Dr. Anthony Hopley, Ph.D., C. Psych. is a clinical, forensic and rehabilitation psychologist as designated by the College of Psychologists of Ontario (Certificate No. 5819). He is currently a candidate for membership in the Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment. Dr. Hopley’s doctoral degree is in Clinical Psychology from the University of New Brunswick.
Dr. Hopley currently provides assessments, diagnosis, and treatment of federally incarcerated offenders, in addition to making recommendations for offender management to the Parole Board of Canada – all in order to facilitate societal reintegration. Dr. Hopley also sits on the Discipline Committee for the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Dr. Hopley is a consultant for Kaplan and Levitt Psychologists, a psychology clinic and assessment centre. Dr. Hopley performs disability assessments for personal injury claims and carries out catastrophic impairment determination assessments. Finally, Dr. Hopley is a senior consultant to the Homewood Health Return to Work Services Team, providing reviews of psychological reports and medical files for case managers, aimed at identifying factors influencing recovery and absence, and the barriers to safe returns to work following mental health issues.
Dr. Hopley is a clinical supervisor for the doctoral level clinical and forensic internship program accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association with Correctional Services Canada. Additionally, he is a clinical supervisor through Queen’s University for masters and doctoral level practicum placement students receiving clinical and forensic psychology training. Dr. Hopley is a reviewer for the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse (CRISM) jointly funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Institute of Neurosciences, Mental Health, and Addiction (INMHA) to review grant applications from the Quebec and Maritimes node.
Dr. Hopley provided psychological treatment at Kaplan and Levitt Psychologists with a focus on rehabilitation and aiding patients to resume pre-accident levels of functioning after motor vehicle accidents and WSIB injuries. Dr. Hopley has also gained experience with the military, completing fitness for duty assessments and trauma-focused therapy to aid patients in resuming work and functioning. Finally, Dr. Hopley completed his internship at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health on two rotations, firstly, in the Sexual Behaviours Clinic diagnosing and treating paraphilia. Secondly, in the Psychological Trauma Program providing assessment and treatment following workplace injuries to facilitate the return to work process and aid patients in returning to pre-accident functioning.
Member Since: March 13, 2015
Disability Assessments: Clinical
Age Groups: Adults
Referral Sources: Lawyers; Physicians; Insurers; Self
Types of Intervention: Cognitive; Behavioural
Types of condition: Anger; Anxiety Disorders; Chronic Pain; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Behavioural Disorders; Adjustment Disorders; Mood Disorders
Age Groups: Adults
Referral Sources: Physicians; Lawyers; Insurers