Neuropsychology Ottawa

Dr. Gagnon is a bilingual clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist who has been practicing since 1995. She received extensive training in clinical psychology, neuropsychology, neurology and psychiatry and in evidence-based treatments.

Referral sources for neuropsychological assessments are self, medical doctors (family physicians, neurologists and psychiatrists), colleague psychologists, insurance companies, lawyers, the Canadian Forces, Veterans Affairs and Independent Medical Evaluations (IMEs).

Dr. Gagnon has been focusing on assessments and treatment within the Ottawa area since 1995. She is a clinical neuropsychologist and psychologist registered for independent practice in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology with the Colleges of Psychologists of Ontario and Québec (CPO-2719; OPQ-06315-91).

She is a Senior Analyst and Diplomate with the American Board of Disability Analysts, as well as a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Professionals and the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners. Dr. Gagnon is certified for the AMA Guides, 4th and 6th editions and has successfully completed the CSME-CAPDA C-CAT (MB) and CMLE certifications for Ontario.

Neuropsychological and Psychological Assessments are provided for children, adolescents, adults and seniors.

Dr. Gagnon works with bilingual psychometrists who are involved with the administration of standardized tests.

Dr. Gagnon offers individual therapy in French and English. Her therapeutic orientation is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and she treats anxiety disorders, panic attacks and Obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD).

People who consult

Below are some examples of issues that we can help you with:

Psychoeducational assessment

  • My child is having trouble at school
  • Why can’t my child concentrate at school?
  • Why is my child smart but can’t read?
  • Why does my child have trouble communicating?
  • Is my child gifted?
  • Does my child have an above average memory?

Neuropsychological assessment

  • Why can’t I focus since my accident?
  • I have memory problems.
  • My concussion symptoms are getting worse, not better over time.
  • Why do I have trouble thinking since my concussion?

Psychological Treatment

  • I’m always worried
  • Why am I having trouble sleeping?
  • Am I having panic attacks?
  • I’m afraid of losing control.
  • I have repetitive thoughts
  • I have repetitive behaviours.
  • I’m depressed and overwhelmed.
  • I have lost interest in things I used to enjoy.