Psychologists

Dr. Glen Davies, R. Psych.

Director of ABLE Developmental Clinic, Inc. 

Dr. Glen Davies is a Registered Psychologist and Director of ABLE Developmental Clinic.  Specializing in clinical child psychology, he provides assessment, counselling and consulting services for a broad range of child, youth, and family difficulties. To read more click here.

Jessica Moore, MA (On Maternity Leave)

Jessica completed her Master of Arts at UBC and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Behavior Science from McGill. Trained in School Psychology,  she specializes in assessment, intervention and program planning for children and adolescents experiencing learning, attention and behavioural difficulties.

Dr. Claire Winson-Jones, R. Psych.

Claire Winson-Jones is a registered psychologist who specializes in the assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, young adults and their families.  Her focus is on the rights of clients and families and their needs to take a strength-based approach to treatment.  Psychological assessments focus on the integration of personality, cognitive abilities, and vocational interests allowing young adults to achieve their education and career aspirations.  The diagnostic assessment also includes autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and specific learning disorders. Claire has worked with diverse populations including individuals diagnosed with Gender Dysphoria, individuals with a history of trauma, and individuals with high-risk behaviours.  Her focus includes treatment for a variety of psychological conditions including anxiety, depression, intellectual disabilities, ASD  and a variety of behavioural disorders.  Intervention approaches are informed by both the evidence-based literature and the client’s personal characteristics to include relational therapies, cognitive behavioural therapies, mindfulness and social skill development.

Dr. Pablee Wong

Information coming soon

Dr. Sandy Dhani-Sall

Dr. Sandy Dhani-Sall is registered with the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors and holds a PhD in general psychology with a focus in childhood attachment, Master’s in Counselling Psychology, Bachelor of Education and a Bachelor of Arts degree.  At ABLE she provides evidence-based assessment and counseling for a variety of developmental, learning, behavioural, and emotional difficulties.  She has worked within the school system for over 10 years both as a teacher and as a counsellor. In the school system her focus has been supporting children with anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, executive functioning difficulties and learning disorders while using methods such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Attachment Theory, Play Therapy, and Sand Play Therapy. Further, she facilitated a Social Emotional Program for children from preschool to grade four; within this program she was able to teach children about mindfulness, conflict resolution, self-esteem and various social skills. She is in the process of registering with the College of Psychologists of BC  and is currently supervised by Dr. Glen Davies.

Dr. Raazhan Rae-Seebach, R. Psych

Dr. Rae-Seebach is a Registered Psychologist specialized in clinical child psychology, neuropsychological assessment, and expressive play based therapy. Dr. Rae-Seebach provides assessment, treatment, and program planning for children and youth ages 3 to 19 years. Dr. Rae-Seebach is also a staff member at BC Children’s Hospital where she provides outpatient psychological services for children and youth with medically related psychological, mood, anxiety, and pain based difficulties. She has also lived and worked in Shanghai, Hong Kong and eastern Canada providing assessment and therapy for English speaking children, youth and their families.  At ABLE, Dr. Rae-Seebach's assessment services include comprehensive psychological, psycho-educational, neuropsychological, neuro-motor, and social-emotional evaluation for toddlers, children and teens experiencing developmental, learning, behavioural, and social-emotional challenges. Areas of focus include autism spectrum disorders, specific learning disabilities, gifted spectrum, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, intellectual disabilities, executive functioning, complex genetic, neuro-motor and medical syndromes, and mood and anxiety disorders. An emphasis on personal strengths and areas of weakness that help to inform intervention, treatment, program planning and development of individual potential forms an integral part of all evaluations. Dr. Rae-Seebach also provides consultation and support services for children and youth with issues associated with ASD, ADHD, and learning challenges. Consultation, coaching, and education with parents and siblings of children and youth presenting with assessment and therapy needs are an essential part of all services.

Dr. Krista Johnston

Dr. Krista Johnston completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology with a Developmental Specialization at Simon Fraser University. She completed her residency at BC Children’s Hospital, where she also conducted her doctoral research examining a group-based treatment for children with autism and anxiety. She also completed a one-year psychology fellowship within the Division of Neurology where she provided specialized assessment and consultation services for young people diagnosed with epilepsy. In addition to being an associate at ABLE, Dr. Johnston continues to work part-time at BC Children’s Hospital within the Department of Psychology. Dr. Johnston works with children, adolescents, young adults, and families providing evidence-based assessment and treatment within a strengths-based, developmental framework. Although her primary therapeutic approach is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), she has a strong behavioural background, and also integrates aspects of family-systems and attachment-based approaches. She has experience working with a wide variety of mental health challenges including anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, as well as social, attentional, emotional, learning, and behavioural challenges. In addition, Dr. Johnston has 18 years of experience working with people with autism spectrum disorder and their families. She is passionate about working collaboratively with clients to improve quality of life, meet personal goals, promote mental health and well-being, as well as proactively manage challenging behaviours. Dr. Johnston is in the process of registering with the BC College of Psychologists and is currently supervised by Dr. Glen Davies and Dr. Kristen McFee.

Dr. Ellen Ivity

Information coming soon

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