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Neurospark Clinic

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Dr. Tanya L. Lentz, R. Psych. 

Dr. Lentz is a Registered Psychologist (#484) in Newfoundland and Labrador, in the North West Territories (#2250-68905) and in Ontario (50006037).  She obtained a doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology at the University of Victoria in British Columbia. Dr. Lentz has 15+ years experience providing psychological and neuropsychological assessments to adults, adolescents, and children with neurological, developmental, and psychological conditions as well as evidence-based therapeutic intervention and cognitive rehabilitation with the same populations. 


She was the head of the Paediatric Neuropsychology Service at the Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre and the responsible psychologist for the Rehabilitation Division until September 2021. She has supervised clinical psychology residents  and provides continuing education lectures for psychologists interested in neuropsychology at the Health Sciences Centre. She has provided neuropsychological assessment and management for professional sports organizations. Further, she has provided lectures for Memorial University, the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, and the Parkinson's Society of NL on the neuropsychological implications of a variety of neurological conditions on functioning in adults. 


Dr. Lentz is dedicated to diversity and inclusion for all. She was on the Diversity and Inclusion committee and the Respect and Civility committee for Eastern Health. She is currently on the board of the National Newcomer Navigation Network and the board for Make a Change Canada. 


Our new office is a fully accessible space. We are dedicated to making the space inclusive for all. This includes use of air filtration and masking. Any feedback on ways to make our space more accessible are always welcome. 

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Kera McGrath, B.A., 

Clinic Administrator

Kera has recently completed her B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology from Memorial University of Newfoundland, with a certificate in criminology. Her honors research project examined identification and stigmatization of various subtypes of OCD.


Kera also completed a diploma in Medical Administration from Eastern College and has over 3 years of experience working with various clinics and non-profits.


She is currently Vice President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter of Celiac Canada. She is also a Youth Ambassador with Anxiety Canada. Kera is passionate about starting conversations that help destigmatize mental health and promote accessibility to long term mental health resources.

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