Dr. Katherine Owens completed her PhD in clinical psychology in 2008. Both her Master’s thesis and her PhD dissertation focused on the investigation and measurement of health anxiety. Dr. Owens is the author of an award winning health anxiety self-help book. Katherine currently practices in the areas of Adult Clinical and Adult Neuropsychology working with individuals from late-adolescence to the very elderly. Dr. Owens completes the neuropsychological assessments for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Owens is a senior psychologist with the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, has provided clinical supervision and training to psychology interns, practicum students, residents, and provisionally registered psychologists, and serves as a chief psychologist and the director of clinical training.
Dr. Owens has taught psychology at every level, instructing at the University of Regina, Campion College, Luther College, and McMaster University. She is an adjunct faculty member with the Graduate Studies and Research at the University of Regina and with the Faculty of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.