We serve clients from school age through adulthood.

There are many facets to our practice. We specialize and have developed expertise in assessment, consultation, counseling, advocating for students, and supporting social/emotional and behavioural needs.

We work closely with school staff and other professionals in order to support the needs of the client.

Individual and group sessions are available.

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Pam Foreht: Pam is a Psychologist, registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario, who has been in practice for over 30 years. Throughout her career she has developed an expertise in the area of school psychology. She is familiar with and utilizes a wide variety of assessment tools as well as observation, and direct interviews in order to gather information with the goal of gaining an extensive and accurate understanding of her clients in order to address and answer their questions and concerns. She creates realistic and effective treatment plans and interventions that assist the individual in reaching his or her potential.

It is her belief that each client must eventually be his or her own advocate in the pursuit of life goals. It is Pam’s objective to provide people with the skills and knowledge to empower them to ultimately act with confidence and competence on their own behalf.

The relationship that Pam develops with her clients is very important. Not only does it allow her to obtain all the pertinent information necessary to create an effective treatment plan, but it also permits her to make that plan a viable and meaningful one.

In addition to operating a private practice, Pam has worked for the Peel District School Board, Toronto District School Board, University of Toronto, Jewish Vocational Services, Surrey Place Centre, and Vocational Rehabilitation Services.


Garry Campbell: Garry is a skilled and respected therapist with over thirty years of clinical practice. He offers individual, couple and family counseling expertise with a focus on cognitive behaviour therapy. He also specializes in interventions for clients who have experienced traumatic life events. Garry’s clients range in ages from children to late adulthood. His belief is that each client possesses strengths that can be utilized to foster skill development in addressing challenging situations and emotions. Garry is actively engaged with his clients and assist them by utilizing pragmatic and solution focused interventions. He believes in identifying the issues and purposefully planning how to move forward to create a more meaningful and fulfilling life.

In addition to maintaining a longstanding and active private practice, Garry’s training and expertise has developed through counseling, behavioural assessment, mental health assessment and treatment, consultation/coaching practices, community agency partnering as well as professional development delivery and training. He worked as the Co-ordinator of Behavioural Programs at one of the largest public school boards in Canada (Peel District School Board) and has also worked for York University, Thistletown Regional Centre, Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital & North Bay Psychiatric Hospital. In addition, he has provided extensive training/workshops to educators, parents and therapists, primarily in Ontario as well as across Canada and the United States.


Nicole H. Price-Thomas: Nicole H. Price-Thomas, M.A., C. Psych., is a registered Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario, in the area of school psychology. Nicole completed her graduate studies in Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University in 2007. Nicole worked for two years as an Assessment Consultant for Pearson Assessment/PsychCorp, where she provided consultation to clinicians on assessment products and interpretation. Since 2009, Nicole has worked as a Psychoeducational Consultant for the Peel District School Board, working with children and adolescents. Nicole conducts depth psychoeducational assessments investigating areas such as learning ability (e.g., learning disabilities and giftedness), academic achievement, memory, executive functioning, autism spectrum disorders, behavior and socio-emotional functioning. Nicole has been a consultant at Directions Assessment and Consultation Services since 2008, on a part-time basis. Nicole uses her engaging personality and passion for school psychology, to support the academic, social and emotional needs of children and adolescents, and to collaborate with parents, school staff, and other clinicians so that each client meets their potential.

jodi-rotman Jodi Rotman:  Jodi received her Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario. She also completed her undergraduate degree at Western, receiving a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and Criminology. Jodi has been working with children and youth of all ages for many years through all of her volunteer and employment experiences.  In addition, Jodi has shadowed children with autism and has worked in many settings with children, both with and without special education needs. Jodi enjoys tutoring children of all ages, working with them  on a one-to-one  basis and watching them excel. She is currently enrolled at OISE/the University of Toronto, studying to complete her Masters of Education in Developmental Psychology and Education.


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