Dr. Berman (Ph.D., C.Psych.) sees children and youth for therapy. He often connects with his clients through activities like walking (with or without the dog) or playing basketball. Jared likes hoodies and spicy foods. He's a proud daddy to one two-legged human and one four-legged pup.
Dr. D'Souza (M.D.) has been a practicing pediatrician since 1995. He strongly believes that medicine is not a stand-alone profession and that you best help children by coordinating the best practitioners. He's a loving husband and father (to both humans and dogs) and an avid foodie. He thinks he looks nice in pink.
Tina is the heart and soul of the LPC. She takes care of both the staff and patients at the office and nothing runs well without her. She is the keeper of schedules, treats, and sanity. Tina loves her family, a nice vacation, and good coffee. Children are remined to ask Tina for "Magic Money" or a lollipop after their visit.
Laurie Francis is an occupational therapist who provides assessment, intervention, and psychotherapy to children and youth.
Dr. Goldberg (Ph.D., C.Psych.), also known as "Dr. G," sees children and youth for assessment and parents for consultation. She is a wife, mom, and happy crafter in her spare time. She likes being where kids are. She tolerates the dogs.
Jill Graham is a speech-language pathologist who sees children of all ages for therapy and assessment.
Lynne Donahue is a social worker
Paige Walker (M.A.) provides psychometry services while she works to complete her doctorate at Western University. Paige works under supervision at this time, but we look forward to when Paige is able to join LPC as an independent practitioner. Paige is a proud dog mom, Costco enthusiast, and foodie.
Jane Mackley (CRPO) provides psychotherapy to child and adolescent clients on a part-time basis. She is an avid golfer and shoe collector.
Suga (Berman), Coco and new pup Remy (D'Souza) are regular presences at LPC. They provide therapeutic company, walking support, and a general sense of happiness around the office. They enjoy all the people and the crumbs they leave behind. They are happy to play with you, but can also be safely elsewhere if needed.