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- Ashley Major
- Carmelinda Longo
- Jeffrey R. del Rosario
- Jessica Rivest
- Linda Iwenofu
- Meredith A. M. Gillespie
- Michelle Fardella
- Susan L. Lambert
- SWSocial Work
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Ph.D., C. Psych (Supervised Practice)
Psychologist (Supervised Practice)
Linda Iwenofu, Ph.D., C. Psych (Supervised Practice) has expertise in the assessment and treatment of children, youth and their families. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Biology from York University, as well as a Master of Arts and Doctorate degree in School and Clinical Child Psychology from OISE/University of Toronto. Dr. Iwenofu has experience providing psychological services in diverse settings including the Toronto District School Board, Pikangikum Education Authority (Northern Ontario), the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), the OISE Psychology Clinic and the SickKids Center for Community Mental Health. Dr. Iwenofu has significant research and clinical background working with underserved populations. In her doctoral research, she explored the myriad of systemic factors that impact academic achievement of immigrant, ethnic and language minority youth. She has published several articles in peer reviewed journals and has presented at professional conferences. After many years of training, Dr. Iwenofu is currently in the process of registering with the College of Psychologists of Ontario as a Psychologist (Supervised Practice). She works under the direct supervision of Dr. Susan Lambert, C.Psych., program leader in Psychology and Social Work.
Dr. Iwenofu is competent in the assessment and treatment of preschool and school-aged children, youth and families facing a wide range of difficulties such as difficulty regulating emotions and behavior, learning problems, attentional difficulties, anxiety, mood problems, trauma, gender identity and parent-child conflict. Dr. Iwenofu takes an integrative approach to treatment that is primarily relational and psychodynamic; she also draws from cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused and emotion-focused approaches as well as behavior management and mindfulness techniques. Dr. Iwenofu utilizes a warm and caring approach to get to know the individualized needs of each client, then works together with clients to generate a personalized treatment plan.