Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology
Robert is a clinical psychology practicum student, working under the supervision of Dr. Ken Kwan. He is in the process of completing his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Toronto Scarborough. There, he is pursuing training in clinical practices and research aimed at analyzing the contributions of cognition to real-world functioning for individuals dealing with severe mental illnesses.
He has trained and practiced at the UTSC Health and Wellness Centre, the Sunnybrook Frederick Thompson Residential Program for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton’s Clinical Neuropsychology Services. His training experiences encompass a variety of settings including hospitals, school mental health clinics, and private practices which allow him to provide modern evidence-based services to adults and young adults.
Rob offers psychological assessment and treatment for clients with a range of complex issues, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, interpersonal issues, and other difficulties. Rob aims to tailor his services to the needs of the client while employing an array of strategies drawn from the Cognitive-Behavioural, Acceptance and Commitment, and Mindfulness modalities.