Psych-ed & ADHD Assessments


Adult ADHD Assessments, Adult Autism Assessments, and Comprehensive Psychoeducational Assessments provided by a patient-focused multidisciplinary team of licensed healthcare professionals. 



In-Person Services Available in Toronto and Ottawa. Remote ADHD Assessment Services Available to Residents of Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia.


intake@psychoedclinic.comPhone: 437-886-6311Fax: 437-889-7179

Greetings from our multidisciplinary team!

We are an interdisciplinary team of professionals, including psychologists, psychotherapists, physician, and nurse practitioner who provide comprehensive ADHD, Autism and psychoeducational assessments. As a teaching clinic, we provide expert training to clinicians, and supervision to emerging healthcare professionals through our residency consortium and as faculty supervisors. We also develop innovative technology to make assessments more readily accessible to institutions, families, and individuals.

Upcoming Workshops and Clinician Training

Assessment of ADHD in Adults

There has been an increasing interest in the diagnosis and treatment of adult ADHD. Join Dr. Saeid and Ms. Celebre to review the best practices for approaching the assessment of ADHD in adults. We will review standardized processes such as screening, standard battery (including our rationale for selecting certain measures), diagnostic considerations, and complex cases. Our goal is to provide you with a comprehensive overview of adult ADHD assessments and help you prepare a roadmap to take the necessary learning and supervision steps to provide this service to your clients. 

Register Here - Attendees will receive 1 CE credit certified by the OPA

What is a Psychoeducational Assessment?

An assessment can change the trajectory of a student's path by providing recommendations for accommodations to assist the student at their school, college or university, as well as, suggestions for educational programming, identification, and placement.  

Long Waitlists for Psychoeducational Assessments: join us in advocacy for greater access to school psychologists

According to People for Education’s 2022 Report on Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools, there are at least 35,000 students waiting for special education assessments in Ontario. While most of these students are receiving some form of support, without an assessment, it is difficult to ensure that the support is targeted and appropriate. Even though schools have their own psychologists, the waitlist can reach over two years.

We support these organizations via pro bono services / monthly donations:
Contact us if you are a Toronto-based charity in need of psychological services.