Ph.D. Theology (Eastern Christian Studies) - Saint Paul University/University of Ottawa - 2009
M.A. Theology (Spirituality) - Saint Paul University/University of Ottawa - 1999
B.M.R. (Occupational Therapy) - University of Manitoba - 1989
B.Sc., Gen. (Botany and Statistical Research) - University of Manitoba - 1986
- Joined the University of Alberta in 2011
- An Occupational Therapist, Designated Capacity Assessor (DCA), educator and researcher in mental and spiritual health and well-being, aging, complex needs, implementation science, identity and transition, with experience in hospital, community, and private practice settings, post-secondary institutions, and with the Canadian Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Canada
- Holds a PhD in Theology (with a focus on the interface between psychology and spirituality)
Dr. Brémault-Phillips is interested in bridging research and clinical practice, and facilitating knowledge translation in the areas of mental health, aging, spiritual and mental fitness (military and civilian), identity, resiliency, capacity building, community health service delivery, and inter-professional education and research.