Dr. Bruce Handley has been working as a clinical, organizational and forensic psychologist for more than forty years. Bruce's extensive clinical skills in mediation, negotiation, conflict resolution, and organizational psychology, have proven effective when devising EAP services program for organizations including the University of Alberta. He also has advanced training in managing trauma and critical incidents. Most recently, Bruce has served as a Primary Clinician with Health Canada's Residential School Dispute Resolution Program assisting claimants process issues associated with trauma suffered while attending residential school.
Bruce is First Nations and a member of the Metis Nations of Saskatchewan. He was raised and educated in the North until he went to university. He is regularly invited to work with various First Nations communities across Canada addressing mental health issues, personal/work related problems and addictions.