Psychologists are highly trained to provide specialized diagnostic assessments as well as carry out psycho-educational assessments and individualized treatment for children, teens, adults, and families.  

A clinical psychologist will identify the needs of the client, and work to facilitate change in any area that you would like to improve.  


  • Peer pressure/bullying

  • Social/performance anxiety

  • Depression, self-harm/suicidal thoughts

  • Panic attacks

  • Poor academic performance

  • Relationship difficulties


  • Mood difficulties

  • Stress and management of work-life balance

  • Parenting stress

  • Assertiveness and confidence

  • Marital/relationship difficulties


  • Parent-child relationship difficulties

  • Attachment difficulties

  • Anger and emotional discord in the home

  • Parenting differences

  • Co-parenting after separation/divorce