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
Clinical interests: My clinical work 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 (e.g. 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 conceptualization 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
Modality: Individual; Group; Family
Theoretical orientation: CBT/Integrative; Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Interpersonal process; Family systems; ACT/Mindfulness; Biopsychosocial
Types of client problems: Acute and Post Traumatic Stress Disorders; Adjustment to Medical Condition; Mood and Anxiety Disorders; Complex/Persistent Bereavement; Somatic Symptoms and Related Disorders; Feeding and Disorders of Eating.
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: A. Newton
Clinical contact person: Available for advanced students with child/adolescent academic and intervention experience
Research interests: Pediatric Oncology; Palliative Care
Available to supervise: No
Constraints: Advance therapy placement for advanced students with child/adolescent academic and intervention experience, and behavioural medicine interest (i.e. coursework, workshop, research, previous clinical placement).
Last updated: Sept 2, 2020