A. T. Malcolm & Associates Inc.
284 Helmcken Road
Victoria, BC V9B 1T2
Our goal is to provide the best client-therapist fit. Dr. Malcolm is available to discuss your needs on the telephone or to meet with you for a brief consultation at no charge.
Where possible we will bill to your insurance agency directly. Rates are generally in accordance with the guidelines of the British Columbia Psychological Association, and/ or the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors.
New clincal opportunities- please see under Job Opportunities to read more about these position in child neuropsychology and qEEG/EEG Biofeedback, respectively.
The following are also found on our Links page.
1) Please visit the the following website sponsored by Fraserhealth, BC Mental Health & Addiction Services, the Childrens Hospital Foundation, and the RBC Children's Mental Health Project.
After the main page you are encourage to to click the "add your voice link" and listen to the experience of others regarding depression.
OR, to go straight to the "Add Your Voice" page click: In One Voice
2) For information on Alzheimer's Disease please visit:
ImPACT: Immediate Post-Concussion Cognitive Testing Program
ImPACT was designed to provide concussion management following sports injuries, but it applies equally well and inexpensively to other situations, such as after motor vehicle accidents.
Our Virtual Reality Program Virtual Iraq has between updated to reflect the Afghanistan environment.
With the addition of Dr. Corney to the practice we are able to increase our services for geriatric clients.
Please go to the What's New page to read more about these new programs.
We are pleased to be joined by Dr. Brian Maclean, Registered Psychologist, who practices using a number of therapeutic modalities, including biofeedback and neurofeedback.
Further information on Brian's practice may be found on our Staff page, and on his own website at www.behavioralmedicinebc.com
Dr. Malcolm is pleased to be a Board Member of the Victoria Brain Injury Society (VBIS). Please visit our Resources page to learn more about the scope of caring services provided to those who have suffered a brain injury.