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Dr. Janice Kurita, Counselling and School Psychologist

I am a School and Counselling Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario to work with children and adolescents. I received my Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto and my MA in Educational Psychology from Western University. I completed my Ph.D. in School Psychology under a full university and national scholarship at the University of Alberta. My training and employment have provided me with experiences working with students in school boards in Edmonton, Northern and Southwestern Ontario. I worked for over 24 years with the Thames Valley District School Board initially as a Psychometrist, then as a Psychologist and more recently as Co-Manager of the Psychology Department.

I served as an Assistant Professor at Western University teaching graduate level courses in assessment for over 12 years. My association with the university has provided me with the opportunity to supervise numerous graduate students who have gone on to careers in Counselling and School Psychology. I have supervised colleagues for their registration within the province as Psychologists and Psychological Associates. Further, I have been a peer assessor for the College of Psychologists of Ontario multiple times.

Through assessment and counselling I strive to support students and their families to deal with many different factors that can affect their ability to be academically successful. This may include investigating learning issues, social/emotional concerns and behavioural difficulties. Throughout my career, my focus and passion have always been on helping students achieve their maximum potential in school.

Dr. Kristin Anglin-Bodrug, Counselling and School Psychologist

In 2005 I received my Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Western Ontario. I am registered as a School and Counselling Psychologist and have been working as a Psychologist at the Thames Valley District School Board since 2006. My interests include helping students develop skills needed to be successful in school by identifying their  

learning strengths and needs, providing tools to develop executive functioning skills, and helping them learn how to self-advocate their needs in a school setting. I have assessed students presenting with learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, ADHD, autistic behaviours, and other behavioural concerns. I have also supervised graduate students in their assessment training. I complete psychoeducational assessments for children and adolescents in Dr. Kurita’s practice.

 

 

Dr. Mary Katherine (Katie) Hillman, School Psychologist

I graduated in 2011 with a PsyD. in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I’ve spent the past decade working within the education system in Ontario as a School Psychologist. I currently work at the Thames Valley District School Board and conduct psychoeducational assessments as an associate of Dr. Kurita on weekends. My experience includes working with youth presenting with learning disabilities, ADHD, developmental disabilities, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder and social emotional challenges. The best part of my work is getting to connect with students and their families to share the tools and knowledge they need about how they learn best in order to meet their full potential. 

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