Dr. Cory Hrushka, Chief Executive Officer
As a psychologist, I specialize in couples and sex therapy related issues and assessment services (primarily looking at parenting psychological assessments, custody and access assessments and forensic components). I also supervise many of the professionals here at Insight. This includes supervision of the Master’s level practicum student therapists, provisional psychologists as well as consulting with the registered and senior psychologists. This comprises the majority of my work. I also work with the Management Team to support, develop, and investigate new projects that are up and coming, provide content for projects, and address inquiries regarding our services. Occasionally, I am asked by media to comment or provide support on current topics or to do presentations in the community.
Insight is very important to me – it’s my life’s work and I am particularly proud of the current family-oriented sense of community that the Insight team has grown into over the last few years. The breadth and quality of services we offer is unique to Insight. It was great to be recognized by Canadian Business as one of Canada’s fastest growing companies in 2018.
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Cindy Gaffney, Senior Clinical Advisor
I have been a Registered Psychologist since 2009, working in several different settings which include the school system, the Cross Cancer Institute as well as private practice. My experience includes working with families, couples, and both individual adults and children. I am a psychologist here at Insight as well as the Associate Clinical Director.
In the role of Senior Clinical Advisor, I assist the Chief Executive Officer/Clinical Director in leading the development and maintenance of Insight’s clinical personnel and operation. I also provide strategic and administrative input to Insight’s leadership team and work collaboratively with my management colleagues to foster a work environment and culture that is conducive to high personal and organizational performance. I pride myself in caring about the people I work for and with and their wellbeing.
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Dr. Robert Roughley, Director of Clinician Engagement
I have been working in the area of mental health and wellness for the past 15 years. My work has included clinical practice, research, and teaching. I have taught for several Canadian Universities and was the Director of Graduate Programs in Counselling for a Canadian University for over eight years. I am published in the areas of human sexuality and inclusive counselling practice. My clinical experience has taken place in numerous settings, including community-based mental health services, university wellness centers, and forensic settings. I completed my PhD in Counselling Psychology in 2014 through the University of Calgary (CPA-Accredited). As part of my graduate program, I completed a PhD Internship with the Correctional Services of Canada.
As the Director of Clinician Engagement, I look forward to helping lead the execution of Insight’s therapist and practicum student engagement strategies to help Insight achieve its aim of being the most trusted and sought-after psychological care provider as well as clinician development centre in every single community it serves.”
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Phillip Hau, Assistant Clinical Director
At Insight, I have the privilege of being the Assistant Clinical Director position. In this role I support the Chief Executive Officer in overseeing the clinical service delivery as well as ensure competent supervision and engagement of all clinicians. I further provide consult and guidance in the evaluation of quality clinical programs and services to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the service delivery. I serve as a clinical resource and support to clinicians on clinically related questions and concerns and consult with the Clinical Director where appropriate and necessary. With the leadership team, we explore new ideas and opportunities for operations, programs, and service advancement.
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Brandi Enns, Practicum Student Coordinator
I joined the Insight Psychological team in May of 2020 as a Registered Provisional Psychologist, and work most often in the areas of sex therapy, trauma and assessments. I also supervise practicum students during their practicum, co-host the podcast “Up the Rabbit Hole” with owner and CEO of Insight, Dr. Cory Hrushka, as well as recruit future practicum students with Insight’s Open Houses and onboard the students before they start their practicum.
Before joining Insight, I was a teacher with Edmonton Public Schools for 18 years. I worked primarily with special needs students at the junior high age, coached Volleyball for a few years, and mentored new student teachers as they started their new exciting career paths.
As the Practicum Student Coordinator, I look forward to helping practicum students realize their potential and complete their practical hours in a safe, empowering and supportive atmosphere. I am also excited to be a part of propelling Insight into the top tier of psychological development training centers in the province.
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Practicum Student Supervisors
Clinical Area Coordinators:
Cory Hrushka (Sex and Gender)
Sian Roberts (Trauma)
Phillip Hau (Assessments)
Cindy Gaffney (Grief & Loss)
Karen Gaudin (Addictions)
Brianna Kamphorst (Child & Youth)
Ronald Carver (First Responders &
Site Clinical Liasons:
Cindy Gaffney (Edmonton North, and West)
Phillip Hau (Edmonton Downtown)
Robert Rougley (Calgary)