Dr. Dan T. Ashbourne

London Family Court Clinic (LFCC)

Executive Director, Clinical Psychologist, and Accredited Family Mediator

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, Mediation, 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, Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution models as alternatives to Court, C&A or PCA assessments, Voice of the Child Reports, Training related to various topics.

Type of clinical practica: Advanced Intervention, Advanced Assessment

Types of clients: Adolescent; Adult; Child

Modality: Family; Individual

Theoretical orientation: Cognitive Behaviour, Eclectic, Family Systems

Types of client problems: Neurodevelopmental Disorders (e.g. Communication, Autism Spectrum, ADHD Disorders, etc.), Depressive Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders, Neurocognitive Disorders, Personality Disorders

Type of supervision you can provide: Co-therapy/Co-interview; Student describes case to you

Recent students: S. Montgomery-Graham (2017)

Current students: None

Clinical mentor (formerly clinical contact person): 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 & Youth Advocacy Centre (CYAC) for London-Middlesex, and specialized efforts to work with First Nations youth and families. We have a FASD Connect peer-mentoring initiative funded by OTF, and funding from Bell and OTF to address development of a postvention protocol for when suicide occurs for the London-Middlesex area. We are working on training related to expanding professionals trained to do voice of the child reports and mediation work too.

Available to supervise: No

Constraints: N/A

Last updated: June 22, 2020