Darcy Santor is a practicing clinical psychologist and a professor of Psychology at the University of Ottawa. He has worked with employees, managers, and executives for the past 20 years through workshops and one-on-one treatment to improve how they deal with stress, conflict, and mental health difficulties at work. Prior to joining the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa, Darcy was a faculty member at Dalhousie University. He trains doctoral students and psychological interns and leads a number of research projects on mental health, focusing on treatment and mental health both at work and in schools. His most recent research focusses on the intersectionality of risk for violence and harassment in education sector workers and its impact on health, mental health and performance in the workplace.
Darcy holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from McGill University (1995) and his clinical training was completed at the Clark Institute (now Centre for Addictions and Mental Health) in Toronto.