Area of Practice: Clinical & Rehabilitation Psychology
Dr. Frank obtained his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Windsor in 2004. Dr. Frank’s training and experience to date includes work in psychological trauma, the treatment of chronic pain, the assessment of disability, and rehabilitation following injuries. Dr. Frank has conducted research on the use of the Personality Assessment Inventory for the psychological assessment of claimants who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents and has co-authored a book chapter with newly developed norms for this population in 2010. Dr. Frank currently serves as President of CAPDA and is involved in the development of the CAPDA Diplomate program. He has performed hundreds of psychological disability assessments both at the request of plaintiff and defense, largely for individuals who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents (including Post-104 disability, assessment of treatment necessity, Catastrophic determination, and other specified benefits), for individuals with WSIB claims, and for individuals in other personal injury contexts (e.g., slip and fall, medical malpractice suits). He also provides psychotherapy (with a rehabilitation focus) to automobile accident victims and victims of work-related injuries. Dr. Frank also maintains an active private psychotherapy practice where he sees individuals with a range of psychological difficulties and couples with marital problems.