Sarah Husain, M.Ed., C.Psych.

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Sarah Husain, M.Ed., C.Psych.

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.

Sarah received her Master’s degree in School Psychology from the University of British Columbia in 2010. Following her training, she worked as a school psychologist for 6 years within the public school system and for several years in a multi-disciplinary private practice. She has also provided assessment services for children and youth at community mental health agencies, and for adult learners at the University of British Columbia’s Adult Assessment Clinic.

Sarah offers a holistic and comprehensive approach to assessment, to help parents and teachers better support the student’s learning and overall development at home and school. Her assessments cover several areas  (cognitive skills, academic skills, life skills, behaviour, attention, social skills, and emotional functioning), and she strives to obtain information from multiple sources, often working collaboratively with other service providers such as doctors, speech/language pathologists and counselors. This ensures that recommendations are tailored to support the development of the whole child, making interventions more complete and effective.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys hiking, gardening and being outdoors. She is a mother of two young children, who keep her on her toes and are constant reminders of how differently each child learns.

Professional Associations

  • College of Psychologists of Ontario
  • Ontario Psychological Association
  • Ontario Association of Psychological Associates
  • Canadian Psychological Association
  • College of Alberta Psychologists