Dr. Enman has provided assessment, therapy, and clinical consultation for more than 20 years. He has given expert witness testimony in Alberta and Saskatchewan courts, provided consultation/continuing professional development to family physicians across southern Alberta, published a text book and numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, and presented at numerous local, provincial, national, and international conferences.
Originally from Prince Edward Island, Dr. Enman holds degrees from the University of Prince Edward Island, Acadia University, and the University of Calgary. He has advanced certification in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Clinical Hypnotherapy, and advanced training in Gottman Method and Emotion-Focused forms of Couple Therapy
Dr. Enman has maintained an active interest in teaching and has taught for over 10 years at a number of Universities: Mount Royal University, University of Regina, and Campus Alberta (an online graduate education program supported by the Universities of Calgary, Athabasca, and Lethbridge). He is a clinical supervisor with the University of Calgary’s Department of Psychology – Program in Clinical Psychology, a clinical supervisor with the Calgary Clinical Residency Program, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor, Program in Counselling Psychology, University of Calgary. His faculty appointments support his supervision of provisional psychologists, residents, and PhD students.
Dr. Enman is a member of the following professional associations: College of Alberta Psychologists (#2428), Psychologists’ Association of Alberta, and the Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology (#05069). His practice is guided by the Ethical Codes of the Canadian Psychological Association and the College of Alberta Psychologists, and the Guidelines for Nondiscriminatory Practice.