Jaye Dueck

Jaye Dueck

Dr. Jaye Dueck
Ph.D., R. Psych.

TEL: (250) 319-3119
380 Seymour Street,
Kamloops, BC, V2C 2G2

Please check Dr. Dueck’s website for her estimated waitlist time.


  • Simon Fraser University, B.A. (Hon.), Psychology
  • University of Alberta, M.Ed., Counselling Psychology
  • University of British Columbia, Ph.D., Counselling Psychology
  • University of British Columbia, Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Department of Psychiatry

Certification and Associations:

  • Psychologist, College of Psychologists of British Columbia, Registration #1564
  • British Columbia Psychological Association
  • EMDR Canada
  • EMDR International Association (EMDRIA)
  • Basic Training Certificate for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Areas of Interest:

  • Traumatic stress (especially occupational trauma)
  • Care-giver stress (including burn-out and compassion fatigue)
  • Grief and loss
  • Anxiety and mood disorders
  • Life transitions
  • Relationship concerns
  • Chronic pain/chronic illness
  • Concussion management
  • Work disability and return to work


Dr. Dueck has been a registered psychologist since 2004. She started her psychology career as an Assistant Professor (grant-tenure award) in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of British Columbia. After completing this position, she worked for a large multi-disciplinary rehabilitation company for the next 12.5 years where she provided assessment and therapy clients referred by long-term disability insurance companies, WorkSafeBC, and ICBC.

Dr. Dueck relocated to Kamloops in 2019 and she transitioned into her own part-time private practice in 2022. Dr. Dueck has a special interest in providing psychological services to health care professionals, first responders, and animal care workers. Dr. Dueck is an approved Psychologist Provider for Veteran Affairs Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadian Armed Forces, and ICBC. Outside her work as a psychologist, she is the founder/executive director of a non-profit farm sanctuary. On her days off from her psychology practice (and evenings and weekends), Dr. Dueck spends her time caring for rescued animals, doing farm work, and operating the administrative side of the farm sanctuary. In the following years, Dr. Dueck hopes to further bridge her passion working with people and animals by pursuing education and training in equine-facilitated and animal-assisted therapy. 

  • I acknowledge that I live and work in the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc territory that is situated within the unceded, traditional lands of the Secwépemc Nation.

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