Dr. Saeid Chavoshi, Phd, C.Psych
Clinical & School Psychologist | Clinic Director
Dr. Saeid Chavoshi is a Clinical and School Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Western Ontario, and a Clinical Supervisor at York University. He is affiliated with the Ontario Psychological Association, and the Canadian Psychological Association. He is a former professor at Seneca College. He is a former professor at Seneca College and a school psychologist for the Toronto School boards.
Dr. Chavoshi completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto, and obtained his M.A. and Ph.D. from York University. His research focused on self-regulation, including developing interventions for improving time-management and executive functioning skills. Learn about Dr. Saeid's research and other projects at www.DrChavoshi.ca.
Dr. Laith Barsoom, MD, CCFP
Dela Farzanfar, MA, PhD Candidate
Dela received her graduate degree in Clinical Psychology from York University in Toronto and worked as a psychoeducational consultant at the Toronto District School Board where she provided psychological services to a diverse population under supervision. She has also previously worked in neuropsychology clinics at the Baycrest Centre and the University Health Network. She is currently completing her doctorate in psychology at the University of Toronto.
Angela Celebre, MA, PhD Candidate
Angela Celebre completed her undergraduate studies in human biology and psychology at the University of Toronto and obtained her M.A. from the School and Applied Child Psychology program at Western University. She has worked with children, adolescents, and families across both school and clinical settings, including Merrymount Family Support and Crisis Center, Mary J. Wright Child and Youth Development Clinic, and the Waterloo Region District School Board. She is currently completing her doctorate in School and Applied Child Psychology at Western University and her residency at The PsychoEd Clinic.
Alina Lyons, MA, edD Candidate
Alina Lyons completed her undergraduate studies in human biology and psychology at the University of Toronto and obtained her M.A. from the School Psychology program at the University of British Columbia. She is pursuing her doctoral studies at the University of Toronto in the Doctor of Education in Counselling Psychology, Counselling & Psychotherapy Field. Alina has over eight years of experience providing psychological assessments to children, youth, and adults. She worked as a Certified School Psychologist in British Columbia. She is currently working as a psychoeducational consultant for a Toronto School board. Alina is part of the Adult ADHD Service at The PsychoEd Clinic where she provides psychometric and assessment services to adults and supervision to junior associates. In addition, Alina provides ADHD coaching and counselling to adults diagnosed with ADHD.
Shayna Fox Lee, MA, PhD Candidate
Shayna Fox Lee obtained her master’s degree from York University, where she is a doctoral candidate and lectures in the Psychology Department. Shayna has served on the executive board and held an editorship for Division 26 of the American Psychological Association. Her research focuses on the development and verification of mindfulness interventions, as well as therapeutic regulation. Shayna is part of the Adult ADHD Service at The PsychoEd Clinic where she provides psychometric and assessment services to adults and supervision to junior associates.
Rotem Petranker, MA, PhD Candidate
Rotem Petranker completed a bachelor's in psychology at the University of Toronto and received his graduate degree in psychology from York University. He is completing his doctorate in psychology at McMaster University. Rotem has worked as a clinician at the York University Psychology clinic where he provided a variety of psychological services to a diverse population. He has also worked in the Thompson Centre at Sunnybrook hospital to lead mindfulness-based intervention with a focus on clients with OCD and anxiety. Rotem is part of the Adult ADHD Service at The PsychoEd Clinic where he provides psychometric and assessment services to adults.
Taissa Fuke, M.A.
Taissa earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Ottawa and her M.A. degree in psychology with a focus on Lifespan Development at Brock University. Her graduate research focussed on preschool children’s cognitive development. She is currently coordinating a research project focused on improving mental health outcomes for adults with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Taissa is part of the Post-Secondary ADHD Service at The PsychoEd Clinic where she provides psychometric and assessment services to emerging adults. Taissa is passionate about continuing her training and education towards becoming a clinical psychologist.
Azin dastpak, M.Sc
Clinical Services Manager
Masi Mehrabanpour, B.sc, M.Psy Candidate
Graduate Practicum Trainee
Lamia Firasta, B.sc
Armita Hosseini, M.Ed., M.A., C. Psych. Assoc.
Consultant Psychological Associate in Adult Autism Assessment and Diagnosis
Armita is registered Clinical and Counselling psychological Associate with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She has a Master’s of Education in Counseling Psychology from University of Western Ontario and a Master’s of Arts in Clinical-Developmental Psychology from York University. Throughout her clinical training, she has worked for publicly funded mental health agencies including Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, East Metro Youth Services, Aisling Child and Family Discoveries Centre. Armita focuses on assessing and treating ADHD and ASD in adults. Armita also treats and conducts psycho-educational and psychological assessments for children, adolescents and adults. Her practice is LGBTQ-affirmative.
Learn more at: https://talknthrive.com/
Dr. Julie Wallis, PHD, C.Psych
Consultant Bilingual Clinical Child Psychologist
Dr. Julie Wallis completed her Doctorate in Clinical Developmental Psychology at York University and is registered as a clinical psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Dr. Wallis completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Hincks-Dellcrest Centre (now the SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health) in Toronto. Her training and experience center on the complex psychological assessment of children, integrative psychotherapy, parent counselling/coaching, and family therapy. Dr. Wallis offers consultation and coaching to parents of young children, and she provides bilingual psychoeducational assessments for students enrolled in French immersion or extended French programs.
Learn more at: www.drjuliewallis.com
Dr. Sarah Mastoras, PHD, C.Psych
Consultant School Psychologist
Dr. Sarah Mastoras is a registered School Psychologist with extensive experience working within the school system. She completed her doctorate at the University of Calgary, where her research focused on resilience in children with ADHD. She conducts comprehensive psychoeducational assessments with children from kindergarten through high school to better understand and support their learning needs and well-being. She is experienced in the assessment and diagnosis of learning disabilities, ADHD and behaviour disorders, communication and intellectual disorders, as well as mental health needs (e.g., anxiety, depression, self-esteem) that can interfere with school functioning. Dr. Mastoras takes a child-centered, strengths-based approach to her work, and aims to involve and empower families throughout the process. Learn more at https://fairmarc.ca/our-team/
Dr. Alex Basile, PHD, C.Psych
Consultant School and Clinical Child Psychologist
Dr. Basile (she/her) is a clinical and school psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Her scope of practice includes work with children, adolescents, and their parents. She completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Developmental Psychology at York University. Her clinical training and employment experience include work at several school boards, hospitals, and clinics including the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Markham Stouffville Hospital, and private practice. Her experience in school psychology provides her with a unique perspective of the challenges that parents, and their children experience not only at home but in meeting their social, emotional, and cognitive needs within the greater context of their community. Dr. Basile works from a cognitive behavioural therapeutic (CBT) orientation and integrates a variety of evidence-based approaches to best meet client needs.
Learn more at: www.dralexandragbasile.com
Dr. Shulamit Mor, PHD, C.Psych
Director of the Mor Centre for Student Counselling and Development
Dr. Mor is a Registered Psychologist in Clinical, Counselling and Rehabilitation Psychology. She received her doctoral degree from York University in Toronto, where she continues to teach at the Department of Psychology. Dr. Mor has been a clinical supervisor for the Personal Counselling Services (PCS) at York University and the director and founder of the Canadian Centre for Performance Psychology. Learn more at: Mor Center for Student Counselling and Development.
Eric oosenbrug, phd
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