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Covid-19 Office Protocol For In-Person Sessions 


These have been challenging times for all of us and we are looking forward to a gradual return to work and seeing all of you in person as soon as we can. While Telehealth Services continue to be the recommended choice for therapy sessions, we are now able to offer In-Person contact for some clients. Feel free to discuss these options with your psychologist to determine the best fit. In order to accomplish in-person sessions in the safest way possible, we have laid out some guidelines to follow based on recommendations from our Psychology Regulatory Body (NSBEP) in consultation with the Department of Health.


1. Any clients who have symptoms of COVID-19 are asked to reschedule their appointment. We will ask clients screening questions upon arrival to ensure everyone’s safety.


2. Clients are informed that their name will be recorded and may need to be disclosed for the purpose of Covid-19 contact tracing.


2. We will continue to practice the recommended Department of Health social distancing practices of maintaining a space of 2 meters between people.


3. The office is regularly cleaned and sanitized. Commonly touched surfaces are disinfected between clients. Bathroom surfaces will be disinfected after each use (faucets, door knob, toilet seat, soap dispenser).


4. We encourage clients to sanitize their hands prior to entering the office. We also have touchless hand sanitizer in the office that you will be asked to use upon entry and when leaving. You can opt to wash your hands with disinfectant soap instead.


5. Clients are asked to wait in their vehicle until their scheduled appointment time. This will help avoid any congestion in the waiting room.


6. We kindly ask that you wear a mask when you enter the office. 


7. We ask that only one parent (and no siblings) attend the session with their child. Parents are asked to wait in their vehicles when not present in the session. This also helps with avoiding congestion in the waiting room.


8. We will continue to accept payment following the session in the form of E-Transfer. We have discontinued the use of our debit machines to help with congestion as our psychologists and their clients return to the office. You will receive your invoice/receipt via email following the session.



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Our Services


Accepting Referrals for Children and Teens up to Age 19

Assessment Services

Psychoeducational Assessment:

  • ADHD
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Processing Difficulties
  • Memory

Emotional & Behavioral Assessment:

  • Anxiety Disorders 
  • Mood Disorders (e.g., Depression)
  • Disruptive Behavioral Disorders
  • Adjustment Difficulties
  • Unresolved Trauma & Grief



Therapy Approach

Our clinicians are largely trained in Cognitive-Behavioural and Mindfulness-Based Approaches, however treatment is always tailored to fit the individual needs of the client and family. Our clinicians strive to provide a warm and supportive environment where children and families can feel safe to facilitate lasting change. 




Therapy Services

Common Reasons for Referral:

  • Anxiety (OCD, social anxiety, specific phobias, separation anxiety, post-traumatic stress, general worries, etc).
  • Mood Regulation Difficulties (depression, self-harm, aggression)
  • Behavioral Problems 
  • Adjustment Difficulties
  • Social or Interpersonal Challenges
  • Family Relational Problems
  • Sleep Difficulties



Chase - The Therapy Puppy

Please note that Dr. McConville has a Teacup Morkie (named Chase) that is present in her sessions. While this is considered to be a hypoallergenic breed, it could pose a problem to some allergy sufferers. If your child is allergic to dogs or fearful of dogs, one of the other child psychologists in the practice may be a better option.