PhD, CPsych, ABPP
ROBYN WESTMACOTT, PhD, C.Psych, ABPP
Dr. Robyn Westmacott is a licensed psychologist (Certificate of Registration #3968) in the province on Ontario. She was granted license for autonomous practice in 2003 and her area of expertise is clinical neuropsychology with children, adolescents, adults and seniors. After completing her PhD in Psychology at the University of Toronto in 2003, Dr. Westmacott completed a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at Toronto Western Hospital, where she worked with adults and seniors with a variety of neurological, neurosurgical and medical conditions. She also completed additional post-doctoral training in the Tourette’s Neurodevelopmental Clinic at Toronto Western Hospital and the Epilepsy Surgery program at The Hospital for Sick Children. Since 2005, Dr. Westmacott has been a staff neuropsychologist within the Division of Neurology at The Hospital for Sick Children, where she works primarily with children who have a history of stroke and other cerebrovascular conditions. In addition to clinical work, Dr. Westmacott is heavily involved in teaching, supervision and mentorship of trainees, as well as clinical research. She is currently appointed as an associate professor in Pediatrics within the Faculty Medicine at The University of Toronto, and she is an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate Psychology Program at York University. Dr. Westmacott has published many peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters in the field of pediatric neuropsychology. In 2011, Dr. Westmacott became certified in Clinical Neuropsychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology and she continues to be an active member of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology and the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Member Since: November 6, 2018
864 Palmerston Ave.
Canada M6G 2S2
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Disability Assessments: Neuropsychological; Clinical
Age Groups: Adolescents; Elderly; Children; Adults
Referral Sources: Rehab Personnel; Assessment Agencies; Lawyers; Physicians
Types of Intervention: Cognitive
Types of condition: Cognitive Impairment
Age Groups: Adults; Elderly; Children; Adolescents
Referral Sources: Physicians