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Welcome to Northern Elm
Northern Elm Assessment and Treatment offers assessments and individual, couples, and family therapy to folks residing anywhere in Ontario.
Northern Elm Assessment & Treatment
What Do We Do?
We specialize in neurodivergent learning styles, such as ADHD, ASD, Learning Disabilities, and Intellectual Disabilities, as well as identity exploration, anxiety, depression, and trauma related disorders.
We Are Ready to Help
Our aim is to provide you with the space to feel accepted and understood in order to lead a life where you can live as your authentic self. During your time with us, you can expect to work with a team who operates from a trauma-informed and anti-oppressive lens. You are welcome and valued at Northern Elm Assessment and Treatment.
Consultation & Supervision
Meet The Team
Co-Founder, Clinical Director, and
Lynn is a clinical and counselling psychological associate who specializes in providing therapy and assessment services to children, adolescents, and adults. She is a registered member with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) and the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA).
Co-Founder and Psychological Associate
Authorized for Supervised Practice
Jordan is a school psychological associate authorized for supervised practice who specializes in providing assessment services to children, adolescents, and adults. He is a registered member with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO) and the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA).
Suweetha completed her Master of Psychology degree at Adler Graduate Professional School in addition to a certificate in psychological assessment. Prior, she attended the University of Toronto, where she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Science degree, with a Specialist in Psychology. She has experience providing therapy and assessments to folks of all ages experiencing emotional, behavioural, and learning differences.
Caroline is a Registered Social Worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW). She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Windsor, and an Honors Bachelor Degree in Psychology and Childhood Studies from Western University. She also completed a post-graduate program in Psychosocial Rehabilitation in Mental Health. Her prior work experiences have allowed her to work in both hospital and school settings.
Atifa utilizes a multi-disciplinary approach to care and believes in incorporating equity, diversity, and inclusion as driving factors in supporting her clients. Her services are further rooted in a trauma-informed and strength-based framework. Atifa hopes that her professional and lived experience can assist others in their journey to holistic self-care and authenticity. She has experience in providing therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and adults experiencing neurodivergent learning styles, behavioural differences, anxiety, depression, and trauma.
Tanja Thani is a registered social worker who completed her Master of Social Work degree at Wilfrid Laurier University and her Honours Bachelor of Science degree at University of Toronto with a Specialist in Mental Health and a Major in English. Tanja uses she/her pronouns and identifies as a brown cis woman whose Tamil parents came to Canada as refugees from Sri Lanka. She is passionate about learning and traveling. During her undergraduate degree she explored subjects like biology, chemistry, mathematics, Latin, sociology, psychology, religion, and English. She has worked with clients regarding suicide ideation, self-harm, addiction, traumatic grief such as suicide and homicide loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, divorce, parenting, ADHD, violence against women, oppression/racism/prejudice, relationship, family, and identity issues.
Office and Treatment Coordinator
Brianne is the Office and Treatment Coordinator at Northern Elm. Within her role at the clinic, she oversees the office operations, manages clinical calendars, coordinates all aspects of therapy and coaching services, and supports clients throughout their mental health journey by being one of the first points of contact, as well as assisting clients in connecting with our clinical team.
Megan is the Assessment Coordinator at Northern Elm. Within her role, she is responsible for providing administrative assistance and assessment coordination with sensitivity and confidentiality.