Dr. Kimberly Harris
London Family Court Clinic
242 Pall Mall Street, Suite 200
London, ON N6A 5P6
Telephone: (519) 494-6572
Clinical interests: About 70% of my clinical practice involves assessment. Referrals are from Court, community services, as well as self-referrals for children, youth, adults, and families. I conduct court-ordered assessments of parenting capacity, parenting time and decision-making, youth justice, mental health, and risk. Other referrals address questions related to neurodevelopmental disorders including fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). About 15% of my clinical practice involves intervention including individual psychotherapy for a range of referral questions including PTSD, mood, anxiety, and antisocial behaviour. I also conduct family therapy for resist/refuse dynamics following separation/divorce and other problems in family functioning. Finally, about 15% of my clinical practice involves education and workshops on a range of clinical issues.
Topics for workshops, seminars: Parenting capacity; Parenting Plan Evaluations; Family Therapy; Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder; Cognitive Behaviour Therapy; Various forensic issues in assessment
Type of clinical practica: Advanced Assessment
Types of clients: Adult; Child; Adolescent
Modality: Individual; Group; Family
Theoretical orientation: Cognitive behaviour; Behavioural; Applied Behavioural Anal.; Family Systems; Cognitive; ACT/Mindfulness
Types of client problems: Neurodevelopmental Disorders (e.g. Communication, Autism Spectrum, ADHD Disorders, etc.); Depressive Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders; Disruptive Impulse and Conduct Disorders; Substance-Related and Addictive 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); S. Montgombery-Graham (2017)
Clinical mentor (formerly clinical contact person): Not Available
Research interests: Although my work at LFCC involves primarily leadership and clinical work, I have undertaken both formal and informal program evaluations within the various programs at LFCC and at other agencies. These evaluations are essential to ensure the delivery of high quality empirically supported services.
Available to supervise: No
Last updated: November 2, 2020