|Social Media||Website: www.dpcdsb.org/cec/programs/special+education/support+services/psy/|
|Office Phone||905-890-0708 ext 24330|
|Toll Free Phone||1-800-387-9501|
|Address||Catholic Education Centre|
40 Matheson Blvd W
Mississauga, ON L5R 1C5
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|Located In Community||Mississauga|
|Intersection||Matheson Blvd & Hurontario St (Hwy 10)|
|Transit Information||Mississauga Transit Route 19, Route 27 (in peak rush hours) & Route 70Mississauga Transit 905-615-4636 * www.mississauga.ca/portal/residents/publictransit|
|Description||Services provided include: |
*Assessment of academic, intellectual, social, and emotional development
*Consultation with teachers, parents, and families about learning, social and behavioral problems.
*Diagnosing of various intellectual, perceptual, learning, behavioral, developmental, emotional, or personality disorders.
*Counselling individual students or groups of students with personal or family issues (such as family separation, loss of a family member, or behavioral problems)
*Assessment as to whether a child or adolescent qualifies for special education programs.
*Training in study skills.
*Helping students to develop social skills or academic motivation.
*Providing peer support groups for gifted students.
*Offering in-service programs for educators, other board personnel, and parents.
*Providing referrals to community resources and liaising as necessary.
School psychology staff members are listed on Board's web-site.
|Services offered include:||Services provided are as follows: |
Assess academic, intellectual, social, and emotional development. Consult with teachers, parents, and families about learning, social and behavioral problems.
Diagnose various intellectual, perceptual, learning, behavioral, developmental, emotional, or personality disorders. Counsel individual students or groups of students with personal or family issues such as family separation, loss of a family member, or behavioral problems. Assess whether a child or adolescent qualifies for special education programs. Train in study skills. Help students to develop social skills or academic motivation.
Provide peer support groups for the gifted students. Offer inservice programs for educators, other board personnel, and parents. Provide referrals to community resources and liase as necessary.
You can also find your school's psychology staff member on the web-site.
|Hours||Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm|
|Areas Served||Dufferin County ; Orangeville ; Peel Region ; Shelburne|
|Eligibility||Ages: 4 year(s) - 18 year(s) |
or attending a school in the Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board area
|Application||Self referral, or referral by parents, teachers, school administrators or physicians; |
Services accessible only through schools within Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board's jurisdiction
|Primary Contact||Debra Lean, Chief Psychologist|
|Service Level||(20) Regional Government|
|CDRCP_CSI_HEADINGS||Special Needs Resources|
|Subjects||Assessments ; Attention deficit disorder ; Behavioural disorders ; Children ; Counselling ; Developmental disabilities ; Educational assessments ; Group therapy ; Information and referral ; Learning disabilities ; Mental disorders ; Mental health ; Mental health services ; Psychologists|
|Broader Terms||Age groups ; Assessments ; Behavioural disorders ; Disabilities ; Disorders ; Health ; Health service professionals ; Learning disabilities ; Mental health ; Mental health services ; Psychotherapy|