The well-being of our clients and clinicians is our top priority. Due to the ongoing health risks associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, all counseling, parenting, and social-skills services will continue to be provided via telehealth (phone and video) sessions only. Our online platforms are secure and PHIPA-compliant, and telehealth services have been found to be an effective alternative to in-person sessions. We are committed to supporting the mental health of our clients through these challenging times. Please phone or email to book a telehealth session.
Welcome to CASE Psychology
At CASE, we provide comprehensive psychoeducational assessment and consultation services for children and teens who have difficulty with learning, attention, emotion, behaviour, and social skills. We diagnose learning disabilities, giftedness, attention disorders, mental health problems, and autism spectrum disorder. We provide consultation and intervention services for kids, teens and parents. We work collaboratively with parents, teachers, and other health care professionals, and spend ample time with your child, to ensure our recommendations are as useful and effective as possible.
Sarah Husain is a registered psychologist in Ontario, and founder of CASE Psychology. She provides psychoeducational, behaviour and autism assessments for children and adolescents. She has years of experience diagnosing learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, developmental delays, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and giftedness/high ability. Sarah has a special interest in early diagnosis of ASD, social skills training for teens with ASD, Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and consultation for parents of children with intense emotions and defiant/challenging behaviour.
Kelly provides psychoeducational assessment, intervention and consultation services for children and adolescents with a wide range of presenting difficulties, including learning, attention, social skills, behaviour, emotional regulation, life-skills, and executive functions. Kelly has 9 years of post-secondary training in the field of psychology. She completed her Masters degree in School Psychology at the University of British Columbia in 2012. Since the completion of her training, she has provided assessment and intervention services within public and independent school boards, and for post-secondary institutions.
We work with children as young as 2 years old, and as old as age 19. If your child has difficulty with learning, memory, language, attention, behaviour, social skills, or is not meeting major developmental milestones…
When you call or email, you will talk with our friendly receptionist. If we are not able to take your call, we will return your call or email within 24 hours. Our office staff will collect basic contact information and ask you about your main concerns. An initial appointment will be scheduled for you to meet with your psychologist, where your concerns will be discussed and a plan will be made about how to proceed.