Dr. Kaitlin Chivers-Wilson is the Clinical Medical Director and a consulting psychiatrist at the Carewest Operational Stress Injury in Calgary, serving veterans and RCMP officers, with a focus on biological and trauma-informed psychotherapy treatments for PTSD. She also works at the Northeast Mental Health Clinic, with a focus on group therapy and perinatal psychiatry. Dr. Chivers-Wilson has a longstanding interest in traumatic stress disorders, completing a masters degree in psychiatry at the University of Alberta, focusing on the neuroendocrine impacts of traumatic stress in women. She graduated medical school and psychiatry residency at the University of Calgary. Dr. Chivers-Wilson approaches her clinical practice from a trauma-informed perspective, and has additional training in a variety of psychotherapy modalities including Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Prolonged Exposure Therapy and Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy. Dr. Chivers-Wilson is a clinical lecturer with the University of Calgary’s Cumming School of Medicine and the Department of Psychiatry. In addition to her clinical work, she continues to be involved in research, student supervision, program development and teaching.