Dot is a registered psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO). She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and a Master of Arts from the University of Delaware . Dot has been working in school systems with children and youth facing challenges for roughly 30 years. Whether it be learning struggles, concerns with social/emotional and/or behavioural functioning, or some other challenge, Dot is passionate about helping bring about growth and development of skills. Taking a client-centered, strengths-based approach, Dot also helps young people and the adults in their lives become more aware of and value individual assets, talents, and other quality personal characteristics.
Dot has worked with the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Department of Youth Activities’ Catholic Youth Organization, provided leadership training to youth, developed in-school “study buddies” and mentor programs all in the name of helping to cultivate strengths and develop areas of weakness. Dot is also a trainer for ASIST, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training.
Services offered: Assessment, Intervention Planning, ASIST Training
Areas of concerns may include, but not limited to differences in learning...