Adjunct Faculty Brochure

DR. DANIEL T. ASHBOURNE
Executive Director at the London Family Court Clinic (LFCC)
254 Pall Mall Street, Suite 200
London, ON, N6A 5P6
Telephone: (519) 679-7250, Ext. 107
E-mail: dan.ashbourne@lfcc.on.ca

Clinical interests: Interests relate to high conflict situations and Separation & Divorce, Parenting Evaluations, Family Assessments, Adult & Child Assessments, addressing Child Abuse, Alternative Dispute Resolution efforts, Youth Justice and Youth mental health or diversion programs.
Topics for workshops, seminars: High Conflict & Separation & Divorce, Youth Justice and Diversion, Alternative Dispute Resolution models as alternatives to Court, C&A or PCA assessments.
Type of clinical practica:  Advanced Intervention, Advanced Assessment
Types of clients: Adult; Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Family
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive Behaviour, Eclectic, Family Systems
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability, ADHD, Impulse Control, PTSD, Adjustment Disorder, Reactive Attachement Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar and Related Disorder, Neurocognitive Disorder, Depressive Disorders, Personality Disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students:  S. Montgomery-Graham (2017)
Current students
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests:  We have a 3 year Poverty Reduction Strategy Office (PRSO) research grant overseen by the Ontario Trillium Foundation looking at homelessness, poverty and criminal activity of youth and the benefits of a Service Coordination effort following court mandated assessments.  Other areas of focus involve development of specialized Youth Suicide Prevention initiatives, A Child & Yough Advocacy Centre (CYAC) for London-Middlesex, and specialized efforts to work with First Nations youth and families.
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FOR 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. ROD BALSOM
St. Joseph's Health Care - Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care
P.O. Box 5777, Station B
London, ON 
N6A 4V2
Telephone: (519) 631-8510 x49212
E-mail: rod.balsom@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: Application of CBT interventions with persons having affective and psychotic disorders.  I currently work with adults who are seriously and persistently mentally ill and who are in the forensic system.  Many of these individuals have comorbid substance use disorders and personality disorders.  In my role, I provide intervention (both individual and group) and assessment services to inpatients and outpatients.  A large portion of my role is conducting forensic risk assessments.  I also provide consultation to treatment teams.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Assessment and treatment of PTSD; Working in forensic settings; forensic risk assessment
Types of practica:  Initial assessment; Initial intervention; Advanced practica
Types of clients:  Adult
Modality:  Individual; Group; Couple
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour
Types of client problems: Adjustment; Mood; Anxiety; Personality problems; Pain; Substance abuse; Schiz/Psychotic; Impulse disorders; Conduct disorders; Stress management
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Review audiotape with student; Review videotape with student; Co-therapy/co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students:  B. Grant (2016); N. Maiolino (2015); C. Hahn (2015); K. Zhang (2014)
Current students: M. Vandermeer (2016)
Contact person: Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: Personality function and biased information processing; implementation of psychosocial rehabilitation principles (PSR) in a forensic setting. Program evaluation of new treatment initiatives.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. KAREN BAX
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education
Director, Western's Mary J. Wright Research and Education Centre at Merrymount
1064 Colborne St.
London, ON  N6A 4B3
Phone:  519-661-3638
E-mail: kbax@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: Within the Centre, I see children and families referred for a variety of academic, mental health, and parenting issues.  My primary approach to assessment is a multi-modal, multi-informant using standardized measures.  My theoretical approach to intervention includes CBT, Family Systems, Mindfulness, and Motivational Interviewing.  Within private practice I primarily see adolescents presenting with significant anxiety and/or depression.
Topics for workshops seminars: Duty to Report; Child Interviewing; CBT for anxiety with younger children
Types of practica: Initial Assessment; Initial Intervention; Advanced Assessment; Advanced Intervention
Types of clients: Child, Adolescent
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav., Behavioural, Cognitive, Family Systems, ACT/Mindfulness
Modality:  Group, Family
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD; Tic Disorder; Learning Disorder; Impulse Control; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Elimination Disorder; Depressive Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live; You review videotape with student 
Recent students: A. Vesely
Current students:  8 Ph.D. students from the School and Applied Psychology Program at the Faculty of Education, Western University
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: Applied research related to social-emotional learning, mindful awareness and self-regulation of children who have experienced adversity.  I am also interested in research related to university-community collaboration.
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FOR 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Last updated: May 2018

DR. KELLY BENN
Private Practice
682 Huron Street
London, ON  N5Y 4J8
Telephone:  (519) 433-3733
E-mail: dr.benn@bennpsych.ca

Clinical interests: I work with a broad range of clientele from the community and referred by medical/health professionals.  Clinical issues include: anxiety, depression, chronic pain/illness, head injury/cognitive disruption, PTSD, phobia, Dissociative Identity Disorder, relationship issues, grief, anger management, low self-esteem, stress, child/adult trauma/victimization, etc.  My theoretical approach is eclectic with main influences of cognitive-behavioural, experiential, and dynamic/self-psychological theory. I am also trained in the provision of EMDR treatment and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).  I provide individual and group format services for adults in the areas of clinical, health, and rehabilitation psychology, and with children in the areas of health and rehabilitation.  I also provide services in the area of career/work counseling assessment.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Paincoping: Working with mTBI; Intro to Psychopharmacology/Integration with Psychotherapy
Types of practica:  Advanced Intervention
Types of clients:  Adult
Modality: Individual; Couple
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive Behaviour; Interpersonal Process; Humanistic; Interpersonal; Eclectic; Psychodynamic; EMDR, CPT
Types of client problems: PTSD; Adjustment Disorder; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Feeding & Eating Disorders; Sexual Dysfunction; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Bipolar & Related Disorders; Dissociative Disorders; Neurocognitive Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Sleep-Wake Disorders; Personality Disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Review videotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview
Recent students:  S. Montgomery-Graham; C. Hahn; S. Ouellette
Current students:  C. Cutler
Clinical contact: Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE ONE STUDENT IN ADVANCED INTERVENTION WITH ADULTS SEPTEMBER 2018 - JUNE 2019 (preferably Wednesdays)
Research interests:  Not currently involved in research but supportive of research interest in the above clinical areas.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. JARED BERMAN
Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI)
600 Sanatorium Road
London, ON  N6H 3W7
Telephone: (519)858-2774, Ext. 2090
E-mail: jared.berman@ontario.ca

Clinical interests:  Clinical assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with complex mental health problems; Cognitive Behaviour Therapies, Trauma Informed Therapies; Adolescent Residential Treatment.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Trauma informed residential work; Adolescent issues
Types of clients: Adolescent
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability, ADHD Disorder, Tic Disorder, Communication Disorder, Learning Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Impulse Control, PTSD, Adjustment Disorder; OC & Related Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders, Bipolar & Related Disorders, Dissociative Disorders; Gender Dysphoria; Neurocognitive Disorder; Depressive Disorders; Schiz. & Other Psychotic Disorders, Disrupt/Impulse/Conduct Disorders; Personality Disorders
Types of training: Advanced intervention; Advanced assessment
Types of modality
: Individual; Group; Family
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Interpers. Process; Cognitive; ACT/Mindfulness
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live; You review videotape with student
Recent students:
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: Program evaluation; Intensive service delivery; Language development
TO BE DETERMINED
Last updated: MAY 2018

DR. TAMARA BIEDERMAN
Private Practice - Biederman & Associates
642 Waterloo Street
London, ON  N6B 2R3
Telephone: (519) 873-3783
E-mail: tamarabiederman@rogers.com

Clinical interests: CBT orientation, adult clients struggling with ABI, chronic pain, adjustment to limitations, trauma and depression.  Clients often have had motor vehicle accident or workplace trauma.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Private practice; MVA systems issues and typical treatment issues; ABI population
Types of clients:  Adult
Types of client problems: PTSD; Adjustment disorder; OC & related disorders; Depressive disorders; Somatic symptoms & related disorders; Neurocognitive disorders
Types of training: Initial intervention; Advanced intervention
Types of modality
:  Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav.; Interpersonal
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview
Recent students:
Current students:
Clinical contact:
Research interests: N/A
ROSTER IS NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018


DR. JEFF CARTER
Vanier Children's Services
871 Trafalgar Street
London, ON  N5Z 1E6
Telephone: (519)433-3101, Ext. 124
E-mail: jcarter@vanier.com

Clinical interests:  As the Director of Quality Improvement at Vanier Children's Services, students working with me can see clients from any part of the organization.  My practice includes children and youth from about age 6 years to about age 14 years who have complex mental health and related challenges and their families.  The role of psychology at Vanier focuses primarily on assessment, but students working with me can also gain experience in individual therapy, family therapy, or both.  My primary theoretical perspective is Relational Psychotherapy, and I also draw heavily on the Solution-Focused approach and Cognitive-Behavioural techniques.  
Topics for workshops, seminars: Any related to practice
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Types of client problems: Neurodevelopment Disorders; Intellectual Disability; ADHD Disorder; Tic Disorder; Learning Disorder; Impulse Control; PTSD; Adjustment Disorder; Reactive Attachment Disorder; Anxiety Disorders
Types of training: Advanced Intervention; Initial Intervention: Advanced Assessment; Consult/Liaison; Program Evaluation; Interprofessional Care
Types of modality
:  Individual; Family
Theoretical orientation:  Psychodynamic; Solution-Focused
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview (rare); You review videotape with student; You observe student live (rare)
Recent students: K. Turnbull (2016); Y. Kotelnikova (2016); K. Schraeder (2013)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: My research interests relate to program evaluation of children's mental health services.
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018


DR. DANIELLE CATAUDELLA
Children's Hospital / London Health Sciences Centre
800 Commissioners Road East, Rm B6-300
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8144
E-mail: danielle.cataudella@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: My clinical and research has focused on the coping and adjustment of children and adolescents with life-threatening or limiting illnesses and their families – mostly commonly childhood cancer and acute inpatients with a variety of medical issues (accidental injury, cystic fibrosis, inflammatory bowel diseases, chronic pain). Within an academic teaching hospital, clinical work is conducted within the context of an interdisciplinary team and bio-psycho-social and family-centered model of care.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Pediatric Psychology, Grief/bereavement
Type of clinical practica: Clinical Psychology, Health and Rehabilitation
Types of clients:  Lifespan
Types of Modality:  Individual; Group; Family
Theoretical orientation:  CBT/Integrative; Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Interpersonal process;  Family systems
Types of client problems:  PTSD; Complex/Persistent Bereavement; Adjustment/Anxiety/Depressive/Somatic Symptoms/Feeding & Eating Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live; Two-way mirror; Other Training Opportunities - Consult/Liaison; Clinical Research; Program Eval.
Recent students: T. Morely; K. Edwards; K. O'Conner; A. Vesely; K. Kryski, K. Schraeder
Current students: K. Schraeder (2015)
Clinical contact: Available for advanced students with child/adolescent academic and intervention experience
Research interests: Pediatric Oncology; Palliative Care
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO APRIL 2019 - will need to know before May 14th
Last updated: May 2018

DR. SABRINA CHIARELLA
Vanier, Children's Services
London, ON  N5Z 1E6
Telephone: (519) 433-3101, Ext. 272
E-mail: schiarel@vanier.com

Clinical interests:  My clinical research interests and experiences have provided me with a strong foundation in conducting comprehensive assessments on children and asolescents, evaluating their cognitive, academic, social/emotional and behavioural functioning in order to provide recommendations to parents, schools, and community providers.  I have experience with a number of assessment instruments and I have proficiency in a variety of intervention techniques, including CBT, CPS, DBT, behavioural management training, play therapy, narrative therapy and integrative methods.  I have extensive experience in providing interventions within individual, family and group contexts.  My work also includes working with preschoolers, children and adolescents and their families presenting with a range of psychopathologies.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Guiding students through the assessment of preschoolers, children and adolescents with complex needs
Types of training: Initial assessment; Advanced assessment; Advanced intervention; Initial intervention
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Group; Family
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav.; Psychodynamic; Behavioural; Cognitive; Family Systems
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD Disorder; Communication Disorder; Learning Disorder; Autism Spectrum Disorder; Impulse Control; PTSD; Attachment Based Issues; Adjustment Disorder; Reactive Attachement Disorder; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Dissociative Disorders; Neurocognitive Disorder; Depressive Disorders; Disrupt/Impulse/Conduct Disorders
Recent students
Current students: J. Wilde (2017); C. Sarmiento (2017)
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: Focusing on the development of empathy and emotion and understanding, and selective trust in infancy; development of selective trust, examining the extent to which infants modify their behaviour towards an individual whom had previously expressed unjustified emotions.
TO BE DETERMINED
Last updated:  May 2018


DR. KERRY COLLINS
CAMHCP, Children's Hospital LHSC-VC, B8-170
800 Commissioners Road, East
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8500, Ext. 55799
E-mail: Kerry.Collins@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: (1) Evidence-based assessment and treatment of complex internalizing difficulties (e.g., anxiety and comorbid difficulties, school avoidance) in children and adolescents.  CBT for anxiety and related disorders (e.g. depression) in group and individual format, motivational interviewing, DBT and parent/family interventions. (2) Client populations are children and adolescents ages 6-17, as well as their families. (3) Primary theoretical approach is CBT and adaptations (e.g. transdiagnostic CBT), with options for both diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments.  
Topics for workshops, seminars: School avoidance in children/adolescents; Anxiety disorders in children/adolescents; CBT or transdiagnosdstic CBT with children/acolescents; Learning disabilities in children/adolescents
Type of clinical practica:  Advanced intervention, Advanced assessment
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Group; Family
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav.; Behavioural; Cognitive; Family systems; DBT, Motivational interviewing
Types of client problems: ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, Tic disorder, PTSD, Adjustment disorder, OC & related disorders, Anxiety disorders, Depressive disorders, Gender dysphoria, Personality disorders, Somatic symptoms & related disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case;  Review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview
Recent students:  R. McDermott (2014);  K. Zhang (2015); K. Rnic (2016)
Current students: S. Ouellette; D. Machado
Clinical contact:  Available
Research interests:  Management of childhood anxiety disorders in public sectors.  Waitlist interventions for anxiety including the use of mobile technology for enhancing service delivery; CBT for anxiety and depression.
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated:  June 2018

DR. JENNIFER CROTOGINO  
Children's Hospital, Paediatric Psychology
800 Commissioners Road, East
Building Entrance B, Room B6-300
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Phone:  (519) 685-8500, Ext. 52533
E-mail:  jennifer.crotogino@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: I work in an interdisciplinary outpatient clinic for children and youth with chronic pain, providing assessment and treatment.   Our framework as a team is biopsychosocial, and involves close collaboration with a full team including anaesthesiology, psychiatry, physiotherapy, social work, nursing and pharmacy.  My primary therapeutic orientation is CBT, but also incorporates behavioural principles as well as mindfulness, in individual treatment as well as group format.  Given the biopsychosocial approach, the treatment focus is both on pain itself, as well as factors that affect health and functioning, such as sleep, co-morbid mental health concerns, or the impact of co-existing medical conditions.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Paediatric psychology; Paediatric pain
Types of practica: Advanced intervention
Types of clients: Child; Adolescent (Ages 6 - 18)
Modality: Individual; Group; Family
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive-behav.; Behavioural; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: Somatic symptoms & related disorders; Mental health co-morbidities in child/youth with chronic pain
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students
Current students:  C. Sarmiento (2018)
Clinical contact: Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: Our program is part of a province-wide network that is collaborating on projects such as the development of a province-wide pain registry for pediatric chronic pain.  We are also involved in developing a strategy for integrating evidence-based pain prevention and management strategies in our organization.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. KATHY DANCE
Student Development Centre, 4th Floor
Western Student Services Building
Room 4100
Western University
London, ON N6A 3K7
Telephone: (519) 661-2111, Ext. 85940
E-mail: kdance@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: I work primarily with emerging adults in the university context.  Clinically I am particularly interested in trauma and dissociation, and the clinical implications of attachment.  On a practice level, in addition to assiting clients with the sequelae of trauma, I most frequently treat mood and anxiety disorders.  I have an interest in illness anxiety.  I also have some specialized knowledge and competencies for working with lgbt2q populations.  I have extensive exposure to theoretical and practice literature with respect to clinical supervision.  I enjoy the psychodynamic literature on a theoretical level, my theoretical approach to assessment and intervention is cognitive-behavioural.
Topics for workshops, seminars: LGBT2Q
Type of practica:  Initial intervention
Types of clients: Adolescent; Adult
Modality: Individual
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive behav.; Behavioural; Cognitive
Types of client problems: PTSD, Adjustment disorder, OC & related disorders, Anxiety disorders, Feeding & eating disorders, Somatic symptoms & related disorders, Depressive disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/co-interview
Recent students:  J. Gillies (2017), E. Shumlich (2017), S. Szota (2017), C. Hahn (2016), A. Newton (2016), M. Tomlinson (2016), S. Montgomery-Graham (2015), D. Ladowsky (2015); D. Machado (2015); N. Maiolino (2015); S. Chen (2014)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Unavailable
Research interests
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE MAY 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
L
ast updated: June 2018

DR. NANCY DAVIS
Private Practice - Biederman & Associates
642 Waterloo Street
London, ON  N6B 2R3
Telephone: (519) 873-3783
E-mail: nancy3davis@gmail.com

Clinical interests:  I am interested in growth-orientation in response to trauma and other negative or unexpected events.  I work with adults.  I see patients with mood disorders, adjustment disorders and anxiety primarily.  I work with MVC and WSIB patients. My theoretical approach is primarily feminist and dynamic, but I also use cognitive and acceptance-oriented techniques.  
Topics for workshops, seminars:
Types of clients: Adult
Types of client problems: PTSD, Adjustment disorder, OC & related disorders, Anxiety disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Personality disorders
Types of training: Initial assessment, Initial intervention, Advanced intervention
Types of modality
:  Individual, Group
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav., Psychodynamic, ACT/Mindfulness, Feminist
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes cases to you, You review audiotape with student, Co-therapy/Co-Interview
Recent students:
Current students:
Clinical contact: Unavailable
Research interests: N/A
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018

DR. TRACY DESJARDINS
St. Joseph's Health Care London
Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care
P.O. Box 5777, Stn. B
London, ON  N6A 4V2
Telephone: (519) 631-8510, Ext. 49183
E-mail: tracy.desjardins@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests:  Primary interests include assessment (e.g., violence risk, criminal responsibility, malingering, diagnosis) and treatment in forensic settings; PTSD; substance use disorders.  I work with adults with a bona fide or suspected mental disorder who have come into contact with the legal system.  The most common presentations include psychotic disorders, major mood disorders, personality disorders, and substance abuse disorders.  My theoretical approach to assessment follows a biopsychosocial framework, integrating data from multiple areas of functioning over time, psychometric measures, informants, and collateral documents.  My overarching theoretical approach to treatment provision in forensics follows the Risk-Need-Responsivity model, which emphasizes providing services to high risk individuals targeting criminogenic (changeable) risk factors in a manner that is tailored to each individuals' needs and abilities.  My primary theoretical approaches to intervention include cognitive-behavioural and interpersonal process oriented approaches.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Assessment, Intervention, and ethical issues in forensic psychology practice
Types of clients: Adult
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability, ADHD disorder, Impulse control, PTSD, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Schiz. & other psychotic disorders, Paraphilias, Disrupt. impulse & conduct disorders, Neurocognitive disorders, Personality disorders, Med-induced movement disorders  & other adverse effects of medication
Types of training: Initial assessment; Advanced assessment; Advanced intervention
Types of modality
:  Individual, Group (pending availability)
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav., Eclectic, Behavioural, Interpers. process, Cognitive, ACT/Mindfulness
Type of supervision you can provide:  Students describes case to you, Co-therapy/Co-interview, You observe student live
Recent students:
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: I am interested in predictors of forensic system entry/outcome; emotional support; program evaluation; and measurement issues.
ROSTER IS NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018

DR. CAREY ANNE DeOLIVEIRA
Clinical Psychologist, TVFHT (Byron Family Medical Centre); Private Practice
1228 Commissioners Road, West
London, ON  N6K 1C7
Telephone: BFMC: (519) 472-9670, Ext. 74240 -- Private Practice: (519) 871-3504
Fax:  (519) 858-3913
E-mail: cdeoliv@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: The Byron Medical Centre is a primary health care setting.  I work with individuals across the developmental lifespan (children, adolescents, and adults) around a wide range of issues, including but not limited to:  anxiety, mood, adjustment, behavioural issues, ADHD, complex diagnostic issues, grief, trauma, parenting, relationship problems, and personality disorders.  I provide complex assessments, direct and indirect consultations, and individual and group therapy. In my private practice I see clients across development (infants/toddlers, children, adolescents, and adults).  I provide assessment, individual psychotherapy, parent-child relational therapy,  and parent consultation support.  Common primary presenting issues are: anxiety, depression, adjustment, attachment, grief and loss, trauma/PTSD, OCD, dealing with divorce, and complex relationship issues.  My underlying theoretical orientation is from an attachment perspective and I integrate contemporary object relations and emotion focused approaches.  I draw from cognitive behavioural, solution focused, and client-centred approaches depending on client issues and needs.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Psychological approaches to treating trauma related disorders in children and adults; relevance of psychodynamic therapy and formulation in contemporary care; attachment informed parent consultation and work with children
Types of practica: More advanced practica
Types of clients: Child, Adolescent, Adult, Senior
Modality: Individual; Group; Family
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive behav., Psychodynamic, Interpers. Process, Humanistic, Attachment based
Types of client problems: Adjustment, Mood, Anxiety, Personality, Eating disorders, Conduct disorders, Learning disorders, Attach/dev dis., Disr. behav. dis., Anxiety, Sleep disorders, Impulse control, AD/ADH disorders, Stress management
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students:  K. Zhang (2015)
Current students: K. Dossett (2018)
Contact person:  Available
UNAVAILABLE FOR 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Research interests:  Therapeutic implications of attachment.
Last update:  May 2018

DR. LISA DESTUN
Private Practice
529 Queens Avenue, 2nd Floor
London, ON  N6B 1Y3
Telephone: (519) 670-6188
E-mail: lisamdestun@gmail.com

Clinical interests:  Couple therapy constituting roughly 60% of my personal caseload.  40% with depression, anxiety, and trauma.  My approach is essentially psychodynamic/relational/emotion-focused, but incorporates both mindfulness practices and CBT when appropriate (e.g. exposure/progressive relaxation with anxiety; behavioural activation for depression)
Topics for workshops, seminars:
Types of clients:  Adult
Types of client problems: PTSD, Adjustment disorder, OC & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Sexual dysfunction, Somatic symptoms & related disorders, Personality disorders
Types of training: Initial intervention; Advanced intervention
Types of modality
:  Individual; Marital; Couple
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav., Psychodynamic, Eclectic, ACT/Mindfulness
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case, You review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview, You observe student live
Recent students:
Current students:
Clinical contact:
Research interests:
ROSTER IS FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018

DR. ANDREA DOWNIE
London Health Sciences Centre - Children's Hospital
800 Commissioners Road East, VH, B6-300
P.O. Box 5010
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8144
E-mail: andrea.downie@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests:  Paediatric neurpsychological assessment, diagnosis, and consultation.  Work predominantly with children and families who are currently undergoing treatment for childhood cancer or who have survived childhood cancer.  This includes children who are diagnosed and treated for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia or a brain tumour, as well as children whose cancer is associated with a syndrome that has an accompanying neurodevelopmental disorder (e.g., Neurofibromatosis Type 1).  I also work with children and families whose primary diagnosis might be neurological, genetic, or metabolic.  Children range in age from 4 to 18 years of age, with many children being assessed across multiple time points throughout their development.  Some children have motor, visual, or hearing impairments or are English language learners.  My approach to assessment involves a transactional model in which the evaluation of a child's neuropsychological functioning occurs in consideration of environmental (e.g., home, school) and psychosocial factors.  Through this model, students who work with me will have the opportunity to learn how abnormalities in brain development interact with environmental factors, and how the neuropsychological sequelae of brain abnormalities develop over time. 
Topics for workshops, seminars:
Types of clients: Child, Adolescent
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability, Communication disorders, ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, Anxiety disorders, Depressive disorders, Neurocognitive disorders
Types of training: Initial assessment; Advanced assessment
Types of modality
:  Individual, Family
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav.
Type of supervision you can provide
Recent students: Deanna Walker (2018)
Current students:
Clinical contact:
Research interests: Neurocognitive and social difficulties associated with childhood cancer and the development of interventions designed to improve these difficulties.  Given the small size of Children's Hospital LHSC, I have carried out the majority of this research as a co-investigator on a number of multi-site research studies.  The results of this research, and that carried out by others involved in similar projects, document that children who are diagnosed with a brain tumour and treated with cranial radiation are at a high risk to experience changes in attention, executive functioning, processing speed, and working memory, which in turn adversely affects academent achievement.  These late effects have a significant impact upon the lives of children who survive a brain tumour including changes to their social functioning, validated remediation methods available to survivors of childhood cancer.  Publications available in CV.
POSSIBLY AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019 (depends on demands associated with London Clinical Psychology Consortium)
Last updated: June 2018

DR. STEPHANIE DUBOIS
Parkwood Institute Mental Health Care - MainBuilding
Assessment Program & Treatment and Rehabilitation Prgs
St. Joseph's Health Care London
550 Wellington Road
London, ON N6C 0A7
Telephone: (519) 455-5110, Ext. 47351
E-mail: stephanie.dubois@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: Psychological assessment and individual therapy for patients with persistent mental (affective, psychotic, personality) disorders in an inpatient setting.  Theoretical appraches utilized:  Integrative therapy.  Informed by counter-transference-transference issues, trauma informed care, working alliance and process of change.  Supervision emphasis on professional identity, mentoring, and advocacy.  Approach to Assessment:  Biopsychosocial approach
Topics for workshops, seminars:  Intervening with Suicidal Patients
Types of practica:  Initial Assessment; Advanced Assessment
Types of client: Adult
Modality: Individual
Therapeutic orientation:  Behavioural; Interpersonal process; Narrative; Trauma informed care and integrative - informed by transference and countertransference
Types of client problems: Adjustment; PTSD, OC & related disorders, Anxiety disorders, Feeding & eating dis., Somatic symptoms & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Dissociative disorders, Depressive disorders, Personality disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Co-therapy/co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: V. Johnson (2015)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Unavailable
ROSTER IS FULL FOR 2018-2019
Research interests:
Last updated: May 2018


DR. JULIE EICHSTEDT
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
Children's Hospital - VH, B8-164
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Care Program
800 Commissioners Rd., E.
P.O. Box 5010
London, ON N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8500, Ext. 77107
E-mail: julie.eichstedt@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: My clinical interests include the assessment and treatment of children and youth with mood and anxiety disorders, differential diagnosis and treatment of common comorbid conditions, and assessment of Autism Spectrum disorders.  The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Care Outpatient Program provides assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with primarily internalizing difficulties (mood and anxiety).  Evidence-based individual and group therapies are offered, with parents typically included in treatment.  My primary th theoretical model is cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).  All cases, however, are also conceptualized from a developmental and systems perspective, and other approaches are integrated as clinically indicated (e.g., DBT, Motivational Interviewing.
Topics for workshops, seminars:  Clinical interviewing with children, adolescents, and their families; CBT with children and youth; Treatment of anxiety and/or depression in children and adolescents; Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Integrating research and practice in a clinical/hospital setting; Integrating motivational interviewing in therapy, Assessing suicide risk and developing a safety plan
Types of practica: Initial intervention; Advanced intervention
Types of clients: Child; Adolescent
Modality: Individual; Group
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive behav.; Behavioural; Cognitive
Types of client problems: Autism spectrum disorder (assessment only); PTSD; OC & related disorders; Anxiety disorders; Personality disorders; Depressive disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: S. Chen (2017), Y. Kotelnikova (2015), K. Schraeder (2014)
Current students: C. Sarmiento (2018)
Clinical contact:  Available
Research interests: My current research focuses on improving access to effective treatments for mental health disorders in children and youth, e-mental health applications, and strategies to reduce wait times for children's mental health services. Other areas of research include anxiety and depression in children and youth and their treatment, as well as the factors that increase the effectiveness and accessibility of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: May 2018

DR. ELSPETH EVANS
Student Development Centre
Western Student Services Bldg, 4100
Western University
London, ON  N6A 3K7
Telephone: (519) 661-2111, Ext. 85880
E-mail:  eevans3@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: Treatment of adolescents and adults with mood and anxiety concerns; Mindfulness Meditation; Yoga; Applications of attachment theory; Integrative approaches to psychotherapy. Client Populations - Diverse population of university studets (adolescence-late adulthood) with wide range of presenting problems.  Theoretical Approach - Integration of Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy with Mindfulness Meditation, Emotion Regulation approaches, Attachment and Trauma Theory.
Topics for workshops, seminars:
Types of practica:  Initial Intervention; Advanced Intervention; Initial Intervention
Types of clients:  Adolescents; Adults
Modality: Individual; Group
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive Behavioural; Narrative; Humanistic; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: PTSD; Adjustment Disorder; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Bipolar and Related Disorders; Dissociative Disorders; Gender Dysphoria; Depressive Disorders; Personality Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: S. Chen (2016); D. Machado (2016)
Current students:
Clinical contact:  Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE MAY 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: Mindfulness meditation, Adult attachment, trauma and parenting
Last updated: June 2018

DR. LAURA FAZAKAS-deHOOG
St. Joseph's Health Care - Southwest Centre for Forensic Mental Health Care
401 Sunset Drive
St. Thomas, ON
N5R 3C6
Telephone: (519) 631-8510, Ext. 49282
E-mail: Laura.Fazakas-deHoog@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: Psychological assessment and profiling - I provide assessment and treatment to forensic clients who present with complex pathology including psychotic disorders, mood disorders, substance abuse disorders and personality disorders.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Risk assessment
Type of practicum:  Initial assessment; Initial intervention;  Advanced assessment; Advanced intervention
Types of clients: Adult
Modality:  Individual, Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Psychodynamic; Eclectic; Interpersonal; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems:  Intellectual disability, Impuse control, PTSD, OC & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Dissociative disorders, Schiz. & other psychotic disorders, Sexual dysfunction, Paraphilias, Personality disorders, Somatic symptoms & related disorders, Med-induced movement disorders and other adverse effects of medication
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: C. Cutler (2015); K. Rnic (2014); K. Dossett; M. Tomlinson; J. Wilde; B. Grant
Current students: M. Brown
Clinical contact: Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE STUDENTS FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: Prediction of violence recidivism; suicidal thinking and behaviour.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. ANTHONY FOLINO
TVDSB - Thames Valley District School Board & Private Practice
1250 Dundas Street
London, ON
N5W 5P2
Telephone: (519) 452-2000, Ext. 77989
E-mail: a.folino@tvdsb.ca

Clinical interests: Among other roles, I am currently overseeing the TVDSB mental health transitions classrooms (which supports approximately 65 students). These classrooms are designated to support students within the TVDSB who have completed treatment for underlying mental health challenges and are in the process of transitioning back into the school system. As a result, I provide a variety of psychological and psycho-educational supports (assessments, interventions, remediation, and consultation) for school-aged individuals (from grades 5-12) with complex mental health, social, emotional, behavioral, and learning needs. Students within our program typically present with a variety of challenges including:Anxiety;Depression;Conduct disorder;Self-harm behaviors;Anger management difficulties;Severe oppositionality;Social skills deficits; Reactive attachment disorder; Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Bi-polar disorder; PTSD; Learning disabilities.
To address student’s wide-ranging needs, I typically rely on a number of clinical techniques and modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, behavior modification, solution-focused approaches, and structured play therapy. Given the complex needs of our students, assessments are typically comprehensive and involve the following components: Standardized assessments of intelligence;Standardized assessments of academic achievement;Standardized assessments of underlying processes related to learning (e.g., phonological awareness, memory, fine-motor development, executive functioning);Clinical interviews and observations;Administration of social-emotional questionnaires.
Topics for workshops, seminars:  Aspects related to the college of psychologists registration process; Roles and responsibilities of school psychologists; Temporal effects of antecedent exercise on students disruptive behaviours.
Type of practicum:  Initial Intervention; More advanced practica
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Eclectic; Applied Behav. Anal.
Types of client problems: ADHD disorder; Learning disorder; Impulse control; PTSD; Adjustment disorder; Reactive attachement disorder; OCD & related disorders; Anxiety disorders; Somatic symptoms & related disorders; Bipolar & related disorders; Gender dysphoria; Depressive disorders; Schiz. & other psychotic disorders; Disrupt. impulse & conduct disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students:  A. Vesley; C. Hahn (2015)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Not Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests:  N/A
Last updated: May 2018

DR. LINDSEY FORBES
Private Practice
630 Colborne Street, Suite 103
London, ON
N6B 2V3
Telephone: (519) 280-6697
www.DrLForbes.com
E-mail: lforbes3@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: Comprehensive psychoeducational assessments with children, teens and adults using a Cross-Battery Approach.  Sport Psychology Consultation with athletes/performers, primarily from a CBT perspective.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Cross-battery psychoeducational assessment; Differential diagnosis of learning disabilities/ADHD, etc.; Sport psychology & the application of psychological skills for optimal performance; Exercise & mental health
Type of practicum:  (1) assessment-based practicum doing comprehensive psycho-educational assessments with children/adults, and/or (2) group therapy practicum where the student co-facilitates an exercise and mental health intervention with post-secondary students and/or assists me in developing/implementing group counselling interventions to deliver psychological skills training to specific groups of athletes (e.g., runners).
Types of clients:  Adult; Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Cognitive; Interpersonal Process; Family Systems; Interpersonal; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD; Learning Disorder; Autism Spectrum Disorder; PTSD; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Neurocognitive Disorder
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: S. Caird (2014); S. Ouellette (2015); S. Montgomery-Graham (2016); C Cutler (2016); E Shumlich (2016)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM JANUARY 2019 TO AUGUST 2019 (Advanced assessment on Fridays - full day) January-April 2019 a large proportion of referrals will be for adult assessments, particularly post-secondary students, with fewer child referrals. From May onward, we usually see more child/adolescent clients for assessments, with occasional adult/post-secondary referrals. It's usually ideal if students are open to assessing both adults and youth. Graduate students with an adult-focus best suited to a practicum during the academic year (Jan-April) vs. the summer.
Research interests:  Program evaluation of a novel group therapy intervention designed to help participants use structured exercise as a tool to enhance their mental health.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. JARED FRENCH
Psychologist, Western Student Development Centre
Western University
4163, Student Services Bldg.
London, ON  N6A 3K7
Telephone: (519) 661-2111, Ext. 85986
E-mail: jfrenc24@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: Anxiety and depression within post-secondary populations; Therapeutic processes; Psychologist/Counsellor development; CBT; Post-Structural Therapies (e.g., Narrative, Collaborative, Solution-Focused); Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Topics for workshops, seminars: Narrative Therapy; Single Session Therapy; Discourse Analysis as a form of qualitative research
Type of practica: Advanced intervention; Initial interention
Types of clients: Adult
Modality: Individual
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive Behav.; Narrative; Humanistic; Family Systems; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: OCD & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Gender Dysphoria; Depressive Disorders; Personality Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy-Co-interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live; Student observes me
Recent students: S. Ouellette (2014); M. Tomlinson (2014); N. Maiolino (2016); Colleen Cutler (2016)
Current students:  D. Machado (2017); M. Vandermeer (2017)
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: Discourse analysis applied to therapeutic conversations
ROSTER FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018


DR. HEATHER GETTY
St. Joseph's Hospital
Pain Management Program
268 Grosvenor Avenue
London, ON N6A 4V2
Telephone: (519) 646-6000 (Ext. 64369)
E-mail: Heather.Getty@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: I conduct assessment and individual and group treatment with adults with chronic pain, but my private practice is a generalist practice and I do individual assessment and treatment with adults with affective and anxiety disorders.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Attachment; Chronic Pain; Integration of Traditional and Acceptance-Based CBT Interventions
Type of practica: Initial Assessment; Initial Intervention
Types of clients: Adult
Modality: Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive Behav.; Psychodynamic; Humanistic; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: Adjustment Disorder; Anxiety Disorder; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Personality Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students: K. Zhang (2014)
Current students
Clinical contact: Not Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: I am interested in evaluating treatments combining traditional CBT with acceptance-based approaches.  Other interests include relationships between attachment security and adjustment to pain, and gender differences in chronic pain.
Last updated: May 2018


DR. KARIN GLEASON
Child and Parent Research Institute
600 Sanatorium St.
London, ON N6H 3W7
Telephone: (519) 858-2774, Ext. 2247
E-mail: karin.gleason@ontario.ca

Clinical interests: Providing assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and consultation services to children and families with complex needs within a tertiary care setting.  IDEAS service provides primarily outpatient services within an interdisciplinary team approach.  Psychological assessment, diagnosis and treatment of children with intellectual/developmental disabilities and emotional disorders (anxiety and mood disorders) using an adapted cognitive behavioural approach.  Practica students would have an opportunity to assess and address a wide variety of mental health symptoms and disorders in the context of a complex population presenting with intellectual disabilities. 
Topics for workshops, seminars: Assessment and diagnosis of intellectual/developmental disability; Recognition & treatment of mental health disorders in children/youth with intellectual disabilities.
Types of practica:  Advanced intervention, Advanced assessment
Types of clients: Child; Adolescent
Modality: Individual; Group
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive behavioural; Behavioural; Applied Behav. Anal
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability; Communication disorders, Autism spectrum disorder; Impulse control, OC & related disorders, Anxiety disorders, Depressive disorders, Feeding & eating disorders, Elimination disorders, Neurocognitive disorders, Med-induced movement disorders & other adverse effects of medication; Sleep-Wake disorders, Disrupt. Impulse & Conduct disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students
Current students:  
Contact person:  Unavailable
Research interests: Effectiveness of adapting CBT based anxiety and mood treatment strategies for children and youth with intellectual disabilities.  
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM JANUARY 2019 TO AUGUST 2019
Last updated: May 2018

DR. ERICA GOLD
Children’s Hospital
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
800 Commissioners Road E., Room B6-300
London, ON N6C 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8300, Ext. 52039
E-mail: erica.gold@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests:  I work with children, adolescents, and their families who have a medical problem that affects their psychological adjustment or psychological problems that affect their health.  Practicum students are involved in clinical assessment, therapy, and consultation within the hospital and occasionally with schools.  Issues addressed may include management of recurrent or chronic pain such as headaches or abdominal pain, anxiety contributing or related to a physical symptom or a medical condition, grief and support following diagnosis, and adherence to treatment regimes.  Treatment approaches tend to be CBT and behavioural.
Workshops, Seminars:  Topics related to child health, pain management, adjustment to illness, encopresis diabetes, etc.
Type of practica:  Advanced intervention
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive behavioral; Behavioral
Types of client problems: Adjustment disorder; Mood; Anxiety disorder; Depressive disorder; Elimination dis.; Somatic symptoms & related disorders; Sleep-wake dis.; Pain management
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: K. Zhang (2016)
Current students:  
Clinical contact: Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests:  I am not currently involved in research.
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. ESTHER GOLDBERG
Thames Valley District School Board
1250 Dundas St., P.O. Box 5888
London, ON  N6A 5L1
Telephone:  (226) 219-7571
E-mail: e.goldberg@tvdsb.ca

Clinical interests: I have recently begun a new position with the TVDSB (Fall 2017).  My current position involves providing psychological services to four elementary schools and one secondary school.  In addition to providing assessment and consultation services to children, families, and staff, I have also provided several internal professional development trainings (including mental health/trauma, learning disabilities and giftedness).  Within one elementary and the secondary school, I also have the responsibility of providing services to the Transitions Program classrooms.  The students in these self-contained classes have been identified with Behavioural Exceptionalities and as requiring substantially differentiated educational experiences.  Although the school board is not a treatment setting, these children generally present with coomplex mental health and other needs.
My approach to assessment and intervention involves applying a developmental psychopathology view.  For assessment, the goal is to identify issues and develop strategies as appropriate for the educational environment.  For consultation, the goal is to assist school staff and families to better understand needs, and to help identify possible community resources that may also play a role.  There is also regular consultation related to students who have been identified a posing a possible risk to the environment, so a threat-risk assessment lens is used.  As the school board is not a treatment setting, intervention/therapeutic work usually makes use of solution-focused, and supportive strategies.  There is additional opportunity with the Transitions students, particularly in the secondary setting, to employ additional strategies as appropriate.
Topics for workshops, seminars:  FASD (have obtained additional training); Assessment
Type of clinical practica:  Initial assessment
Types of clients: Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual
Theoretical orientation
Types of client problems:  Intellectual disability, Communication dis., Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, Movement disorder, Impulse control, Anxiety disorders, Depressive disorders, Disrupt. impulse & conduct dis.
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: C. Sarmiento (2017); J.L. Wilde (2017)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: N/A
MAY BE AVAILABLE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019 FOR SHORT-TERM PLACEMENT INITIALLY (developing familiarity with new role)
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. GLORIA GRACE
Department of Psychology
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
University Hospital
339 Windermere Road
London, Ontario N6A 5A5
Telephone:  (519) 663-3467
E-mail:  gloria.grace@lhsc.on.ca  

Clinical interests: My clinical interests include neuropsychological assessment regarding a wide range of neurological conditions as referred from a general neurology/neurosurgery hospital service.  Patient populations consist of a wide variety of neurological conditions and disorders including but not limited to the dementias (e.g., Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease), demylinating disorders (e.g., Multiple Sclerosis), cerebrovascular disorders, CNS infections, tumours, and traumatic brain injury. Patient age ranges from young adults to the very elderly.  My theoretical orientation to neuropsychological assessment is best described as a flexible battery approach, which utilizes elements of hypothesis-testing process.
Topics for Workshops, Seminars: Identifying comorbid neuropsychological symptoms in patients: When to refer to neuropsychology; Provision of test results (feedback) to patients and family ("How to give bad news well"); A general talk on dementia; Talks on specific domains of functioning (e.g., frontal lobe executive skills, memory, attention/concentration, etc.); Talks on specific neurological disorders (e.g., Alzheimers's disease, Parkinson's disease, Traumatic brain injury, etc.) 
Types of clinical practica:  Initial assessment; Advanced assessment; More advanced practica
Types of clients:  Adolescent; Adult; Senior
Modality:  Individual
Theoretical orientation:  Flexible battery; Hypothesis-testing approach
Types of client problems: Neurocognitive Disorder; Within the context of a neuropsychological assessment, many patients have comorbid problems with depression, anxiety, pain, somatoform disorders, learning disorders, stress and/or personality disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students: D. Machado (2016); L. Szota (2017); D. Ladowski (2017)
Current students:
Clinical contact:  Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM JANUARY 2018 - APRIL 2018 (ASSESSMENT STUDENT on Thursdays & Fridays).  
Research interests: In my past, my primary area of research concerned cognitive dysfunction in motor neuron disease (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Primary Lateral Sclerosis).
Last updated: May 2018

DR. MAYA GUPTA
London Health Sciences Centre - Victoria Hospital
800 Commissioners Road East, P.O. Box 5010
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8500, Ext. 77091
E-mail: maya.gupta@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests:  I provide clinical services in the Prevention and EArly Intervention Program for Psychoses (PEPP), working with youth and young adults who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis.  My clinical interests include psychological intervention and assessment of individuals with a primary psychotic disorder.  Clients within the PEPP program present with a diverse range of mental health concerns.  In addition to psychosis, common comorbidities that are addressed therapeutically include depression, anxiety, OCD, trauma, and substance abuse.  My therapeutic orientation is client-centred and integrative; integrating clements of cognitive behavioural therapy, interersonal therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, and emotion regulation skills. 
Topics for workshops, seminars: Assessment and treatment approaches when with with individuals with psychosis
Types of clients:  Adult, Adolescent
Types of client problems: Learning disorder, PTSD, OC & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Dissociative disorders, Schiz. & other psychotic disorders, Personality disorders
Types of training: Initial assessment, Initial intervention, Advanced assessment, Advanced intervention
Types of modality
:  Individual, Group
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behav., Behavioural, Cognitive, Interpersonal process, Humanistic, ACT/Mindfulness, Interpersonal
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you, You review audiotape with student, Co-therapy/Co-interview, You observe student live
Recent students:
Current students: Bryan Grant (2018)
Clinical contact: Not available
Research interests: Include evaluation of a Voice Hearers group, examination of family dynamics in early psychosis, and understanding real-world functional outcomes and recovery in psychosis.
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018

DR. MICHAEL HARNADEK
Department of Psychology
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
University Hospital
339 Windermere Road, PO Box 5339
London, Ontario N6A 5A5
Telephone: (519) 663-3467
E-mail:  michael.harnadek@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: Neuropsychological assessment of adults.  Clinical interests include:  neuropsychological assessment, concussion, performance validity and assessment of effort.  Theoretical approach is a flexible battery system with an emphasis upon clinical interaction.
Topics for Workshops:  Presentation and recovery from concussion, persistent post-concussion syndrome and barriers to recovery, and evaluation/understanding of insufficient effort during psychological assessment.
Types of clinical practica:  Clinical neuropsychology
Types of clients:  Adults, older adolescents (16+), and elderly patients
Modality
Theoretical orientation:  Eclectic
Types of client problems: Neurological/Cognitive
Type of supervision you can provide: Co-therapy/Co-interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live
Recent students
:  C. Hahn (2014); M. Tomlinson (2015); Erin Shumlich (2016); C. Hahn (2017)
Current students:  A. Daoust (2018)
Clinical contact:  Not Available
Research interests: Cognitive effects of mild stroke, concussion, persistent post-concussion syndrome, and evaluation/understanding of effort during psychological assessment.
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE A STUDENT FROM MAY 2018 - JANUARY 2019 
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. KIMBERLY HARRIS
London Family Court Clinic 
254 Pall Mall Street, Suite 200
London, ON
N6A 5P6
Phone:  (519) 494-6572
E-mail:  kim.harris@lfcc.on.ca

Clinical Interests:  I conduct court-ordered assessments of parenting capacity, custody and access, youth mental health, and capacity to testify.  I have been declared an expert witness in Family Court for parenting capacity, methal health, and psychological assessment.  The last five years, I have been actively involved in building diagnostic capacity for fetal alcohol spectrum disorders in the London area, an initiative that has received funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation twice.  I view mental health from a developmental psychopathology perspective wherein maladaptive functioning is understood in terms of normal developoment recognizing that developoment is a dynamic process and there are a range of different outcomes depending on the individual's personal characteristics, developmental timing, and the risk and protective factors to which they are exposed.  I have found a systematic approach to be a useful scaffold for considering each of these issues in the practice of assessment, case conceptualization, and intervention.  When psychosocial intervention is warranted, I consult the research for treatments with empirical support and employ individualized strategies to promote generalization and maintenance of treatment effects.  Ideally, treatment is conducted in naturalistic settings, drawing upon the individual's strengths and tapping into resources already existing within each system.  It is often beneficial to elicit participation from individuals in each system (e.g., parents, teacher consultation, spouses, cultural/community elders).  Engagement in the treatment process is facilitated when families experience success and I have found that a graduated approach with proper prioritization of treatment goals (e.g., for a family living in poverty, linking them to resources for food and shelter before implementing a home-based intervention for their child with autism) and eventual fading of treatment procedures promotes personal competence and self-esteem.  Finally, because development is a dynamic process, continuous evaluation of treatment gains is essential to meet the changing needs of the child and the systems with which they interact.
Topics for workshops:  Parenting capacity; Custody and access; Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder; Cognitive behavour therapy; Various forensic issues in assessment
Type of Practica:  Advanced Assessment
Types of clients: Adult; Child; Adolescent
Modality: Individual; Group; Family
Therapuetical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Applied Behavioural Anal.; Family Systems; Cognitive; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD; Communication Disorders; Learning Disorders; Impulse Control, PTSD; Adjustment Disorder; Reactive Attachment Disorder; Depressive Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Disruptive Impulse & Conduct Disorders; Personality Disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy-Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students:  C. Hahn (2015); A. Vesely (2015); K. Schraeder (2016)
Current students: S. Montgombery-Graham (2017)
Clinical contact:  Kate Vlemmix
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research Interests :  Although the Clinic involves primarily leadership and clinical work, I have undertaken both formal and informal program evaluations within the various programs at the Clinic and at other agencies.  These evaluations are essential to ensure the delivery of high quality empirically supported services.  In addition, within the contest of the various grants I co-lead, literature reviews, program monitoring and evaluation are required. While much of my research has focused on the proximal environmental factors that influence the development of disruptive behaviour, I am also interested in other factors within the individual, familial, social, and cultural systems that place individuals at risk and serve to protect them from risk.  As an adjunct faculty at Brock University, I have had the pleasure of supervising the Masters theses of two students working from my own data sets.  I have also remained involved in projects conceptualized and carried out during my internship and graduate school years, assisting with manuscripts through to journal submission.  At the Clinic I co-authored a book chapter on the bi-directional effects of family violence and involvment in the justice system. Most recently, I am updating several of our publications on Domestic Violence and Children Exposed for the Department of Justice, which will be available to the community in the coming months.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. BRENT HAYMAN-ABELLO
LHSC - University Hospital
339 Windermere Road
London, ON  N6A 5A5
Phone:  (519) 685-8500, Ext. 32815
E-mail:  brent.haymanabello@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical Interests
:  My clinical interests are in the neuropsyhological assessment of adults with neurological disorders, particularly epilepsy.  In my role as a Clinical Neuropsychologist in the LHSC Epilepsy Program at University Hospital, I provide consultations for inpatient and outpatient adults with known or suspected seizure disorders, most of whom are being considered for, or have had, surgery to treat their seizures.  Patients may also have other concurrent or past neurological, medical and/or emotional issues.  I use a flexible battery approach to assessment examining multiple aspects of functioning (cognitive, motor, mood) to evaluate patterns of neuropsychological strengths and weaknesses.  Assessments are consultation-based within a multi-disciplinary team for the purpose of aiding in diagnosis, likely prognosis, and treatment planning.
Topics for workshops:  Overview/introduction to neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychology in epilepsy.
Type of Practica:  Initial assessment; Advanced assessment
Types of clients: Adult; Senior
Modality: Individual
Therapuetical orientation: Neuropsychological
Types of client problems: Neurocognitive disorder
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students: D. Ladowski (2017)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Not Available
Research Interests:  Prediction and assessment of cognitive change following epilepsy surgery, compensatory strategy training for persons with cognitive impairments.
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FOR 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Last updated: May 2018

DR. SUSAN HAYMAN-ABELLO
LHSC - University Hospital
339 Windermere Road
London, ON  N6A 5A5
Phone:  (519) 685-8500, Ext. 35024
E-mail:  susan.haymanabello@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical Interests:  As a clinical neuropsychologist, I am interested in brain-behaviour relationships in people with known or suspected central nervous system dysfunction.  My current clinical work is with the Epilepsy Programme at LHSC, where I see adults who are being investigated for possible seizure disorder.  The theoretical approach consists of a flexible-battery neuropsychological evaluation with assessment of additional contributing factors such as mood and personality, where relevant, leading to evidence-based analysis of cognitive strengths and weaknesses.  The work is conducted as a consultation service within a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who have mutual goals of accurate patient diagnosis and treatment decision-making.
Topics for workshops:  General overview of neuropsychological evaluation; neuropsychology and epilepsy; neuropsychology and multi-cultural and linguistic diversity.
Type of Practica:  Initial assessment; More advanced practica
Types of clients: Adult
Modality: Individual
Therapuetical orientation: Neuropsychological
Types of client problems: Neuro./Cognitive
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students: D. Ladowski (2017)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Not Available
Research Interests:  Contributions to multidisciplinary research on cognitive and behavioural markers of various seizure types and associated disorders, including analysis of acute seizure episodes.  Continuous quality improvement initiatives on epilepsy monitoring unit.
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM JANUARY 2019 TO APRIL 2019 (9800) - usually Monday but could be flexible)
Last updated: May 2018

DR. MARILYN HILL
Rheumatolgoy Day Programs
St. Joseph's Health Care
268 Grosvenor St., P.O. Box 5777 - B3-622
London, ON N6A 4V2
Telephone:  (519) 646-6100, Ext. 61048
E-mail: marilyn.hill@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: I provide assessment and treatment services for the Pain Management Program and the Rheumatology Department at St. Joseph's Health Care London.  My theoretical orientation is CBT, and the majority of my work is running interprofessional pain management groups, and depression treatment groups for individuals struggling with depression secondary to their chronic health condition.  Interventions include disease and/or pain education, cognitive therapy, stress management, EMG biofeedback, assertive communication, and relapse prevention. Additional services include urgent clinic consultations/assessments to address psychosocial barriers to medical treatment, and short-term individual therapy when group therapy is contraindicated (very limited).
Topics for workshops, seminars: Health Psychology:  The role of psychology in a Rheumatology Clinic
Type of practica:  Initial assessment; Initial intervention; Advanced practica
Types of clients:  Adult
Modality: Individual; Group
Therapeutical orientation:  Cognitive behavioral
Types of client problems:  Adjustment; Mood disorders; Anxiety disorders; Personality problems; Pain; Stress management
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students:  M. Care (2012); F. Bothe (2012); N. Maiolino (2016)
Current students: C. Hahn (2018)
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests:   Multidisciplinary treatment of chronic pain and variables predicting treatment outcome/treatment adherence.
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: June 2018

DR. KATHERINE HILLMAN
Thames Valley District School Board
1250 Dundas St., P.O. Box 5888
London, ON  N6A 5L1
Telephone: (519) 452-2000, Ext. 20410
E-mail:  k.hillman@tvdsb.ca

Clinical interests: Working within multi-disciplinary teams in order to provide detailed assessment and intervention strategies for children and adolescents with various learning difficulties.  The population I work with includes children and adolescents ages 4-18.  In general, I take an evidence based approach to assessment and intervention and typically, this includes CBT based strategies.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Working within multi-disciplinary teams, applying clinical interventions within a school setting.
Type of practica: Initial assessment; Initial intervention; Advanced assessment
Types of clients: Child; Adolescent
Modality: Individual
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav.; Behavioural
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD Disorder; Communication Disorder; Learning Disorder; Autism Spectrum Disorder; Impulse Control; Anxiety Disorders; Depressive Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students:
Current students
Clinical contact: Not available
Research interests: N/A
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Last updated: May 2018

DR. TONY IEZZI
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) - Victoria Hospital
800 Commissioners Road East
PO Box 5010
London, ON  N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 667-6697
E-mail: tony.iezzi@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests:  Assessment and management of chronic pain, head injury, and trauma.  CBT model of assessment and management.
Types of workshops, seminars:   
Type of practica:  Advanced Assessment, Advanced Intervention
Types of clients:  Adult
Modality:  Individual; Group
Therapeutical orientation:   Cognitive behav/; Behavioural; Eclectic; Existential
Types of client problems:  PTSD, Personality disorders; Pain; Neurocognitive; disorders,  Somatic symptoms & related disorders; Stress management
Type of supervision you provide:  Student describes case
Clinical contact: Unavailable
Recent students:  K. Rnic (2016)
Current students: K. Rnic (2018)
Research interests: Coping with injuries
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Last updated: May 2018

DR. PATRICIA JORDAN
Child and Parent Resource Institute
600 Sanitorium Road
London, ON  N6H 3W7
Telephone: (519) 858-2774 ext. 2006
E-mail: patricia.jordan@ontario.ca

Clinical interests: I provide tertiary level services for children and adolescents both on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Inpatient clients present with a broad range of presenting concerns and comorbidities.  Many present with a history of complex trauma. Disturbances in personality functioning, suicidality, and self-injurious behaviour are common presenting concerns in adolescent clients. I work within an interdisciplinary team to provide comprehensive assessments. I often provide individual and group treatment. I provide consultation regarding treatment planning to community care providers. I also support the residential unit with respect to programming and provide oversight of work done by front line counsellors. I also provide assessment and consultation services to an outpatient clinic that supports youth who present with problematic sexualized behaviour.  Assessments are multi-modal. I have an integrative approach to individual therapy and adjust according to the needs of the client (CBT, DBT-informed, interpersonal, behavioural). I incorporate mindfulness skills as appropriate. I also often provide parent training/parent guidance from either a behavioural or cognitive behavioural perspective, or from an attachment-informed or trauma-informed perspective (depending on the needs of the client and family).
Types of workshops, seminars: The role of psychology in tertiary level services; Trauma informed care; Assessment and treatment of problematic sexaualized behaviour in children and adolescents; Sexualized behaviour in a digital world; Assessment and treatment of non-suicidal self injurious behaviour 
Type of practica:  Advanced Intervention; Advanced Assessment
Types of clients: Children; Adolescents
Modality:  Individual; Group
Therapeutical orientation: Integrative (CBT, DBT, Interpersonal); Trauma-informed and attachment-informed
Types of client problems:  Complex comorbid presentations; range of intellectual functioning; complex trauma, disruption of attachment, emerging personality disorders; sexualized behaviour
Type of supervision you provide: Student describes case to you; You review audiotape w student; You review videotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Clinical contact: Available
Recent students:  B. Grant 2016
Current students:
Research interests: I have an interest in program evaluation and am currently involved in examining some date regarding the outcomes of the comprehensive assessments provided by the Sexual Behaviour Team.
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Last updated:  June 2018

DR. MUSTAQ KHAN  
St. Joseph's Health Care
Operational Stress Injury Clinic
Parkwood Institute - Main Building
550 Wellington Road
London, ON N6C 0A7
Telephone  (519) 455-5110, Ext. 42610
E-mail: mustaq.khan@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: Mood disorder diagnosis and treatment
Topics for workshop and seminars:  Mood disorders - Diagnosis and treatment; Media portrayals of therapists and patients
Types of practica:  Initial Assessment; Advanced Assessment
Types of clients:  Adults
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive; Humanistic
Modality:  Individual
Types of client problems: Anxiety disorders; Bipolar & related disorders; Depressive disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Contact person: Not Available  
Recent students: N. Maiolino; K. Rnic (2015)
Current students: S. Chen
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE SEPTEMBER 2018 - AUGUST 2019
Research interests:  Postpartum depression; treatment effects on mood disorder
Last updated: May 2018
 
DR. COLIN KING
Psychologist & Director, Child and Youth Development Clinic
1163 Richmond St.,
London, ON  N6A 3K6
www.childandyouthdevelopment.ca
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education
Telephone. 519-661-2111 ext. 81183
E-mail. cking73@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: My clinical interests are drawn from my work as a School and Child Clinical Psychologist.   I am interested in improving assessment and intervention practices for children and youth with learning, behavioral, and social-emotional challenges.  I also have clinical and research interests in how interdisciplinary and integrated community approaches can improve long-term outcomes for children and families.
Topics for workshops and seminars: Assessment of learning disabilities; Supporting student mental health in the classroom; Counselling and intervention approaches with adolescents; Ethical challenges and dilemmas (with a focus on a school context); Suicide risk assessment and prevention; Roles and responsibilities of a school psychologist; Childhood Anxiety; Resilience for children and adolescents.
Types of practica: Initial Intervention*, Advanced Assessment; Advanced Intervention
* Students looking for an initial intervention practica must have coursework or practica experience with cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT)
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behavioural; Humanistic; ACT/Mindfulness
Modality:  Individual; Group
Types of client problems:  Learning, behavioural, social-emotional challenges
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You review videotape/audiotape with student; You observe student live
Recent students: K. Dossett (2016) S. Ouellette (2015); C. Hahn (2014)
Current students: J. Wilde (2018); A. Newton (2017)
POSSIBLY AVAILABLE IN JANUARY 2019 TO AUGUST 2019 -- CONTACT IN OCTOBER 2018
Clinical contact:  Available
Research interests:  Use of exposure therapy for anxiety reduction in school and community settings; impact of interdisciplinary assessment practices on learning and critical thinking for professionals.
Last updated:  May 2018


DR. LOUISE LaROSE
Private Practice
389 Hyde Park Road, Suite 2
London, ON  N6H 3R8
Telephone: (519) 639-6045
E-mail: l.larose@rogers.com  

Clinical interests: I work with toddlers, pre-schoolers, school-age, teens and young adults for anxiety, mood, disruptive behaviour disorders, Autism spectrum disorders, developmental disabilities.  Assessments include all of the above as well as learning disabilities and other problems like slow learner.  Interventions include for all of the above.  Theoretical orientation for therapy, counselling: Applied behaviour analysis, Acceptance & commitment therapy, Cognitive-behaviour therapy.
Topics for workshops, seminars: What is autism? What is ABA and IBI? Mindfulness meditation
Types of practica: Initial Assessment; Advanced Intervention; Advanced Assessment
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behavioural; Behavioural; Applied Behav. Anal.; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of clients:  Infant/Toddler; Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Family
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability; ADHD disorder; Communication dis.; Learning disorder; Autism spectrum disorder; Impulse control; OC & related disorders; Anxiety disorders; Feeding & eating dis.; Bipolar & related dis.; Elimination dis.; Depressive disorders; Schiz. & other psychotic dis.; Disrupt, impulse & conduct dis.
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live (Observing IBI sessions and how programming is determined.  How to assess for autism; how to screen for autism.
Recent students:  B. Gunay (2014); K. Turnbull (2014); S. Montgomery-Graham (2015); M. Vandermeer (2016)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests:
Last updated: May 2018

DR. ANDREA LAZOSKY
Clinical Neuropsychology - E1-616
Victoria Hospital
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
800 Commissioners Road, East
London, ON N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 667-6611
E-mail: andrea.lazosky@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: Clinical neuropsychology of patients with known or suspected brain impairment related to neurological, psychiatric, and medical illnesses.  I use a fixed/flexible battery and process approach.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Effects of systemic illness and infection on brain function; Capacity Assessment
Types of practica: Initial Assessment; Advanced Assessment
Types of clients: Adult, Senior, Adolescent
Modality:
Theoretical orientation:   
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD; Autism Spectrum Disorder; Neurocognitive Disorder 
Type of supervision: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students:  C. Lau (2016); M. Vandermeer (2016); D. Ladowski (2015); Y. Kotelnikova (2014); N. Maiolino (2014)
Current students:
Clinical contact:
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests:  Capacity assessment of the minimally conscious using fMRI.  Effects of medical or psychiatric brain impairments on cognition.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. DAVID LeMARQUAND
Psychologist, Concurrent Disorders Services
Parkwood Institute Mental Health Care
St. Joseph's Health Care London
P.O. Box 5777, Stn. B
London, ON  N6A 4V2
Telephone:  (519) 455-5110, Ext. 47576
E-mail: david.lemarquand@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: Psychological assessment, individual and group psychotherapy for concurrently-disordered adults ages 18 to 65 years (individuals with severe and persistent mental disorder(s) and severe active substance use disorders).  Psychological disorders include mood, anxiety, psychotic, personality disorders.  Theoretical approach is integrative, with interpersonal, cognitive-behavioural elements.  
Topics for workshops, seminars: Interpersonal Reconstructive Therapy
Types of practica:  Advanced Intervention; Advanced Assessment 
Types of clients: Adult
Modality: Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive Behavioural; Interpersonal; Interpersonal Process; Humanistic; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD; Learning Disorder; Impulse Control; PTSD; OC & Related Disorders; Paraphilias; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Bipolar & Related Disorders; Dissociative Disorders; Gender Dysphoria; Depressive Disorders; Schiz. & Other Psychotic Disorders; Sleep-Wake Disorders; Disruptive Impulse & Conduct Disorders; Personality Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live; You review videotape with student
Recent students:  K. Rnic (2016); S. Chen (2017)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Not Available
Research interests:  In the past, neurobiology of aggression, impulsivity, however have not been actively involved in some time.
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE ONE STUDENT FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Last updated: May 2018

DR. PHILIP MASSON
LHSC - Adult Eating Disorders Service
54 Riverview Avenue
London, ON
N6J 1A2
Phone:  (519) 685-8500, Ext. 74866
E-mail:  philip.masson@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: Clinically, my main interests are in the treatment of eating disorders and anxiety.  I work exclusively with adults in the area of mental health.  I strongly believe in the importance of empirically supported treatments and in ensuring the availability of these treatment.  My primary theoretical orientation is cognitive behaviour therapy and I am focused on continual improvement of my CBT practice. I am also very interested in the training of clinicians and students in the use of CBT.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Treatment of eating disorders (topics could include: essential psychoeducation, treatment of body image, addressing patterns of eating)
Types of practica: Advanced intervention
Types of clients: Adult
Modality: Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour
Types of client problems:  Feeding & eating disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; You review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview;  You observe student live
Recent students:  N. Maiolino; S. Ouellette
Current students:
Clinical contact: Not available
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Research interests: Dissemination of empirically support treatments, the use of stepped-care, and how to best utilize and enhance exposure based procedures in the treatment of eating disorders (e.g. how to use mirror exposure in eating disorders effectively in order to target body avoidance).  Further, I have interest in targeting factors associated with treatment outcome and attempting to change them in order to improve treatment outcome.  For example, intervening to increase rates of rapid response in treatment as this has shown to be a significant predictor of treatment outcome.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. ASHLEY MILES
Clinical Neuropsychologist
University Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre
339 Windermere Road, P.O. Box 5339
London, ON  N6A 5A5
Telephone: (510) 685-8500, Ext. 35017
E-mail: ashley.miles@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: Involve neuropsychological differential diagnosis in complex clinical presentations as well as the use of clinical neuropsychological assessments to aid in pre-surgical planning for complex neurological conditions.  I most typically work with adults and seniors for pre-surgical candidacy, post-surgical follow-up, differential diagnosis, baseline and follow-up assessments to track disease progression, return to work/school/driving, etc.  The presenting conditions with which I most frequently work include: epilepsy, movement disorders, acquired and traumatic brain injuries, hydrocephalus, tumours, multiple sclerosis, etc.
All assessments are based on a biopsychosocial model.  That is, upon receipt of referral, the patient's presenting condition is considered based on current research, which helps to inform the clinical interview and test list selection.  Test selection is further guided by the psychometric properties of the measure, particularly reliability and validity within the patient population being seen.  Diagnostic impressions are made based on the available objective data (e.g., neurological exam, neuroimaging and other investigations, objective neuropsychological test data) combined with clinical interview information (from the individual and their collateral), consideration of the system within which the individual is functioning, and qualitative analysis of the individual's approach to neuropsychological testing.  This rich aggregate of information is then utilized to determine the likely etiology of the patient's clinical presentation and to generate clinical recommendations, which are tailored to the individual.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Evaluating change in serial neuropsychological assessments
Type of practica: Initial Assessment; Advanced Assessment
Theoretical orientation:
Types of clients:  Adult
Types of client problems:  Neurocognitive Disorder; Client problems are diverse and include any disease of the central nervous system affecting neuropsychological functioning
Recent students:  L. Szota (2017)
Current students: M. Ritchie (2018)
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests:  Primarily focused on the use of neuropsychological assessment data to predict good outcome following neurosurgical interventions for medically intractable neurological conditions (i.e., epilepsy, and Parkinson's disease).
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE STUDENTS SEPTEMBER 2018 - AUGUST 2019 for the Introductory Assessment, Psych 9800 (adults)
Last updated: May 2018


DR. BETH MITCHELL
Consultant and Principal, orgsmart (Organizational Effectiveness)
Telephone: (519) 630-4330
E-mail: cbethmitchell@hotmail.com

Clinical interests: Organizational and system design and performance, cultural change and employee engagement, community applications of psychological principles.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Alternative careers for psychologists, professional identity as psychologists
Type of practica: More advanced practica (Program development and evaluation)
Theoretical orientation:
Types of client problems:  Programs, organizations and systems
Recent students
Current students:
Type of supervision you can provide:
Clinical contact: Available
AVAILABILITY TO BE DETERMINED
Research interests:  System improvement and impact
Last updated: May 2018

DR. CHARLES NELSON
Private Practice
1124 Gainsborough Road, Suite 3
London, ON  N6H 2N1
Telephone: (519) 204-1806
E-mail: charles.g.nelson@gmail.com

Clinical interests: Primary focus is trauma-focused psychotherapy for PTSD utilizing CPT/CBT and/or PE approach.  Work integratively with individuals and occasionally families.  Population is typically veterans, members of the Canadian Armed Forces, and the RCMP (other police services too).  Additionally, focus on vocational rehabilitation (return to work readiness) with adults typically experiencing adjustment disorders, major depressive disorders, anxiety and panic disorders.
Topics for workshops, seminars:  PTSD and military culture
Types of practica:  Advanced assessment; Advanced intervention
Types of clients: Adult
Modality: Individual; Group; Family
Therapeutic orientation: Cognitive behav.; ACT/Mindfulness; Prolonged Exposure Therapy & Cognitive Processing Therapy; Interpers. process; Cognitive; Family systems
Types of client problems:  ADHD Disorder, PTSD, Adjustment disorder, OC & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Dissociative disorders, Sexual dysfunction, Personality disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case;  Review audiotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview
Recent students: S. Caird (2014); C. Hahn (2017); N. Maiolino (2017)
Current students:  K. Rnic (2018)
Contact person:  Not Available
AVAILABILE TO SUPERVISE DOCTORAL STUDENT IN FALL 2018
Research Interests:  PTSD; Effective case management; Chronic pain; Dispositional characteristics involved in cardiac disease; Mild traumatic brain injury; Vicarious trauma
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. WILLIAM NEWBY
Private Practice
379 Dufferin Avenue, Suite 1
London, ON N6B 1Z5
Telephone:  (519) 679-3730
E-mail: newby@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: Cognitive/behavioural; Mindfulness with adult individuals and couples ....anxiety, depression, rehabilitation
Topics for workshops, seminars: Anxiety disorders; mindfulness
Types of practica: Initial assessment; Advanced assessment; Initial intervention; Advanced intervention
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behavioural; Behavioural; Cognitive; Eclectic; Interpers. Process; Humanistic; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of clients:  Adult, Couple
Modality: Not indicated on renewal document
Types of client problems: PTSD; OC; Anxiety disorders; Sexual dysfunction; Adjustment disorder; Dissociative disorders; Depressive disorders; Personality disorders
Types of supervision:  Student describes case to you; You observe student live
Recent students:  A. Vesely (2014); E. Shumlich (2015)
Current students:  
AVAILABILITY TO BE DETERMINED
Contact person: Available
Research interests: No active research at present
Last updated: May 2018

DR. IAN NICHOLSON
Manager, Psychology Services
London Health Science Centre
339 Windermere Road  N6A 5A5
E-mail: ian.nicholson@lhsc.on.ca
Phone:  519-663-3469

Clinical interests: I work with children, adolescents, and adults with anxeity, depression, personality disorders, and learning disorders and I work from a CBT model but will borrow techniques from ACT, DBT, and MBCT.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Preparing for licensure including licensure tests, the role of the College.
Types of training:  Initial Assessment; Initial Intervention; Advanced Assessment; Advanced Intervention
Types of clients: Child, Adolescent, Adult
Types of client problems: Anxiety Disorders; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Personality Disorders
Types of practica: Assessment, Intervention (any level)
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour
Modality: Individual
Type of Supervision:  You observe student live; You review videotape with student
Recent students: None from Western
Current students: None from Western
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE IN 2018 - 2019
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: Assessment of professional competence development.
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. STEVEN ORENCZUK
Regional Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Rehabilitation Programs
St. Joseph's Health Care
Parkwood Institute - Main Building
550 Wellington Road
London, ON  N6C 0A7
Telephone: (519) 685-4292, Ext. 42943
E-mail: Steve.Orenczuk@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: Psychology residents may participate in the Regional Rehabilitation Service that serves persons with Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI; 15 beds) and Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI; 10 beds) who require inpatient care. This includes individuals who have had a spinal cord injury that is either traumatic (e.g., from a motor vehicle accident or fall) or non-traumatic in etiology (e.g., spinal metastases or transverse myelitis) or other neurological disorder (e.g., Guillain-Barre Syndrome). Supportive counselling and psychoeducational groups are available as experiences to the residents working on the spinal cord service. There is a cognitive behavioural emphasis to the treatment interventions that focuses on adjustment of the patient to his or her disability. Evaluations frequently include the psychometric assessment of cognitive functioning. Services often are consultative in nature. Participation in a community injury prevention program is also available.

On the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Rehabilitation Program, the inpatient service provides acute rehabilitation to patients referred for assessment and intervention requiring an intensive interprofessional program. ABI may be due to traumatic brain injury (TBI) associated with physical injury sustained in falls, assaults, and motor vehicle collisions. ABI may also be associated with medical conditions that affect the central nervous system, such as anoxia, stroke, brain tumour, or meningitis. Degenerative disease and dementia are usually followed by other programs. Concomitant mood disorders and pain complaints are prevalent, and may require consultation with specialized mental health and/or addictions services. Psychology residents may obtain experience planning and providing clinical interventions for individuals and families. Interventions may include cognitive-behavioural approaches, clinical education on emotional regulation for survivors and spouses, and participation in interprofessional rehabilitation. 
Topics for workshops, seminars: Spinal cord injury and rehabilitation
Type of practica: Advanced Intervention; More advanced practica
Types of clients:  Adult
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behavioural; Eclectic
Modality:  Individual
Types of client problems: Adjustment disorder 
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students:   
Current students:
Clinical contact: Not available
ROSTER NOW FULL IN 2018-2019
Research interests: Mehta, S., Orenczuk, S., Hansen, K., Aubut, J., Hitzig, S., Legassic, M., Teasell, R., (2011). For the SCIRE Research Team. An evidence based review of the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosocial issues post spinal cord injury. Rehabilitation Psychology, 56, 15-25.
Last updated: June 2018

DR. FELICIA OTCHET
Victoria Hospital, Behavioural Medicine Service
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
E1-615, 800 Commissioners Road East
London, ON N6A 5W9
Telephone:  (519) 630-1863
E-mail: fotchet@hotmail.com

Clinical interests: I work primarily with adults presenting with a range of chronic and, less often, acute or palliative medical conditions.  My theoretical approach is a rehabilitation and systems-oriented, biopsychosocial model, focused on improving quality of life via a variety of clinical approaches including but not limited to CBT, DBT, trauma focused, early attachment and learning, and/or narrative approaches.  At the Wait List Clinic at CMHA Middlesex, I provide supervision to volunteers providing primarily supportive intervention to adult clients in a community setting.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Group therapies for adult chronic medical patients; Working with people across the gender spectrum; Community consultation and/or how to start a community-based mental health clinic
Type of practica:  Advanced Intervention; Advanced Assessment; More advanced practica  
Types of clients: Adult
Modality:  Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav.; Behavioural; Narrative; Humanistic
Types of client problems: PTSD, Adjustment Disorder; Anxiety Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Personality Disorder; Somatic Symptoms & Related  Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview
Recent students:  K. Dossett (2015); D. Ladowski; A. Newton;  B. Grant (2015);  E. Shumlich (2015); K. Zhang (2015)
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FOR 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Research interests: In the past, research was supported at LHSC and my primary focus of research was in the area of women's health.  More recently, the focus is on direct clinical service.  Given that, much of my research at LHSC is of the program development and evaluation type.  At the Wait List Clinic at CMHA Middlesex, I engage in program evaluation research focused on clients and clinic volunteers.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. MARK PETTER
Private Practice - Biederman & Associates
642 Waterloo Street
London, ON  N6B 2R3
Telephone: (519) 873-3783
E-mail:  drmarkpetter@protonmail.com

Clinical interests: PTSD, recovery following physical and psychological trauma. Theoretical approach is CBT, ACT/Mindfulness.
Topics for workshops, seminars: PTSD with 1st responders
Type of training:   
Types of clients: Adult
Modality:  Individual
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav., ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: PTSD, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Neurocognitive disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you, Co-therapy/Co-interview, You observe student live
Recent students
Current students:
Clinical contact: Unavailable
ROSTER NOW FULL FOR 2018-2019
Research interests: I
Last updated: June 2018

DR. SUSAN PIGOTT
Private Practice
370 Queens Ave., Suite 103
London, ON   N6B 1X6
Telephone:  (519) 439-5114
E-mail: susan.pigott@gmail.com

Clinical interests: Neuropsychological assessment of children, adolescents and adults with moderate to severe brain injuries.  I provide consultation to rehabilitation teams, lawyers and insurance companies.  My primary focus in private practice is working with rehabilitation teams with respect to assessment and providing recommendations to educational and/or vocational reintegration of clients with severe brain injuries.
Topics for workshops, seminars: I would be interested in teaching a course in clinical neuropsychology.  I would also be interested in giving workshops/brownbag seminars on (1) Adult Neuropsychology (2) Pediatric Neuropsychology/The Developing Brain and (3) Private Practice - Medico-Legal/Ethical Issues (4). Neuropsychological assessment of children and adults with traumatic brain injury (5) Issues in pediatric neuropsychological assessment (6) The role of a neuropsychologist in the rehabilitation of children and adults with traumatic brain injury.
Types of practica: Advanced assessment
Types of clients: Child; Adolescent; Adult
Modality: Individual
Therapeutic orientation:  Other (Neuropsychology)
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability, Communication disorder, ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, TBI, epilepsy, Adjustment disorders, Neurocognitive disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case
Recent students: N. Maiolino (2014); C. Cutler (2015); Dora Ladowski (2015/2016); Monica Tomlinson (2016) and Sarah Ouellette (2016/2017) 
Current students
Contact person:  Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: The effect of early brain injury on the developing brain.  The impact of severe traumatic brain injury on executive functioning, attention and memory.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. PETER PRIOR
Cardiac Rehabilitation & Secondary Prevention Program
St. Joseph's Health Care London
Room B3-689
268 Grosvenor Street
London, ON N6A 4V2
Phone: (519) 646-6000, Ext. 75725
E-mail: peter.prior@sjhc.london.on.ca

Clinical interests: In my hospital clinical work I see adult and senior cardiovascular patients.  The largest portion of these have coronary artery disease, and may have sustained a heart attack, undergon angioplasty or heart surgery; while others may have heart failure; arrhythmias, or congenital heart problems.  Our program has two major goals:  rehabilitation, and secondary prevention.  I participate in each of these as a clinical psychologist through: (1) assessing and greating patients with issues of emotional adjustment, psychological comorbidities or risk factors of heart disease, such as depression and anxiety disorders; 2) modification of health-related behaviours, including smoking cessation, stress management, promoting adherence to secondary prevention medications and to behavioural regimes such as exercise.  Most of this work is done with individual patients, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural approaches.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Psychological issues in cardiovascular disease; The psychologist's role in cardiac rehabilitation or chronic and vascular disease management at an academic health care centre
Types of practica: Advanced Intervention; More advanced practica
Types of clients: Adult; Senior
Modality:  Individual
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Psychodynamic
Types of client problems: PTSD; Adjustment Disorder; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Bipolar & Related Disorders; Depressive Disorders; Substance/addictive
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-Therapy/Co-Interview; Observe student live
Recent students:  K. Zhang (2015); Y. Xue (2014)
Current students:  M. Vandermeer (2017)
Clinical contact: Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019 - (may be available in March - August 2019 if additional psychologist hired)
Research interests: Measurement of individuals' therapeutic change in cardiac rehabilitation; psychological and neuropsychological factors in cerebrovascular and cardiovascular disease; psychological factors in atrial fibrillation; program evaluation; guidelines, quality indicator and standards development.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. BONNIE PURCELL
LHSC - 800 Commissioners Road, East
The Geriatric Mental Health Program
PO Box 5010
London, ON
N6A 5W9
Phone:  (519) 685-8500, Ext. 74767
E-mail:  bonnie.purcell@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: The GMHP consists of an inter-professional team designed to provide outpatient geriatric psychiatry consultation, assessment and treatment services to seniors, 65 years of age and older, and their families living in the London-Middlesex region.  Office and/or home visits are available to our clients.  I provide psychosocial and diagnostic assessment, cognitive/personality assessment, primarily individual psychotherapy (although group opportunities may be available), and consultations.  I have a primarily cognitive-behavioural orientation to assessment and intervention, but will supplement with elements of interpersonal and/or psychodynamic psychotherapy, as appropriate.  Consultations are usually diagnostic in scope, with recommendations (usually behavioural in nature) provided to the family physician, other community care providers, family, and/or long-term care staff.  Teaching opportunities are also available to provide in-services to long-term care home on topics such as addictions, senior mental health, and personality disorders.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Geriatric mental health (dementia, delirium, depression)
Types of practica: Advanced intervention
Types of clients: Senior
Modality: Individual
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav.; Behavioural; Interpers. process; Cognitive; Interpersonal
Types of client problems: Adjustment disorder; Anxiety disorders, Bipolar & related disord.; Depressive disorders; Somatic symptoms & related disorders; Neurocognitive disorders; Personality disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Recent students:  K. Zhang (2015)
Current students: D. Ladowski (2018)
Clinical contact: Not Available
ROSTER IS NOW FULL FOR 2018 - 2019

Research interests: My primary research interests focus on program evaluation (current projects are examining my CBT for depression group and the development of a database to examine the efficacy of the BRT), and addictions.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. JOYCE RADFORD
London Family Court Clinic (LFCC)
254 Pall Mall Street, Suite 200
London, ON  N6A 5P6
Phone: (519) 679-7250, Ext. 114
E-mail: joyce.radford@lfcc.on.ca

Clinical interests: I have worked with adolescents for the majority of my career and, in particular, with marginalized youth.  For the past 16 years, I have worked with criminally involved young people in the London and surrounding county area, conducting psychological assessments (Section 34 reports) for youth court.  I have also been involved in  research with street youth from across Canada, working to understand their sexual attitudes, knowledge and behaviours for the Street Youth and AIDS Study and, as well, have worked in a similar capacity with HIV infected youth in Toronto.  As such, much of my work has included research as well as assessment and clinical intervention with high-needs and high-risk youth.  My training and clinical work has largely been informed by a psychodynamic approach and attachment theory.  My psychological assessment work for court purposes is also trauma informed with a forensic lens, and an awareness of the Justice System and the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA) is critical to my practice. 
Topics for workshops, seminars: Mental health concerns and risk factors related to youth in conflict with the law; Youth Court in Ontario and new initiatives including therapeutic court and mental health diversion programs;  Sexual behaviour problems in youth—interviewing challenges and and assessment practices
Types of practica: Advanced assessment practica (Clinical, Counselling and Health Psychology
Types of clients: Adolescents
Modality:  Individual; Family
Theoretical orientation: Psychodynamic; Eclectic; Cognitive; Family systems
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability; ADHD; Communication/Learning disorder; Impulse control; PTSD; Adjustment disorder; Reactive attachment disorder; Anxiety disorders; Bipolar & related disorders; Disassociative disorders; Depressive disorders; Schitz & other psychotic disorders; Disrupt. impulse & conduct disorders; Personality disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co interview; You observe student live
Recent students: Angela Snowshoe; Christian Hahn
Current students:
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Clinical contact: Not Available
Research interests: I have previously been involved in a number of research activities and community-based program evaluation projects.  My experience includes National survey research with youth as well as program evaluation projects related to improving services for youth as well as high-risk families of young children.  General areas of interest at this time would include youth in the justice system and qualitative research methods.  Currently I am involved at the LFCC with the Poverty Reduction Project, which is a 3 year initiative funded by the Poverty Reduction Strategy Office of the Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat.  As youth living in poverty are represented in the court system an estimated 10 times higher than in the general youth population, we see this project as offering opportunity to respond to the current and future needs of court involved youth.  The project will allow us to more clearly understand the characteristics of young people in the justice system, and specifically, those factors that contribute to poverty (i.e., school dropout, lack of job skills, homelessness).  As part of this project, we will seek to improve young people’s access to services in the community through a specialized clinical team intervention, involving service coordinators.  It is hoped that through a more immediate and collaborative response following court involvement, youth can be encouraged to improve their service engagement and accept needed supports for improving their lives (i.e., mental health services, school programs, housing) – and also be supported in sustaining these gains over time. 
Last updated: May 2018

DR. DEBORAH REITZEL-JAFFE
Thames Valley District School Board
Psychological Services
1250 Dundas Street, PO 5888
London, ON  N6A 5L1
Telephone: (519) 452-2000 Ext. 75004
E-mail:  d.reitzel-jaffe@tvdsb.ca

Clinical interests: Assessment: Comprehensive assessments (cognitive processing and social-emotional issues) of students – typically between the ages of 7 and 17 to explore learning difficulties and make any appropriate diagnoses and recommendations; younger students are assessed when intellectual disability is suspected.  Intervention: Individual counselling is offered to students from age 8 to 18.  Presenting issues primarily include anxiety, depression, and stress management and occasionally include trauma, bereavement, and issues with executive function. The opportunity is available for clinical interns to run a small group focused on one of these issues if they have the interest. My primary theoretical orientation is CBT.  I also draw upon Motivational Interviewing (MI), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness.  Consultation: There is consultation required in both the assessment and intervention components of this setting; however, more extensive exposure to the consultation role can be gained by interns by shadowing me at team meetings (typically conducted with parents, teachers and principals) and in my role on the Traumatic Event Response Team (TERT).  As well, more advanced clinical interns can be assigned one or more families to work with as a consultant, under my close supervision.
Topics for workshops: Mindfulness Meditation; Anxiety in Adolescence; Engaging Student Learning; Managing Mental Health in the Classroom
Type of practica: Clinical, Counselling, and Educational Psychology
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; ACT/Mindfulness
Modality:  Individual; Group
Types of client problems:  Intellectual disability; ADHD; Communication/Learning/PTSD/Adjustment/OC/Anxiety/Depressive/Disrupt Impulse & Conduct Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; You review audiotape with student; Co-Interview assessment; You observe student live (feedback re: assessments)
Recent students:  C. Cutler; K. Kryski; V. Johnson (2015)
Current students:
Contact person: Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE A SENIOR (PHD2+) FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 TO JUNE 2019 (must have car to see clients in to St. Thomas)
Research interests:  N/A
Last updated: May 2018

DR. BARBARA RICHARDSON
Central Education Centre, TVDSB
1250 Dundas Street, PO Box 5888
London, ON
N6A 5L1
Telephone:  (519) 859-3233
E-mail: b.richardson@tvdsb.ca

Clinical interests: I provide assessment and therapy exclusively to secondary schools with focus on social-emotional factors.  I use CBT, Interpersonal Therapy, Behavioural and Humanistic approaches in therapy.  Students range from age 13 to 21.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Role of Psychologist in education system
Type of practica: Advanced Intervention
Types of client:  Adolescent
Modality: Individual
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav.; Behavioural; Interpersonal
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability, Communication dis., Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, Tic disorder, PTSD, Adjustment disorder, Reactive attachment disorder, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Dissociative disorders, Anxiety disorders, Gender dysphoria, Neurocogntive disorders, Personality disorders, Somatic symptoms & related disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Review audiotape with student; Observe student live
Recent students:  Y. Kotelnikova (2014); K. Schraeder (2015); K. Dossett (2016)
Current students:
Clinical contact:  Unavailable
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE IN 2018-2019 ACADEMIC YEAR
Research interests: Currently doing funded research with a UWO doctoral student, Kimberly Dossett, regarding training teachers to deal with student self-regulation deficits
Last updated: May 2018

DR. CRAIG ROSS
Child and Parent Resource Institute
600 Sanitorium Road
London, ON  N6H 3W7
Telephone: (519) 858-2774, Ext. 5529
E-mail: craig.ross@ontario.ca

Clinical interests: I am currently assigned to a dual-diagnosis inpatient unit (ages 12 - 18) and an outpatient ASD clinic (ages 6 - 18).  Common to both of these is my clinical interest in neurodevelopmental disorders.  For the ASD clinic in particular, my primary goal is to provide a comprehensive and updated formulation of the client.  As I explain to parents, I believe that having an in-depth understanding of the client in terms of skills, weaknesses and needs is paramount and perhaps even more important than a diagnostic label.  Formulation is typically accomlished through an inter-disciplinary process involving SLP, OT, and BCBA.  Depending on the intellectual functioning of the client, the exact approach can differ.  With those having significant intellectual impairment, emphasis is often on helping parents and caregivers identify appropriate expectations and support needs as a way of reducing problem behaviour.  Assessment often involves the Stanford-Binet 5 and Vineland-3 for this purpose.  With more cognitively-able clients, assessment is much broader and can include aspects of intellectual ability, executive functioning, social-emotional well-being and specific diagnostic questions (e.g., ASD).  A variety of standardized tools are used for this purpose.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Neurodevelopmental disorders (inpatient or outpatient settings), Inter-disciplinary assessment, Assessment of low intellectual ability (SB5 and Vineland-3)
Type of training:  Initial assessment, Advanced assessment   
Types of clients: Child, Adolescent
Modality: Individual, Family
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav., Behavioural, Cognitive, Applied Behav. Anal.
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability, Communication disorder, Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, Impulse control, OC & related disorders, Depressive disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case to you, You review videotape with student, You observe student live
Recent students
Current students:
Clinical contact: Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE MARCH to SEPTEMBER 2019
Research interests: N/A
Last updated: June 2018

DR. SUSAN RUSCHER
Student Development Centre
Western Student Services Bldg.
Western University
Telephone:  (519) 661-3031
E-mail: sruscher@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: Crisis intervention, risk assessment, triage and short-term eclectic, primary cognitive behavioural therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy with adolescents and adults.  Special interests: depression, anxiety, PTSD, pain, and stress management.  
Type of practica: Advanced intervention; Initial intervention
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behavioural; Eclectic; Narrative; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of clients:  Adolescents; Adults
Modality:  Individual
Types of client problems:  PTSD; Adjustment/OC & Related/Anxiety/Adjustment/Depressive/Sleep-Wake Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-Interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live
Recent students:
Current students:  B. Grant
Clinical contact: Not Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE MAY 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests:  Not currently involved in research
Last updated  June 2018

DR. DEVITA SINGH
London Health Sciences Centre - Children's Hospital
800 Commissioners Road, East, B8-165
P.O. Box 5010
London, ON   N6A 5W9
Telephone:  519-685-8500, Ext. 56631

E-mail: devita.singh@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical Interests:  My clincal interests include evidence-based assessment and treatment of children and youth presenting with complex internalizing difficulties, including mood, anxiety, and emerging personality disorders.  This also includes differential diagnosis of these and other disorders, particularly Autism Spectrum Disorders.  The primary theoretical approach used is cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT); however, treatment more often than not involves an integration of other approaches such as motivational interviewing, interpersonal psychotherapy, and dialectical behaviour therapy, and is conceptualized within a developmental biopsychosocial model.  I provide therapy in group and individual formats, with parents typically involved in treatment (particularly for younger population).  The age range of patients seen in our clinic ranges from 6 to 17 years old.  Additionally, I have strong clinical interest in children and youth with gender dysphoria, including adolescents who are considering or going through gender transitioning.  Starting in 2016, our program expanded our service mandate to include patients referred for gender dysphoria. The referral rates have been quite high, particularly considering the low base rate of this population.  These patients currently comprimise a significant portion of my caseload.
Types of workshops; seminars:  Gender dysphoria in children/adolescents; Learning disabilities; Adolescent mental health; Anxiety disorders in children/adolescents; School refusal in children/adolescents; Group treatment for anxiety; Assessment and treatment of depression in adolescence; Assessment of Autism Spectrum disorders; Completing suicide risk assessments.
Types of practica:  Initial intervention; More advanced practica
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality: Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Cognitive
Types of client problems:  Adjustment, Mood, Anxiety, ASD, AD/ADHD Disorders; Personality Problems; Gender Dysphoria
Types of supervision provided:  Student describes case to you; You review audiotape with student; You review videotape with student; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You observe student live
Clinical contact:  Available
NOT ABLE TO SUPERVISE FOR 2018-2019
Recent students: S. Chen (2017); K. Schraeder (2014); L. Evraire (2013)
Current students
Research interests:  Development and evaluation of e-mental health apps; Children and adolescents with gender dysphoria, including long-term outcomes and guidelines for biomedical treatment of gender dysphoria.
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. CARLA SMITH
Vanier Children Services
871 Trafalgar Street  
London, ON
N5Z 1E6
Telephone:  (519) 433-3101, Ext. 156
E-mail: csmith@vanier.com
Clinical interests: I primarily provide services to children (and their families) who have been admitted to the residential treatment program at Vanier.  The children are referred for residential treatment primarily because they present with disruptive behaviour problems at home, at school, and/or in the community.  However, clients tend to present with a range of problems in addition to disruptive behaviour, including anxiety, depression, developmental and learning disorders, family dysfunction, post traumatic stress, and disturbances of attachment.  My role as team psychologist primarily involves providing individual psychological assessments for children; providing consultation to the interdisciplinary team (which includes Child and Youth Counsellors, Child and Family Therapists, Teachers, and Psychiatry), providing consultations to families, school personnel, and CAS Workers; and providing individual therapy for children.  My theoretical approach is mainly centred on Cognitive-Behavioural theory as well as trauma and attachment theory. 
Topics for workshops, seminars: Milieu treatment (residential and day treatment), behaviour management approaches during assessment and therapy with children with disruptive behaviours, bullying reduction, strength-based approaches to treatment, intergenerational trauma, the application of attachment and trauma theories to clinical practice.
Type of practica: Initial assessment, Initial intervention; Advanced practica
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Family
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Cognitive; ; Humanistic; Other (Attachment theory, Trauma theory)
Types of client problems: Adjustment, Personality problems, Mood, Anxiety, Learning disorders, Conduct disorders, Impulse control, AD/ADH disorders, Stress management, Distuptive behavior disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
AVAILABILE TO SUPERVISE IN FALL 2018 AND WINTER 2019 - summer not optimal
Recent students:   K. Rnic (2014); N. Maiolino (2016); K. Dosset (2017)
Current students: O Mohamed Ali (2018)
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: I am not currently conducting any research.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. FARIDA SPENCER
St. Joseph's Health Care
Parkwood Institute/Mental Health Care Building
550 Wellington Road
London, ON N6C 0A7
Telephone:  (519) 455-5110, Ext. 47528
E-mail: farida.spencer@sjhc.london.on.ca   

Clinical interests: Treatment of clients with severe mental illness-range of diagnosis: i.e.,  Affective disorders; Personality disorders; Psychotic disorders  -  mostly therapy interventions and some assessments.  Have been transferred to Adult Ambulatory Services; prior to this, was providing psychological services (assessments, therapy and consultation for both inpatient and outpatient clients in our Mood and Anxiety Program.
Types of practica:  Initial intervention
Types of clients:  Adult (18 +)
Modality:  Individual; Group; Couple; Marital
Therapeutical orientation:  Psychodynamic; Eclectic; Cognitive; Mentalizing (part of MBT)
Types of client problems:  Mood, Anxiety, Personality, Substance abuse, Eating disorders, Schiz/psychotic, Stress management
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE A STUDENT FROM SEPTEMBER 2018 - AUGUST 2019
Recent students: C. Hahn (2017), N. Maiolino (2016)
Current students:
Clinical contact:  Available
Research interests:  N/A
Last updated: May 2018

DR. JEFF ST. PIERRE
Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI)
600 Sanatorium Rd.
London, ON N6H 3W7
Telephone:  (519) 858-2774, Ext. 2021
E-mail: jstpierr@uwo.ca or Jeff.Stpierre@ontario.ca

Clinical interests: CPRI is a Provincial Child and Adolescent Mental Health Centre offering specialized assessment and tertiary treatment for individuals 0 to 18 and all developmental levels. I am the Lead psychologist and work in Outpatient multidisciplinary programs for youth presenting with complex assessment and intervention needs (externalizing and internalizing symptoms, learning deficits, trauma exposure, and family systems concerns). Micro and macro-skills modelled include multidisciplinary teamwork and leadership, complex clinical evaluations and formulation, child (including functional analysis) and family systems understandings. My work includes CBT/ERP for OCD and anxiety, behavioural parent training and support, and diagnostic assessment in specialty clinics for children and youth. This includes children with dual diagnoses; with selective mutism and social phobia(http://www.cpri.ca/families/programs-services/selective-mutism/about-us/); the Brake Shop for Tourette Syndrome and associated disorders of disinhibition (www.leakybrakes.ca), and clinical consultation (chart review) regarding children with Complex Special Needs. I also serve on the Research team, and chair our Research Ethics Review panel.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Selective Mutism, Brake Shop
Types of practica:   Advanced intervention, Advanced assessment
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality:  Individual; Group; Family
Therapeutic orientation:  Cognitive behavioral; Behavioural; Cognitive; ABA; Family systems
Types of client problems:  Intellectual disability, Communication dis., Autism spectrum disorder, ADHD disorder, Learning disorder, Movement disorder, Tic disorder, Impulse control, PTSD, Adjustment disorder, Reactive attachment dis., OC & related disorders, Bipolar & related disorders, Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders, Disrupt. impuse & conduct dis.m Neurocognitive disorder,
Types of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live
Recent students:  Y. Kotelnikova (2015)
Current students: K. Dossett (2018)
Clinical contact:  Available
ROSTER FULL FOR 2018-2019
Research interests:  Tool development in child psychopathology. Epidemiology of child psychopathology. Treatment outcomes in child and adolescent psychopathology.
Last updated: May 2018

DR. MARLIES SUDERMANN   
Psychologist
437 Oxford Street, East (Between Colborne & Maitland)
London, ON  N5Y 3H5
Telephone: (519) 473-9956
Fax:  (519) 432-5665
E-mail:  marlies.sudermann@gmail.com

Clinical interests: I provide psychological legal assessments that are court ordered in the areas of child welfare and contested divorce/child custody and access.  I work with families, children, adolescents and adults as well as agencies and lawyers.  Theoretical approaches include family systems, developmental and cognitive-behaviour.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Court ordered parenting related assessments - under CFSA & CLRA; Testifying in court (this is something I do regularly - (3 to 5 times a year) - students can observe.
Type of practica: Initial Assessment; Advanced Assessment; More advanced practica
Types of clients:  Adult; Child; Adolescent; Infant
Modality:  Individual; Marital; Family
Theoretical orientation:  Cognitive Behaviour; Behavioural; Cognitive; Humanistic; Family Systems
Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; ADHD; Communication Disorder; Learning Disorder; Autism Spectrum Disorder; Impulse Control; PTSD; OC & Related Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Feeding & Eating Disorders; Sexual Dysfunction; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Bipolar and Related Disorders; Dissociative Disorders; Elimination Disorder; Neurocognitive Disorder; Depressive Disorders; Schiz. & Other Psychotic Disorders; Distruptive/Impulse & Conduct Disorders; Personality Disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide: Co-Therapy/Co-Interview; Observe student live; Review of drafts of report sections & test scoring.
Recent students
Current students: C. Sarmiento (2017)
Clinical contact:  Available
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE FROM JULY 2018 TO JULY 2019
Research interests:  Primary prevention of family dysfunction and parenting dysfunction, as well as improving societal responses to the now almost normal transition of family divorce/reconstitution. I also have a strong background in prevention of violence - including bullying, dating and domestic violence, and the impact of witnessing family violence on children and teens.
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. SARAH VERNON-SCOTT  
Psychologist, Clinical Neurosciences Department
London Health Sciences Centre, University Hospital
339 Windermere Road, P.O. Box 5339
London, ON Canada N6A 5A5
Telephone:  (519) 685-8500 x36332
E-mail: Sarah.VernonScott@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests:
My clinical interests lie in the areas of health and rehabilitation psychology.  My theoretical orientation is cognitive-behavioural/behavioural. My current clinical practice takes place in the Clinical Neurosciences Department, primarily the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit.  I act as a consultant regarding diagnosis, often with respect to conversion disorders (most often, psychogenic non-epileptic seizures), and comorbid psychiatric illnesses with epilepsy which can inform treatment.  I also provide treatment to both inpatients and outpatients who have been diagnosed with conversion disorders, mood, anxiety and personality disorders. 
Topics for workshops, seminars: Treatment of conversion disorders; consulting to interdisciplinary teams.
Types of practica:  Advanced Intervention; Advanced Assessment; More advanced practica
Types of clients:  Adult
Modality:  Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive Behaviour; Behavioural
Types of client problems: PTSD; Adjustment Disorder; Anxiety Disorders; Somatic Symptoms & Related Disorders; Neurocognitive Disorders, Depressive Disorders; Sleep-Wake Disorders; Personality Disorders.
Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case to you; Co-Therapy/Co-Interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live.
Recent students:  D. Ladowski, R. McDermott
Current students: K. Rnic (2016)
Clinical contact: Available
ROSTER IS FULL FOR 2018-2019
Research interests:  I am interested in the underpinnings of psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES). I am involved in a research collaboration with a neurologist and his neuroscience masters student attempting to utilize MRI images to understand PNES. 
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. ELLEN VRIEZEN
Children's Hospital of Western Ontario
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)
Paediatric Neuropsychology, VH, B6-300
800 Commissioners Road, East
London, ON   N6A 5W9
Telephone: (519) 685-8144
E-mail: Ellen.Vriezen@lhsc.on.ca

Clinical interests: My clinical practice is in paediatric neuropsychology.  I provide neuropsychological assessment and consultation services to children, ages 4 through 18 years, who have known or suspected central nervous system dysfunction, and who are referred from the Acquired Brain Injury, Neurology, Neurosurgery, or Metabolics/Genetics Services at the Children's Hospital London Health Sciences Centre.  I provide consultation to multi-disciplinary teams within the hospital, as well as to school and rehabilitation professionals and teams within the community.
CTopics for workshops, seminars: Paediatric Neuropsychology
Types of practica:  Initial assessment; Advanced Assessment (with children)
Types of clients:  Child; Adolescent
Modality:     
Theoretical orientation: Other (Neuropsychology)  
Types of client problems: Intellectual disability; ADHD/Learning disorders; Acquired brain injury, neurologic/neurological/metabolic disorder
Type of supervision you provide:  Student describes case; You observe student live
Recent students:  S. Seah; S. Chen (2015); D. Machado
Current students: C. Lau; M. Brown
Clinical contact: Not Available
AVAILABLE TO OFFER A PLACEMENT FOR A 9800 STUDENT FROM JANUARY 2019 TO APRIL 2019 (assessment with a child/children -- Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays
Research interests:  My research interests include cognitive and psychosocial deficits associated with paediatric brain injury.  Current research projects are investigating deficits in executive function as well as deficits in social skills in children with brain tumours and the late effects of cancer treatments.
Last updated:  May 2018

DR. MARGARET WEISER
Private Practice
3B - 307 Commissioners Road West
London, ON   N6J 1Y4
Telephone: (519) 601-2024
E-mail: drmweiser@brokenwing2.com

Clinical interests: In my neurorehabilitation clinic I provide assessment and intervention for adults who have incurred traumatic injury or experienced life-altering events.  My evaluation may include consideration of emotional dysregulation after trauma, and neurocognitive assessments after brain injury.  Prior to any intervention plan, I conduct an analysis of risks and opportunities for individuals who seek to challenge their personal limits after traumatic injury.
Types of practica: Advanced assessment, Advanced intervention
Types of workshops, seminars: Consultation with family physicians and integrated teams, concussion care, dementia care
Types of clients
:  Adult
Modality: Individual
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behav., Interpers. process
Types of client problems: PTSD, Adjustment Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Neurocognitive Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Co-therapy/Co-interview, Observe student live
Recent students:  D. Ladowski (2016) but had to request alternate supervisor
Current students:  
Clinical contact: Yes
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE STUDENTS FROM JANUARY 2019-SEPTEMBER 2019 (possibly earlier)
Research interests: I am one of the original authors of Evidence-Based Review of Moderate to Severe Acquired Brain Injury (ERABI) published by The Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation at www.abiebr.com.  I served on a Health Quality Ontario consultation team to establish standards of care for dementia published at www.hqontario.ca/Evidence-to-Improve-Care/Quality-Standards/View-all-Quality-Standards/Behavioural-Symptoms-of-Dementia.
Last updated: July 2018

DR. NAOMI WIESENTHAL
Psychologist, Student Development Centre
Western University
4163, Student Services Bldg.
London, ON  N6A 3K7
Telephone: (519) 661-2111, Ext. 85938
E-mail: nwiesent@uwo.ca

Clinical interests: I work with university students experiencing a broad range of presenting concerns.  My theoretical approach is integrative - it is broadly cognitive-behavioural (encompassing third-wave approaches), integrated with existential and narrative elements.
Types of practica: Initial intervention; Advanced intervention
Types of workshops, seminars: Working with the medically unwell; behavioural observations
Types of clients
:  Adult (primarily young adults)
Modality: Individual; Group
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Existential
Types of client problems: Adjustment/OC & related/Anxiety/Somatic Symptoms/Depressive/Personality Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide:  Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; You review audiotape with student; You observe student live
Recent students:  M. Care; N. Maiolino; B. Grant; K. Zhang K. Rnic (2015); C. Cutler (2014); V. Johnson (2014)
Current students:   K. Zhang
Clinical contact: Available
AVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE MAY 2018 TO AUGUST 2019
Research interests: N/A
Last updated: June 2018

DR. RICHARD S. ZAYED
Private Practice - McKenzie Zayed
186 Albert Street
London, ON  N6A 1M1
Telephone:  519-432-6200
E-mail: drzayed@mckenziezayed.ca

Clinical interests: I am a partner in the psychology practice of McKenzie Zayed (www.mckenziezayed.ca).  We are a group of Doctoral level, registered Clinical Psychologists who provide comprehensive services for adults, adolescents, and children.  We offer individual, couple, and family therapy, and parenting guidance across those populations.  We also conduct general mental health and cognitive/educational assessments, as well as specialized trauma and attachment assessments.  Additionally, we offer workshops and presentations on various topics within the field of Clinical Psychology, and we provide clinical supervision and professional consultation services.  We offer assessment and treatment of a wide range of clinical issues.  I have also received specialized training in the assessment and treatment of trauma and its consequences, including attachment disturbances and disorders, dissociation, struggles with sexuality, and personality disorders.  Based on my expertise in these areas, I recently expanded McKenzie Zayed to include more extensive and specialized trauma and attachment services.  Supervisees can be involved in offering psychotherapy as well as conducting assessments.  Opportunities are available for observation consultations, observation of client consultations/assessments, and attending workshops/training, which I offer through video-based telemental health (OTN).  Some involvement in telemental health services, beyond observation, is possible.
Types of practica: Advanced assessment, Advanced intervention
Types of workshops, seminars: Trauma/attachment psychopathology (post-traumatic stress, complex developmental trauma, attachment disturbance and disorders). Contemporary psychodynamic approaches to treatment (attachment-based therapies, EFT, IPT). Suicide and self-harm.  Working with personality disorders.
Types of clients: Child, Adolescent, Adult, Families, Parents.
Modality: Individual, Family.
Theoretical orientation: Integrative (focused on attachment-based and other contemporary psychodynamic approaches, integrating CBT and humanistic/existential approaches).
Types of client problems: Wide range and diversity, as is present in private practice.
Type of supervision you can provide: Outpatient
Recent students
Current students:  
Clinical contact: Available
Research interests: Theoretical and conceptual issues in assessment and treatment.  Developmental psychopathology of trauma and attachment.  Psychotherapy.
UNAVAILABLE TO SUPERVISE STUDENTS FOR 2018-2019
Last updated: May 2018