Graham Bean

Graham Bean

Dr. Med. Sci., Ph.D., R.Psych.

Dr. Graham Bean is a registered Psychologist in the Province of British Columbia. His areas of practice are Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. Originally trained as a research scientist, Dr. Bean completed graduate training in psychopharmacology and a doctorate in Medical Science (Dr. Med. Sci.) at the University of Toronto. He conducted research in mental illness at the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry where he was an Assistant Professor of the School of Medicine and an Adjunct Professor at York University. Dr. Bean conducted research in first episode illness, severe and persistent mental illness, capacity assessments and premorbid risk factors for illness and disability. He has presented at local, provincial and international conferences and was an invited keynote speaker at NIMH in Japan. His second doctoral degree was earned in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Neuropsychology. Dr. Bean has worked in hospital settings and currently works in private practice providing psychological and neuropsychological consultation and assessments services for rehabilitation centres and for personal injury claims, primarily for motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents and work-related injuries. He has been qualified as an Expert Witness by the courts of British Columbia. He is a member of the Association for Scientific Advancement in Psychological Injury and Law (ASAPIL), the Medical Legal Society of BC and a retired member of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Member Since: March 7, 2011


Board Member

Contact Details

Kerrisdale Professional Centre
Suite 300, 2025 West 42nd Avenue
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6M 2B5

TEL: 604-484-6242
FAX: 604-909-1911

Vcard: import to my address book


Assessment Services

Disability Assessments: Neuropsychological; Vocational; Clinical

Age Groups: Adults

Referral Sources: Lawyers; Insurers

Therapy Services

Types of Intervention: Cognitive; Insight Oriented

Types of condition: Cognitive Impairment; Adjustment Disorders; Mood Disorders

Age Groups: Adults

Referral Sources: Physicians; Lawyers; Rehab Personnel; Insurers