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Dr. Christian Hahn, R.Psych.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

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Clinical Expertise

Dr. Hahn works with adults experiencing: anxiety disorders; eating disordersdepression and bipolar disordersobsessive compulsive disorder; as well as other psychological conditions and concerns (e.g. impulsivityprocrastination, perfectionism, interpersonal issues).​

Education, Clinical Training & Experience

  • Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD), Clinical Psychology, The University of Western Ontario (London, ON)

  • Master of Science (MSc), Clinical Psychology, The University of Western Ontario (London, ON)

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), with Honours in Psychology, Saint Mary’s University (Halifax, NS)

  • Predoctoral Residency completed at the Nova Scotia Health Authority (Halifax, NS)

  • Psychologist (Supervised Practice) with the Integrated Mood and Anxiety Program and Eating Disorders Program at Homewood Health Centre (Guelph, ON)

 

Current Activities & Memberships​​

  • Registered Psychologist (#R1009), Nova Scotia Board of Examiners in Psychology

  • Psychologist at Nova Scotia Health Authority South Shore Regional Hospital

  • Sessional Instructor, Department of Psychology, University of Prince Edward Island

  • Member, Canadian Psychological Association

  • Representative, Early Psychosis in Nova Scotia

  • Representative, Eating Disorder Treatment Network of Nova Scotia

 

Selected Publications

  • Hahn, C., Hahn, I., & Campbell, L. (2021). Social anxiety and depression in romantic relationships: a three-sample exploration.  Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 40(3), 175–200.

  • Campbell, L., Balzarini, R., Kohut, T., Dobson, K., Hahn, C., Moroz, S., & Stanton, S. (2017). Self-esteem, relationship threat, and dependency regulation: Independent replication of Murray, Rose, Bellavia, Holmes, and Kusche (2002) Study 3. Journal of Research in Personality, 72, 5-9.

  • Hahn, C. & Campbell L. (2016). Birds of a feather laugh together: An exploration of similarity in humour styles of married couples. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 12, 406-419.

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