Dr. Lindsey Forbes
560 Wellington Street, 5th floor, Unit 3
London, ON N6A 3R4
Telephone: (519) 280-6697
Clinical interests: Comprehensive psychoeducational assessments with children, teens and adults using a Cross-Battery Approach and recent OPA Guidelines (2018/2020). Sport Psychology Consultation with athletes/performers, primarily from a CBT, ACT, and mindfulness orientation. Mindfulness meditation and yoga nidra. Exercise promotion, nutritional psychology, and lifestyle change.
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 clinical practica: Initial Assessment; Advanced Assessment; Applied Research
Types of clients: Adolescent; Adult; Child
Modality: Group; Individual
Theoretical orientation: ACT/Mindfulness; Behavioural; Cognitive; Cognitive behaviour; Family Systems; Humanistic; Interpersonal; Interpersonal Process; Narrative
Types of client problems: Neurodevelopmental Disorders (e.g. Communication, Autism Spectrum, ADHD Disorders, etc.); Depressive Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders; Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders; Neurocognitive Disorders
Type of supervision you can provide: Co-therapy/Co-interview; Observe student live; Student describes case
Recent students: S. Caird (2014); S. Ouellette (2015); S. Montgomery-Graham (2016); C Cutler (2016); E Shumlich (2016); M. Vandermeer (2018)
Current students: C. Chadwick (2020)
Clinical mentor (formerly clinical contact person): Not available
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. Recent adaptation of this group to target exercise promotion among teen girls, with ongoing program evaluation research.
Available to supervise: Yes
Constraints: Available to supervise an Initial Assessment practicum from January 2021 onward.
Last updated: June 24, 2020