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Ottawa.

Dr. King earned a Ph.D. in Clinical and Counselling Psychology in 1985, from York University. He obtained his registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario in 1986, and is a past council member of that organization.

Dr. King has provided psychological services of a clinical nature in agency, hospital and private practice environments, to both inpatients and outpatients, to children, adolescents and adults, and to persons presenting a broad spectrum of difficulties. Current clinical activities include the provision of counselling and psychotherapy services to children, adolescents and adults. Dr. King also presently provides assessment and consultative services to two agencies, serving children, adolescents and adults, in Northeastern Ontario.

Dr. King has taught university level psychology courses focusing on crisis intervention, psychological assessment, and clinical psychology. He has supervised clinical internships completed by both undergraduate and graduate students in psychology. He has published approximately 20 papers in professional journals, primarily in the areas of anxiety, depression and coping styles.

Dr. King has presented seminars on crisis intervention on 92 occasions, since 1990. More than 5,400 persons, residing in 45 locations in Canada and the United States, have attended seminars in crisis intervention presented by Dr. King.