Dr. Shawnda Lanting is a Neuropsychologist at Copeman Healthcare Centre in Edmonton.
Dr. Lanting received a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Saskatchewan. She completed her pre-doctoral clinical residency in neuropsychology at British Columbia Mental Health and Addictions Services and her two year postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of British Columbia and Copeman Healthcare Centre.
Dr. Lanting completed her pre-doctoral clinical residency in neuropsychology at British Columbia Mental Health and Addictions Services. Her doctoral research was in the area of conducting neuropsychological assessments with ethnically diverse seniors and she has experience in providing services through telemedicine and to rural and remote communities. Dr. Lanting has authored peer-reviewed journal articles and has been involved in numerous presentations at national and international conferences relating to neuropsychology. Prior to joining Copeman Healthcare Centre as a postdoctoral fellow, she worked in supervised practice at a private practice in Saskatoon, with focus in neuropsychological assessment, health psychology, and treatment of depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder. At Copeman Healthcare Centre, she is involved in ongoing research projects that focus on improving accuracy in early detection of cognitive impairment. Her clinical interests are in neuropsychological assessment of adults and older adults and in providing support services to older adults who are coping with cognitive changes.