June 24, 2021
The Mary J. Wright Child and Youth Development Clinic has continued to adjust to COVID-19 protocols and have slowly resumed in-person appointments with safety precautions in place. Whenever possible, we are offering virtual appointments to maximize our ability to connect with families.
At this time, we are no longer accepting referrals for Psychoeducational assessments and specific assessment inquiries for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
We are still offering intervention and counselling services, however, and accepting referrals for this type of support. In the fall, we are planning to offer a range of workshops to parents and caregivers. Please continue to check the website for updates going forward. We appreciate your understanding.
Situated in the heart of the community, Western' s Mary J. Wright Child and Youth Development Clinic has one goal: Setting children and families up for success. We do this by supporting practice and research in real world settings with clients from the community and from Merrymount.
Graduate students in the School and Applied Child Psychology program at Western University, under the supervision of licensed Child Psychologists, provide high-quality and affordable psychological consultation, assessment, and treatment services to children and youth from three to 18 years of age.
Client Care Statement
We are committed to providing service to our children, youth and families that is guided by our strong beliefs in:
- Inclusive and collaborative practice
- A strength-based orientation
- A safe and supportive process
- Service that is interdisciplinary, comprehensive, and integrated
- Service that is personalized to each child and family
- Service that is grounded in evidence-based research
- The pursuit of excellence in service, teaching and supervision, innovation, and research