The psychologist’s and clinician’s at Moss, Rowden, Freigang & Associates work with individuals to identify, assess and treat a variety of issues in the areas of: learning, attention, behaviour, social and emotional functioning. As a multi-disciplinary team with an extended range of experience in multiple areas and disorders, we are able to assist individuals and/or families with mild stresses to more complex and severe mental health struggles (including individuals with dual diagnosis). We work directly with the individual or family and involve you in all processes and decision making to determine the best approach to support your needs. As a team we also regularly collaborate with agencies and community resources. Our goal is to develop practical solution focused strategies for coping and positive change.
As a team, we believe that early identification of difficulties and struggles can prevent escalating concerns, reduce individual and family stress, as well as improve the individual’s outcome. However, it is never too early or too late to identify and work with issues. We also find that accurate diagnosis of difficulties is often required for access to educational and community based resources.
Our professionals have a broad range of experience in the following areas;
We offer a wide range of assessment services from brief consultative assessment for strategy development to detailed and comprehensive standardized assessments. Services will vary depending on your individual needs.
We offer a range of more detailed and comprehensive psychological assessments to assist with:
Learn more about what is involved in the assessment process from the brochures below.
Our team offers a full range of treatment and intervention services designed to support individually identified needs. We will meet with the individual, parent and or family to help identify strategies for handling difficulties and can engage in short or long term therapy. Our treatments include:
Contact us for more information on psychological assessment and intervention services.
Read the following brochure to assist you to determine if you your health benefits will cover psychological services