Practitioners

16_Tammy_Laber_portraitTammy Laber, MACP, Registered Psychotherapist. I’m a member of the new College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. My fee is $200 an hour and insurance arrangements can be made. Primarily I am most-highly experienced at treating Relationship Difficulties, Depression, Anxiety, Self-Esteem Issues, Substance Abuse Issues, Eating Disorders, and Career Issues. I also have a great deal of experience in couples counselling. I’m is comfortable accepting couples and individual adults of all types. My availability at the Beaches location is on Monday afternoons and Friday mornings, as well as other times by special arrangement. Licensed to practice independently as a psychotherapist, I also have a business background which has given me an extra appreciation of career challenges and success strategies. Currently Tammy I am the only therapist at PG providing couples therapy.

18_Ken_McCallion_Fall_2014Ken McCallion, Registered, MA, CPsych Assoc. I practice both Clinical Psychology and School Psychology with children, adolescents and adults (ages 5 through 65) both as diagnostician and psychological therapist. My rate is 200.0 per hour which includes most professional services outside that hour. My comprehensive University of Toronto training did not end with graduation. It is ongoing, to make sure we can continue to understand, in new ways, just about any psychological challenge you face–whether it’s in the DSM-5 or not. After many years in public school boards and children’s mental health (and even before that, youth corrections and adult secure treatment) I am now in private practice. Coordinating your psychological, medical, educational and other services for maximum benefit is key. I take a big-picture, total problem-solving approach to supporting you at relating, growing, living and learning. [Here is a partial list of specific concerns addressed, which is by no means exhaustive: PTSD, educational accommodations, ADHD, Asperger disorder, assistive technologies, extra time on exams, giftedness, gifted-learning-disabled, tutoring, language disorders, learning disabilities, student mental health, psychoeducational assessment, special education, special needs, summer assessment, anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, intellectual disability, school behaviour, separation anxiety, attachment, and school avoidance.