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. She has supported children, adolescents, and young adults of varying ability achieve their educational and personal goals.
Kelly is passionate about empowering students and their support teams to better understand the student’s learning profile, and the most appropriate supports and services for that child. Kelly feels strongly about the home-school connection, and encourages parents to be a part of their child’s assessment and intervention journey.
In her downtime, Kelly spends all of her time chasing after her 2 young sons and Labradoodle.
Supervision: Kelly’s assessment and intervention services are supervised by Sarah Husain (Psychologist)
Education: Masters degree in School Psychology (University of British Columbia)