Dr. O'Connor offers psychological testing services to children, adolescents and young adults. Her clients include parents and families in Toronto and the surrounding area. She takes referrals from physicians, pediatricians, personal injury and family lawyers, mental health professionals and organizations, as well as Children's Aid Societies. Her psychological testing services increase understanding of the psychological challenges that young people face, and lead to evidence based solutions to address them. Her goal is to help promote positive psychological outcomes in young people and their families despite the psychological challenges they face.
Are you looking for help with adolescent or child problems, or with concerns that present in a young adult? Do you worry about learning or behavioral problems, or social and/or emotional concerns. What about neuropsychological issues in a young person? Does the young person suffer from an acquired brain injury, a learning disability or significant attention problems.
What about neurodevelopmental risk factors? Does a young person you know suffer from prenatal exposure to drugs or alcohol, or both, or low birth weight and prematurity?
Perhaps you worry about trauma related issues in a child, adolescent or young adult?
Has the young person experienced a single acute trauma like a motor vehicle accident? Is he or she showing trauma symptoms associated with Post Traumatic
Stress Disorder? Or has the young person experienced ongoing, chronic or complex trauma such as exposure to chronic, and/or multiple traumatic events that occur within the family, and/or community? Is he or she showing trauma symptoms such as emotional and/or behavioral dysregulation,
social/relationship difficulties and/or high levels of physiological
arousal and problems with concentration?
Perhaps you are a young adult searching for a psychological assessment to explore learning issues, such as a learning disability in order to pursue appropriate support at the college or university level, or help around college admission tests, and/or other issues such as behavioral and emotional concerns?You are not alone.
Children, adolescents and young adults suffer from a range of psychological concerns, from the relatively benign to the more serious. Their families, and the professionals who work with them, are searching for help to support these young people. They want to get to "the root" of the problems that inhibit the potentials of these young people, and find effective strategies to address them.
Dr. O'Connor, a Toronto psychologist, helps parents, as well as professionals, organizations and community agencies, with a range of adolescent and child problems, as well as those that present in young adults. She offers psychological and school neuropsychological assessments at the Family First Play Therapy Center in Bradford Ontario. She also works with the Lingyu International Psychology Centre to provide Psycholoical Assessents to their clients. Her services increase understanding of the psychological and learning problems that present in a young person, and lead to evidence based solutions to address them.Her services include:
Dr. O’Connor is a licensed psychologist, practicing in Toronto, Ontario. She also offers psychological assessments to young people, their families and the professionals who work with them in the Simcoe/Bradford area. She works with the Lingyu International Psychology Centre to provide Psycholoical Assessents to their clients. She has over two decades of experience working with children, adolescents, young adults and their families. She holds a Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology, as well as specialty designation in Clinical Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology. She is a fellow with the American Board of Clinical Psychology.
She integrates a school neuropyschological understanding into the assessments she offers to young people, their families and helping professionals who work with them.
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Contact Dr. O'Connor about an adolescent or child problem, or a concern in a young adult.
alWhat about other childhood issues and concerns? Are you worried about a child whose parents are addicted to alcohol or drugs? These children are at greater risk of developing a range of psychological problems, including learning and social, emotional and behavioral concerns. They are also at greater risk of experiencing various psychological and mental health problems as adults, such as alcoholism or other addictive disorders, or problems with intimate relationships, or healthy partner choice.
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