Brice Willis

Registered Psychologist


Doctor of Psychology (Summa Cum Laude) California Southern University, 2014

Masters of Counselling - Counselling Psychology Specialization, Campus Alberta Applied Psychology Program (University of Calgary, Athabasca University, University of Lethbridge), 2007

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (with distinction), University of Calgary, 2004

Professional Roles and Activities.

Registered Psychologist And Consultant.

Bio and Interests

Brice has academic and professional experience in many areas pertaining to psychology, well-being, and performance. In addition to his work as a psychologist at Adaptive Minds, he has previously worked at a community counselling centre, employee assistance program, and domestic violence program. He has also worked in family medicine clinics helping patients to improve their psychological and physical health and has a good understanding of primary care and Alberta Health Services processes and services.

Brice’s areas of expertise include general anxiety; panic; performance anxiety; coping with work stress; health anxiety; enhancing sports, school, and work performance; and mental toughness. His most recent doctoral research focused on reducing symptoms of anxiety and enhancing mental toughness.

Brice is married with three children and has participated in several different sports and has competition experience at the local, provincial, national, and international levels. His experience has provided him with personal insight into the psychological, emotional, and physical demands that athletes face, as well as what is required for effective high performance. Brice has experience working with athletes at all levels; from recreational to professional.