Susan Hartley - Health and Wellness Critic

Dr. Susan Hartley has a lifetime of experience as a Clinical Psychologist in both the private and public sectors, serving in community mental health centres, outpatient and inpatient departments of hospital facilities, and in her private office. Dr. Hartley is a registered Psychologist in PEI, a member of the Psychologists Association of PEI (PAPEI), and the 2015 recipient of PAPEI’s Humanitarian Award.  She is a Fellow of the Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia (APNS) and a past-president of that organization.  While on the Executive of APNS, she also sat as a Director on the Canadian Register for Health Services Providers in Psychology (CRHSPP) and the Council of Provincial Associations in Psychology (CPAP).

Dr. Hartley co-founded Collaborative Practice PEI, a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who offer a client-driven alternative to court and litigation for Island families in the process of separation and divorce, and is trained in Interest Based Negotiation.  

Dr. Hartley has a profound interest in Social Justice and Equality and is a vocal advocate for the acceptance of the rights of others, especially as it relates to vulnerable populations in our community, and globally.  She is a Peace Scholar, a consultant in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation, and a Director with the NGO Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan.