Dr. Anthony Folino

Thames Valley District School Board & Private Practice

1250 Dundas Street
London, ON  N5W 5P2
Telephone: (519) 452-2000, ext. 77989
Email: dr.anthonyfolino@gmail.com

Clinical interests: Within the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB), I am currently overseeing the boards Mental Health Transitions Classrooms. These classrooms are designated to support some of the TVDSBs most complex and vulnerable youth who are coming out of treatment and reintegrating back into the school system. Within this role, I work very closely with teachers, educational assistants, behaviour analysts, and social workers to ensure that we are providing students with empirically supported interventions. Many of our students' experience co-morbid psychiatric and psychological disorders (eg. anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, conduct disorder, oppositional defiance disorder, etc.) along with multifaceted social-emotional and behavioural difficulties. Given teh complex needs of our students, I tend to adopt an eclectic approach to intervention. More specifically, I find myself using a number of clinical techniques and modalities including cognitive behavioural therapy, behaviour modification, and solution-focused approaches to help equip students with the requisite skills to address their challenges and strive towards greater mental wellness.

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 clinical practica: Initial Intervention; Advanced Intervention

Types of clients: Child; Adolescent


Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Eclectic; Applied Behav. Anal.; Cognitive

Types of client problems: Intellectual Disability; 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; Elimination Disorders

Type of supervision you can provide: Student describes case; Co-therapy/Co-interview; Review audiotape/videotape with student; Observe student live

Recent students: A. Vesley; C. Hahn (2015)

Current students:

Clinical contact: Not Available

Research interests: Not currently involved in research.

Available to supervise: Yes


Last updated: September 28, 2020