Dr. O'Connor, a Toronto psychologist, works with children, adolescents, young adults and their families. She also takes referrals from physicians, lawyers, educators and mental health professionals in Toronto and the surrounding area. Her services include psychological assessments, school neuropsychological evaluations and consultations.
Dr. O'Connor's psychological assessments help "get to the root" of the psychological challenges that present in young people. These include social, emotional and behavioral concerns, as well as learning/academic problems. Dr. O'Connor also provides School Neuropsychological Evaluations, which offer a more comprehensive in depth assessment than either a Psychological or Psycho-Educational Assessment. School Neuropsychological Evaluations explore the neurobiological basis of childhood learning and behavioral disorders, and assess neuro-cognitive strengths and weaknesses, associated with academic skills and social, emotional and behavioral concerns.
To learn more about Dr. O'Connor's School Neuropsychological Evaluations, click here.
Dr. O'Connor also works with young people who are showing trauma related symptoms. They may exhibit trauma related issues associated with a single acute trauma, such as a Motor Vehicle Accident. She also works with young clients who show complex trauma histories, and/or attachment based trauma.
Dr. O’Connor consults with or takes referrals from professionals, organizations and parents in Toronto and the surrounding area. She uses her expertise in school neuropsychology, and as a clinical and school psychologist, to provide in depth, comprehensive psychological and school neuropsychological assessments for children, adolescents and young adults.
To learn more about Dr. O'Connor's Services click here.
Dr. O’Connor, a Toronto psychologist, has over two decades of experience working with children, adolescents, young adults and their families. She received her doctorate in psychology from the University of Toronto. She holds a Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology. She holds specialty designation in Clinical Psychology from The American Board of Professional Psychology, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology. In addition, she holds a Certificate in Attachment Theory and Treatment.
Her areas of practice with the Ontario College of Psychologists include clinical psychology, school psychology and counseling. She is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association, The Canadian Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, The International Neuropsychological Society, The International Association for the Study of Attachment, and The American Board of School Neuropsychology.
Dr. O'Connor consults as a clinical supervisor, and offers psychological assessments to The Family First Play Therapy Centre in Bradford, Ontario. She also provides psychological assessments through the Lingyu International Psychology Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Her private practice is located at Yonge and St. Clair.
As a professor with the Yorkville University Master of Arts in Counseling Program, Dr. O'Connor developed and taught graduate courses (The Biological, Developmental & Scientific Basis of Behavior; Psychopathology - Disorders of Personality). She has also taught at Ryerson University in Toronto. In addition, she consults, conducts seminars and writes on topics related to her work in school neuropsychology and clinical psychology. She has worked with thousands of young people and their families, around a broad range of psychological issues and concerns.
Dr. O'Connor is the author of "I CAN BE ME"-- a Helping Book for Children of Alcoholic Parents. This book shows parents and counselors how to address the needs of children of alcoholics or drug addicted parents.
This useful resource can be integrated into company initiatives related to drug and alcohol problems in the work place. "I CAN BE ME"- A Helping Book for Children of Alcoholic Parents has been widely used by Employee Assistance Programs, Addiction Treatment Centers and Schools, as well as Psychologists and other Mental Health Professionals.
Concerned parents and other family members have also ordered "I CAN BE ME".
Click here to learn more about "I Can Be Me-A Helping Book for Children of Alcoholic Parents".
This book will focus on the psychological concerns that intersect with this issue, and how to prevent it from happening to you, a family member or client.