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Dr. Sean Robb offers Neuropsychological Assessments to understand and diagnose any neuropsychological challenges.
Abbreviated and low-cost geriatric neurocognitive and neuroemotional assessments are available for stroke, dementia, and neurodegenerative conditions, such as MS or Parkinson's.
Assessments can be completed in-person at either site: St. Catharines or Napanee ON
Neuroemotional/Psychodiagnostic assessments are utilized to understand mental health challenges such as mood, anxiety, and personality, and provide guidance for our dedicated therapy team. Assessments can be completed in-person or virtually.
Private Psychotherapy and neuro-rehabilitation services are provided by our team of registered psychotherapists. We offer both virtual and in-person options.
Our person-centered approach means we work to find a good fit with you, and therapy styles can include CBT, ACT, DBT, and Solutions-Focused Therapy for depression, anxiety, trauma, personality disorders, as well as neurological disorders.
Our team offers treatment through the WSIB Community Mental Health Program
This clinic is available to anyone in need of individual psychotherapy support who is willing to participate by phone or video conference.
This clinic is overseen by our licensed clinicians but carried out by Masters of Counselling Psychology Students
Medical Psychotherapy was originally founded to assist stroke survivors in (re)constructing a life of meaning after stroke. Over the years, our work has expanded to provide access to high-quality assessment and accessible mental health care, as well as teaching future clinicians in our brain-focused model.
There is currently a waitlist
There is currently no waitlist
Not Currently Accepting Clients
Call or email us. No referral is required, but we welcome referrals and like to work with your family doctor to achieve your goals.
Our administrative team will connect with you to see how we can help and to collect your contact information and book an intake appointment.
Please bring any medical information that is relevant. The more information we have, the better we can help.
Our clinicians will help you determine whether an assessment may be of benefit, and how to best proceed with therapy.
Feel free to contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
214 Martindale Road (Unit 203), St. Catharines, Ontario, L2S 0B2, Canada
If there is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.
If you are in need of speaking to someone directly and are feeling in distress, please contact COAST or Niagara Distress Centre at: 1-866-550-5205