Dr. Jody Burnett is a Registered Doctoral Psychologist (Provisional) with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists and a High Performance Consultant who has been providing service to the general public, specializing in service provision to first responders/public safety personnel, health professionals and athletes for the past 15 years. She is also a Clinical Research Associate at the Canadian Institute for Public Safety Research and Treatment (CIPSRT) and is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Regina. Jody pursued both her academic and professional career in Regina, Saskatchewan, completing her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and successfully established her own consulting firm specializing in high performance training, counselling and research/evaluation within various sectors including health, education and justice.
Jody has experience working with individuals and groups at the municipal, provincial and national level. Her therapeutic background has allowed specialized populations (first responders, public safety personnel, allied health professionals, athletes, etc.) to access support services that aid in the development of goal creation, focusing techniques, stress management, communication, recovery, confidence and resiliency. The adoption of these tools and techniques has helped clients to reclaim and excel in both health and overall quality of life.