About Dr. Jubinville

Dr. Jubinville is a Registered Psychologist who completed her Ph.D. in School and Clinical Child Psychology from the University of Alberta. She has worked in different capacities over the last 10 years for Alberta Health Services, the Calgary Board of Education, the University of Calgary, the University of Alberta as well as within community mental health clinics and schools. Dr. Jubinville is passionate about children and always knew she wanted to devote her time and energy to a career that would involve helping children and their families.

Dr. Jubinville has expertise in conducting psychoeducational assessments with children and adolescents who have various social, emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges. Her graduate program provided extensive experience and training in the clinical assessment, intervention, consultation, and prevention of psychological disorders in childhood including: Intellectual Developmental Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disorders, Giftedness, Anxiety, Depression, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. She also has specialized training in play therapy and has worked with children who have experienced significant trauma, abuse, and neglect.

In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Jubinville has a strong interest in neuropsychology and has spent many years researching sports related concussion. Her doctoral research focused on the psychosocial outcomes of sports related concussion in youth (13-17 year old) ice hockey players. She spent considerable time over the course of her graduate training tracking elite ice hockey teams across Calgary and Edmonton. Her research examined the long term implications of sport related concussion on the social, emotional and intellectual well-being of youth.

Dr. Jubinville has presented her research at National and International conferences and has been a public speaker at concussion information seminars in the community. Dr. Jubinville has various publications related to her research in concussion and is also a clinical team member for the Calgary Flames NHL concussion management program. Additionally, Dr. Jubinville is an author for the textbook: Assessing and Treating Low Incidence/High Severity Psychological Disorders of Childhood (2011).

Research Publications: 

  • Krol AL, Coutts SB, Simon JE, Hill MD, Sohn CH & Demchuk AM. (2005). A High proportion of motor or speech TIA patients show perfusion abnormalities despite resolution of symptoms. Stroke, 36 (11), 2487-2489.
  • Pexman, P. M., Glenwright, M., Krol, A., & James, T. (2005). An acquired taste: Children’s perceptions of humor and teasing in verbal irony. Discourse Processes, 40, 259-288.
  • P.N. Sylaja, Dzialowski, I., Krol, A., Roy, J., Federico, P., & Demchuk, A. (2006). Role of CT angiography in thrombolysis decision-making for patients with presumed seizure at stroke onset. Stroke 37 (3), 915-917.
  • Saqqur M, Hill MD, Alexandrov AV, Roy J, Schebel M, Krol A, Garami Z, Shuaib A, & Demchuk A. (2006). Derivation of power M-mode transcranial doppler criteria for angiographic proven MCA occlusion. Journal of Neuroimaging, 16, 323-328.
  • Krol AL, Dzialowski I, Roy J, Puetz V, Subramaniam S, Coutts SB, & Demchuk A. (2007). Incidence of radiocontrast nephropathy in patients undergoing acute stroke CT-angiography. Stroke, 38, 2364-2366.
  • P.N. Sylaja, Puetz, V., Dzialowski, I., Krol, A, Hill, MD., Demchuk, A.M. (2008). Prognostic value of CT angiography in patients with suspected vertebrobasilar ischemia. Journal of Neuroimaging, 18, 46-49.
  • P.N.Sylaja, Coutts, S.B., Krol, A., Hill, MD., & Demchuk, AM. (2008). When to expect negative diffusion-weighted images in stroke and transient ischemic attack. Stroke, 39, 1898-900.
  • Puetz, V., Dzialowski, I., Hill, MD., Subramaniam, S., P.N.Sylaja, Krol, A, O’Reilly, C., Hudon, ME, Hu, WY, Coutts, SB, Barber, PA., Watson, T., Roy, J., & Demchuk, AM. (2008). Intracranial thrombus extent predicts clinical outcome,final infarct size and hemorrhagic transformation in ischemic stroke: the clot burden score. International Journal of Stroke, 3, 230-236.
  • Puetz, V., Dzialowski, I., Coutts, S.B., Hill, M.D., Krol, A.L., O’Reilly, C., Goyal, M., & Demchuk, A.M. (2009). Frequency and clinical course of stroke and TIA patients with intracranial nonocclusive thrombus on CT angiography. Stroke, 40, 193-199.
  • P.N.Sylaja, Dzialowski, I,Puetz, V., Eliasziw, M., Hill, MD., Krol, A., O’Reilly, C. & Demchuk, AM. (2009). Does intravenous rtPA benefit patients in the absence of CT angiographically visible intracranial occlusion? Neurology India, 57, 739-743.
  • Mrazik, M., Bawani, F., & Krol, A.L. (2011). Sport related concussions: Knowledge translation among minor hockey coaches. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, 21, 315-319.
  • Krol, A.L., Mrazik, M., Naidu, D., Brooks, B.L., & Iverson, G.L. (2011). Assessment of symptoms in a concussion management program: Method influences outcome. Brain Injury, 25, 1300-1305.
  • Brooks, B.L., Sherman, E.M.S., & Krol, A.L. (2011). Utility of TOMM Trial 1 as an indicator of effort in children and adolescents. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 27, 23-29.
  • McKay, C.D., Brooks, B.L., Mrazik, M., Jubinville, A.L., & Emery, C. (2014). Psychometric properties and reference values for the ImPACT neurocognitive test battery in a sample of elite youth ice hockey players. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 29, 141-152.
  • Mrazik, M., Brooks, B.L., Jubinville, A., Meeuwisse, W.H., & Emery, C.A. (2016). Psychosocial Outcomes of Sport Concussions in Youth Hockey Players. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology , doi: 10.1093/arclin/acw013
  • Krol, A.L. (2011). Selective Mutism. In S.C. Dombrowski, K.L. Gischlar & M. Mrazik (Eds.), Assessing and Treating Low Incidence/High Severity Psychological Disorders of Childhood (pp. 161-181). New York, NY: Springer.