Sean Robb, MA, RP, (Cert) OACCPP


BA (Honours) - Psychology, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON

MA - Psychology - Behavioural Neuroscience, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON

Ph.D. (4th year in progress) - Psychology/Neuropsychology, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON

Clinical Internships:

Psychiatry - Dr. Thoppil Abraham: 2009-2013

Psychiatry - Dr. Edgardo Perez: 2013 - Present

Neuropsychology - Dr. Dawn Good: 2012 - Present

Clinical Focus

Sean is interested in utilizing the principles of neuropsychology and neurorehabilitation to inform psychotherapy approaches to assist individuals living with neurological challenge (e.g., stroke, dementia, brain injury). Often following these disruptions, people experience significant difficulties with their mental health (e.g., depression, anxiety, PTSD) and cognitive capacity (difficulties with attention, memory, visuospatial problems, etc.). There is a large body of research to draw upon to help people with these difficulties; however, most clinicians do not focus in this area, and if they do, they serve predominately the private sector. As a result, long-term utilization of these services is not affordable.

It's personal

"I have a family member who is a survivor of a significant and devastating stroke, resulting in catastrophic changes to her cognitive abilities. In a single day, her (and my family's) life was changed forever. She could no longer work and slowly all her friends drifted away. While she received wonderful care immediately following the stroke, we, as a family, were unable to get her access to long-term neurorehabilitation services which could have greatly improved the quality of her life. Kaleigh and I hope that this clinic will be a preliminary lifting point for addressing some of these needs."