Dr. E. Adriana Wilson
Dr. Wilson completed her medical degree at the University of Manitoba and her specialty training as a psychiatrist at Dalhousie University. Additionally, her passion for teaching led her to complete a Masters in Medical Education.
Dr. Wilson is driven to make sure her patients have a clear understanding of their difficulties in a way that allows them to take clear practical steps to improve their circumstances.
Where clinically indicated, Dr. Wilson may follow patients for group Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Otherwise recommendations are sent to the referring physician or nurse practitioner.
Dr. Lesley Kirkpatrick
Dr. Lesley Kirkpatrick completed her Bachelor of Science (BSc) with Honors in Psychology at St. Francis Xavier University. She then completed her medical degree (M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O) at National University of a Ireland, Galway and her residency in Psychiatry at Dalhousie University.
Dr. Kirkpatrick’s practice focuses predominantly on psychiatric consultation and group therapy through the modality of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
Dr. K. Ryan Wilson
Dr. Wilson completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Dalhousie University. His clinical and research training focused on Neuropsychology - (assessing and treating attention, memory and decision making difficulties) and somatic symptom disorders (physical symptoms resulting from psychological difficulties.
Dr. Wilson currently works with adults and older teens in a one-on-one setting and can help clients deal with Anxiety, Depression, Physical Symptoms (e..g, Migraines, IBS, Fibromyalgia), and many other issues.
Keisha graduated from Saint Mary's University with a Bachelor of Arts Psychology.
Keisha is our office manager and has been with the Inspired Living team since January 2020.
When she is not working you can find her on an adventure with her dog, or taking on a new DIY project.
Sara graduated from Saint Mary’s University with a Bachelor of Science, Psychology (honours) Biology (major).
She has been with Inspired Living Medical since November 2015 and has helped on projects such as The 5 Things We Need to Be Well; Start the Day Strong/End the Day Stronger, and Practical Positive Psychiatry for Clinicians.
She is currently the Project Coordinator for an Inspired Living Medical research project on resilience and also fulfills a supporting role in the clinic augmenting efficiency and quality.