Post-Doctoral Fellowship - 1978 University of Washington Medical School Seattle
PhD - 1972 University of Waterloo
MA - 1968 Univeresity of Saskatchewan
B.A. (Hons) - 1966 University of Victoria
Reid, D. W., Dalton, E. J., Laderoute, K., Doell, F., & Nguyen, T. (2006). Therapeutically induced changes in couple identity: The role of “we-ness” and interpersonal processing in relationship satisfaction. Genetic, social and general psychological monographs, 132, 241-283.
Reid, D. W., Doell, F. K., Dalton, E. J., & Ahmad, S. (2008,) Systemic constructivist therapy (SCCT): Description of approach, theoretical advances and published longitudinal evidence. Psychotherapy: theory, practice, training.
Ahmad, S., & Reid, D. W. (2008). Relationship Satisfaction among South Asian Canadians: The Role of ‘Complementary-Equality’ and Listening to Understand. Interpersona 2(2), 131-150.
Ahmad, S. & Reid, D. (2009, March). Cultivating Cultural Competence: Understanding and Integrating Cultural Diversity in Psychotherapy. News You Can Use, Division 29 of the American Psychological Association. From http://www.divisionofpsychotherapy.com/.
Fergus, K.D., and Reid, D.W. (2001). The couple’s mutual identity: a systemic-constructivist approach to the integration of persons and systems. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 11(3), 385-410
Fergus, K.D., and Reid, D.W. (2001) Integrating constructivist and systemic metatheory in family therapy. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 15, 41-63
Canadian Psychological Association
American Psychological Association
International Association of Relationship Researchers
Society for Psychotherapy Integration
North American Chapter of Society for Psychotherapy Researchers
York Faculty of Graduate Studies Teaching Award. - 2003
Graduate Teaching Award from the North-Eastern Association o - 2003
Currently available to supervise graduate students: No
Currently taking on work-study students, Graduate Assistants or Volunteers: No
Available to supervise undergraduate thesis projects: No
It is well known that marriage can affect the physical and mental health of the partners (and their offspring) in a variety of ways. My research and professional focus is on the interplay of each partner's 'intrapersonal' cognitive/emotional processing and their joint 'interpersonal' dynamics. Experimental procedures have been developed (and published) to influence these conjoint 'intrapersonal' and 'interpersonal' dynamics so as to enhance the quality of life of the partners. The impact of these dynamics on the health of the partners is being studied. Currently I am focussed on studying South Asian marriages in depth and developing a therapy that is especially efficacious for South Asian marriages that they find highly appropriate to their values, traditions and reality here in Canada.