We work with high functioning 16+ teens, adults of all ages, men and women, who may be experiencing ASD, LD, or ADHD/Executive Function, and psychosocial/psychiatric issues.
We can refer to associate colleagues for diasgnostic services for children and younger teens.
Kevin Reinhardt, Psychologist, our Clinical Director, has spent 27 years working in post-secondary as a professor, assessor, learning strategist, assistive technologist, and counselor. He has been engaged in private practice as a Psychologist providing diagnosis and treatment for many years and has a particular interest in the diagnosis of Autism (Asperger’s) and issues that co-occur with Autism, as it appears in high functioning older teens, women, and adults of all ages.
He regularly presents both nationally and internationally on issue related to disability and adult issues.
He is registered as a Psychologist in both Ontario and in Newfoundland/Labrador. The Newfoundland/Labrador registration allows for work in the Atlantic Provinces.
Our Psychometrists are young adults engaged in the study of psychology and studying/working toward their registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Both bring specific multifaceted perspectives to the practice, in current studies in psychology, being young adults aware of the social and technical world confronting individuals today, and experience with ADHD, LD, and ASD in post-secondary education and employment.
Our Learning Strategist and Assistive technologist working with us is a highly talented and respected individual with many years of experience in coaching adults and helping them to cope with learning and organizational challenges.
We have a strong focus on High Functioning ASD adults in need of assessments, diagnosis or recommendations, as well as ADHD and LD.
Associated colleagues can see your child for diagnosis.
As a result of our experience and training:
We have an understanding of student’s needs, accommodations, assistive services, and transitions.
In the workplace, we understand employment related issues.
Couples/families dealing with dysfunction,
females questioning diagnosis or function
Individuals facing issues related to changes regarding work and/or retirement
All such persons can benefit from good assessment, then diagnosis, and then appropriate treatment.
We are open to working with individuals face-to-face, travelling to provide assessment and diagnosis services, and consulting or counselling via online services.