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
We are a multi-disciplinary healthcare practice. Our team is made up of compassionate and highly skilled professionals who have expertise in providing mental health and behaviour support to infants, children, young adults, and parents.
All members of our team are fully licensed, and include Registered Psychologists / Psychological Associates, Registered Psychotherapists, and Registered Social Workers.
We provide individual counseling, early-years mental health support, parenting consultation, psychoeducational assessments, autism assessments, and social skills groups.
SARAH HUSAIN, M.Ed., C.Psych.; Psychologist(Infants, Children and Teens)
Sarah is a registered psychologist in Ontario. She brings to her practice over a decade of experience working with children, youth, and parents in various capacities. Sarah has provided assessment and mental health services in school boards, community mental health agencies, and multi-disciplinary private practice settings. Currently, Sarah provides counseling services for infants, children, teens, and parents. She provides treatment for a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, oppositional behaviour, emotional regulation, grief, trauma, family dynamics, social skills, self-esteem, and relationship difficulties.
KELLY COSTAIN, M.Ed.; Psychometrist(Supervised) (Children & Teens)
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.
JULIA SIVARAJAH, M.A.; Registered Psychotherapist(Teens & Young Adults)
Julia is a Registered Psychotherapist and provides mental health counseling and psychotherapy for youth and adults. She holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. She has several years of experience in the field of Mental Health and Addictions, and has worked in various residential, hospital, outpatient and community mental health settings. The focus of her work has been helping individuals who are struggling with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, ADHD, anger, trauma, personality disorders, parenting, relationship difficulties, and substance use recovery.
BRITTNEY DOODY, MSW; Registered Social Worker (Infants, Children & Teens)
Brittney is an experienced mental health therapist who has a passion for supporting child and family related concerns. Britney has focused her training primarily on attachment, infant/child development and trauma-informed approaches to address difficulties relating to behavior, emotional regulation and challenges in the parent-child relationship. Brittney has extensive experience working with children’s anxiety and uses a combination of therapy modalities to address social, emotional and behavioral related concerns.
Our highly skilled clinicians provide support to children, teens, and young adults, for a wide range of challenges. We utilize evidence-based approaches such as CBT, play therapy, and emotion-focused therapies.
This service focuses on children between the ages of 0 to 5 years, and primarily provides support for parents who have concerns about their infant/toddler. Our highly skilled clinicians provide support to strengthen effective parenting approaches, promote attachment and the parent-child connection, and to increase parent confidence.
Our diagnostic assessments are comprehensive and holistic. Our psychologists diagnose learning, attention, or developmental disorders, and provide effective recommendations for supporting your child at home and school.
Getting started is easy. Whether you are seeking services for yourself or your child, you can phone or email us to schedule an initial consultation. A doctor’s referral is not required by us, but may be required by your insurance provider. Be sure to check with your insurance provider first.