Mari K. Swingle, PhD

Mari Swingle

Title: Doctor of Psychology

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Mari Swingle, Doctor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychology.

Dr. Swingle is a trusted name in mental health and has been practicing in the field for more than two decades. She became involved in her career while working in accelerated learning. At this venture, she felt she could accomplish more in the clinical aspect. As a mental health expert, she focuses on family systems, family dynamics and the effects of screen-based technology on the brain and behavior. These areas are also her key research interests. She attributes the success she has had in her career to her belief in community and friendship and how both these components drover her forward in her line of work. In addition, she credits the mentors she has had since high school as large factors in her success.

Dr. Swingle first studied at The University of Ottawa, earning a Bachelor of Arts in visual arts in 1987. After a few years of working in this field and realizing her capacity for doing more, she attended The University of British Columbia, receiving a Master of Arts in language education in 1997. She returned to her education at the Fielding Graduate University to earn a PhD in clinical psychology in 2013, allowing her to broaden her abilities in helping others. She became a board certified neurotherapist in 2000 and has a level 2 certification in EMDR and EFT. Furthermore, Dr. Swingle is Level 1 certified in craniosacral therapy and holds a RCC designation.

Since 1997, Dr. Swingle has been a doctor of psychology at the Swingle Clinic. She became a vice president of the clinic in 2015. On a civic level, she is engaged with the board of directors with the Association for Applied Physiology and Biofeedback (AAPB). She was honored in her line of work with an Early Career Impact Award. Outside of helping patients and contributing to research, Dr. Swingle enjoys painting, singing, skiing, nature, arts and culture.

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