Before You Begin
About Our Psychologists
The Redpath Centre is home to psychologists who provide services across a range of of ages–we have child psychologists, adolescent psychologists and adult psychologists. The catchment area for adult assessment includes Toronto, Peel, York and Durham regions only.
Who Should You Contact?
Our Psychologists and Psychometrist
Daniella Biondic, PhD, C.Psych.
Child and Adolescent Psychologist
Dr. Daniella Biondic
Dr. Daniella Biondic is a Registered Clinical Psychologist at The Redpath Centre. Over the past decade she has provided treatment to children and youth in schools, hospitals, and community-based settings. Dr. Biondic has been a highly requested speaker, providing professional development and training to educators in remote and underserved communities across Canada. She is passionate about supporting and collaborating with teachers to embrace neurodiversity in the classroom and transform schools into safe and supportive spaces for neurodiverse learners. Sessions with Dr. Biondic take an individualized, strengths-based approach and can incorporate elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness, and play therapy. Her work with children and parents also strives to build on family strengths during periods of heightened difficulties. Dr. Biondic offers support during these times using attachment-focused and trauma-informed strategies that help to rebuild stability and security in the client, caregiver, and the parent-child relationship.
Jacqueline Doherty Chin, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Child and Adolescent Psychologist
Dr. Jacqueline Doherty Chin
Dr. Doherty Chin is a Registered Child Psychologist at The Redpath Centre, where she conducts psychological and psycho-educational assessments of teens aged 12-18. She has expertise working with children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Learning and Intellectual Disabilities, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Dr. Doherty Chin is also a Consultant at Youthdale Treatment Centres, where she conducts specialized assessments of youth with complex histories and diagnostic issues. She has worked in a wide range of clinical settings including private practice, children’s mental health agencies, school boards, and hospital-based services assessing and treating a variety of mental health and developmental issues.
Casey Fulford, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Dr. Casey Fulford
Dr. Casey Fulford provides diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments for adults at The Redpath Centre. She has expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Attention-Deficit Disorder, and mental health concerns. She has worked in a wide range of clinical settings, including private practices, community-based mental health clinics, school boards, and hospital-based services. She also currently works in the Adult Services Division at Surrey Place Centre in Toronto.
Psychological/diagnostic assessment and psychoeducational assessments for adults. Individual intervention/treatment services for adults to address concerns related to stress management, anxiety, depression, executive functioning (e.g., organization, time-management, decision-making, problem-solving, paying attention), as well as post-diagnostic support.
Louisa Man, PhD
Psychologist (Supervised Practice)
Dr. Louisa Man
Dr. Louisa Man is a Psychologist under Supervised Practice at The Redpath Centre. She carries out diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments for adolescents and adults and provides therapeutic support to neurodiverse individuals with mental health concerns, interpersonal, and executive functioning challenges. Dr. Man is interested in the role of intersectional identities (e.g., neurodiversity, LGBTQ+, race and ethnicity), and is committed to ongoing cultural competency training while adopting a client-centred approach. Currently, she is a post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, focussing on how camouflaging impacts autistic individuals across gender (through a gender-inclusive lens) and clinician understanding of camouflaging.
Diagnostic assessment for autism and related conditions; and comprehensive assessment. Individual therapy (adults and transitional-aged youth 16+) for mental health (e.g., anxiety, depression, stress management), executive functioning (e.g., organizational skills, time management), interpersonal skills (e.g., navigating common work/school interactions, setting boundaries and self-advocacy to reduce camouflaging).
Maureen Mosleh, M.A.
Vicki Nolan, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Adult Psychologist and Psychology Lead
Dr. Vicki Nolan
Dr. Vicki Nolan is a Clinical Psychologist and Psychology Lead at The Redpath Centre where she provides diagnostic and psychoeducational assessments for adults. She has expertise with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), Intellectual and Learning Disabilities, and mental health concerns. Dr. Nolan is also a Psychologist in the Child Development Program and Director of Clinical Training for the Psychology Predoctoral Internship program at Holland Bloorview. There, she provides diagnostic assessments and treatment to children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders. Dr. Nolan is an Adjunct Clinical Supervisor at York University and was previously a Staff Psychologist at Kerry’s Place Autism Services.
Psychological and diagnostic assessment.
Thomas Rhee, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Dr. Thomas Rhee
Dr. Rhee is a Registered Child Psychologist at The Redpath Centre. He provides assessment to young children suspected of having ASD and other neuro-developmental conditions, and individual therapy to school-aged children. He has expertise in the assessment of ASD, Intellectual Disability, Learning Disabilities, and ADHD. His clinical interests include the treatment of anxiety disorders using a modified cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach with higher-functioning children and youth with ASD.
Assessment services for pre-school and school-aged children for the following concerns: Autism Spectrum Disorders (including Asperger Syndrome)Intellectual Disabilities / Developmental Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Giftedness; Behaviour and Social/Emotional Disturbances.