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Sharon Pham



Phone: 1-431-815-4338

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Sharon Pham, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Counselling Psychology, Department Chair

  • CP5202 Psychopathology
  • CP5211 Group Psychotherapy
  • CP6201 Psychological Testing & Assessment
  • CP5502 Counselling Theory Practicum II
  • CP5401 Research Design & Methodology

University of Calgary (AB)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Counselling Psychology


Brandon University (MB)

Master's Degree (M.Ed.), Educational Psychology


Providence Theological Seminary (MB)

Master's Degree (M.A.), Counselling


Brandon University (MB)

Bachelor's Degree (B.Ed.), Education



  • Providence Theological Seminary, Faculty (since 2007)
  • Advantage Health (Private Practice), Psychologist (since 2005)
  • Alberta Health Services Chronic Pain Centre (Calgary, AB), Psychologist II (since 2003)


  • Alberta Health Services Chronic Pain Centre (Calgary, AB), Research Evaluation (2001-2003)

Professional Associations

  • Registered Psychologist License #9969 (Alberta) (2004)
  • Permanent Professional Teaching Certificate #TA-46108 (1995)
  • Credentials Evaluation Sub-Committee
  • College of Alberta Psychologists
  • Member Ambassador Program
  • Institute for Health Economics (Alberta)
  • Psychologist Representative
  • Psychologist Professional Practice Committee
  • Alberta Health Services (Calgary)
  • Director Pain Society of Alberta, Director
  • Psychologists Association of Alberta, Member

Workshops & Presentations

  • "Spirituality in the treatment of chronic pain - evidence and ethics," presented at the Calgary Pain Interest Group annual conference. December 2009: Calgary Pain Interest Group, Calgary, AB
  • Canadian Pain Society, Ottawa, ON. May 2007. 
  • "Team-based healthcare for difficult chronic headache disorders: what are the strategies and is it effective?" presented at the Canadian Pain Society national annual conference
  • Calgary Pain Interest Group, Calgary, AB. December 2006.
  • “Multidisciplinary treatment of the patient with complex chronic headaches," presented at the Calgary Pain Interest Group annual conference