The Redpath Centre

The Redpath Centre is a private mental health organization specializing in ASD and other neurodevelopmental conditions across the lifespan. In addition to providing a range of clinical services, we carry out research, educate stakeholders, and advocate for systems change.

Values: (i) neurodiversity and inclusion (ii) provision of ethical, practical and effective supports; (iii) research that will make a difference to the lives of our clients; (iv) environmental assessment and accommodations to improve performance; and (v) interdisciplinary collaboration across service sectors.

Adult Psychological Assessments: We are unable to accept clients for this service in Toronto this summer; however, we are now accepting new clients for assessments in October 2020.

COVID-19 Response: It has never been more important for the neurodiverse community to access specialized and timely supports and services. The Redpath Centre is committed to providing services during the COVID-19 pandemic and is accepting new and returning clients. The Toronto office is open as of June 1st for those who want to meet in person. We are also continuing to use phone or secure video technology for our clients who prefer this. Please talk about your preference for your appointment with your clinician.

Service Inquiries: You are welcome to contact clinicians directly at any time. If you are not sure who is right for you, please call us at (416) 920-4999 and select option 3 for Counselling and Coaching Inquiries, or option 4 for Psychological or Diagnostic Assessments. Alternatively, complete our online inquiry form for either Coaching and Counselling or Psychological Assessments. Many clinicians work part-time and will reply to your call or email as soon as possible. We have no waiting lists for counselling, coaching and psychological assessment (under 19 only).

Clinical Affiliates: These trusted clinicians have their individual practices in Ontario and BC and are affiliated with The Redpath Centre, because of their expertise in ASD and neurodevelopmental conditions: Dr. Karen Baker (Owen Sound), Heather Fawcett (Ottawa), Kim Cross (Aurora) Rae Morris (Vancouver, BC) Dale Munro and Daniel Dufraimont (London), Patricia O’Connor (Barrie)Dr. Sheryl Prowse (Brantford), Sylvia Sikakane (Markham) Sarah Southey (Mississauga), and Dr. Rebecca Ward (St. Catharines). Please contact them directly.

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