Pronouns: she / her / hers
Connie is a registered clinical and school psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She has been a licensed psychologist since 2006, and has over 32 years experience providing psychological services.
Connie spent the first half of her career working in developmental and autism services. She spent the last fifteen years working within the public school system. During her time with the school board, Connie provided consultation to other professionals, participated in identification and placement meetings, and helped to develop best-practice guidelines for assessing students with special needs and hearing loss, in addition to completing psychoeducational assessments and behaviour consultations.
She has a wealth of experience in assessment, diagnosis and intervention related to learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, special needs, giftedness, attention disorders, and anxiety.
At CASE Psychology, Connie provides psychoeducational assessment and consultation services for children and teens, and is exceptionally positioned to help families to navigate the school system.
Connie is married and has two adult children. She is a novice knitter, enjoys choral singing, and cheers for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Licensing Body: College of Psychologists of Ontario
Education: Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology (Concordia University)
Professional Associations: Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals