Appointment Request

Please be aware Dawson Psychological Services is moving from Kelowna to Victoria as of November 1, 2020. Dr. Dawson will continue to accept clients who live in other areas of British Columbia and are comfortable being seen by video.  Dr. Dawson looks forward to seeing new clients in Victoria either in-person or by video or phone. 

The best way to request an appointment is to click the Book Now button - see top right! This will take you to a secure calendar which has Dr. Dawson's appointment schedule. You can sign up privately and confidentially there. When you book an appointment, Dr. Dawson gets notified. The other way is to call Dr. Dawson's reception at (855) 782-6583 during regular working hours (Pacific Time). 

We are committed to your privacy. Do not include confidential or private information regarding your health condition in this form or any other form found on this website. This form is for general questions or messages to the practitioner.

Questions about appointments

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Dawson Psychological Services

Dr. K.A. Dawson, Registered Psychologist (CPBC #1566)

Primary Location

1790 Barrie Rd.

Victoria, BC V8N 2W7 Canada

(250)-899-1794

Wondering whether you can afford to pay?

Do You Have Extended Health Benefits?

Most working folks have extended health benefits through their company. Contact your employer or your human resources department to find out what your benefit package will cover.

Have you been in a car accident?

Dr. Dawson is registered as a provider of mental health services through ICBC to provide counselling to those who are experiencing emotional trauma or losses associated with a motor vehicle accident. If you have been in a motor vehicle accident, ask your physician to refer you to see Dr. Dawson. Make sure you have an ICBC claim number when you call for an appointment.

Have you been a victim of a crime?

Dr. Dawson is registered through the Provincial Crime Victim's Assistance Program to provide counselling for those who are experiencing losses or ongoing emotional trauma associated with a crime. If you have been a victim of a crime, contact your local RCMP Victim's Assistance program to get a claim number. Then make an appointment to see Dr. Dawson.