Mental Health Services for Seniors

Our Treatment Approach

Our seniors psychologists have advanced training in their fields and provide evidence-based psychological services that are informed by the latest research in the field of seniors’ mental health.

We provide treatment and diagnostic testing for issues commonly seen in seniors, including:

Counselling for Seniors

Burlington & St. Catharines

Our Clinicians Working with Seniors

Dr. Erica Tatham

Psychologist/Neuropsychologist (Supervised Practice) (Adults, Seniors) - Burlington

Dr. Narmeen Ammari

Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors) - Burlington & Online

Dr. Areeba Adnan

Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors) - Online

Sheryl Johns, M.Ed.

Registered Psychotherapist (Teens, Adults, Seniors) - St. Catharines & Online

Reza Rejahiyan, MACP

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) (Adults) - St. Catharines & Onlines

Michele Vernet, MSW, RSW

Social Worker, Psychotherapist (Adults, Seniors) - Burlington & Online

Stephanie Perrotta, MACP

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) (Adults) - Burlington & Online

Carolyn Golden, MSW, RSW

Social Worker, Psychotherapist (Kids, Teens, Adults, Couples, Families, Seniors) - Burlington & Online

Andrea Paschert, RN, CNP(Q)

Certified Nurse Psychotherapist (Qualifying) (Teens, Adults) - St. Catharines & Online

David Sider, MACP

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) (Children 10+, Teens, Adults) St. Catharines & Online


These are some common symptoms of depression in older adults:

  • loss of energy
  • decreased interest and pleasure in usual activities
  • pain and somatic complaints
  • complaints of memory problems

Counselling or psychotherapy (talking one-on-one with a psychologist) can be of great help in treatment of depression. Our compassionate and knowledgeable psychologists can help.

Diagnostic Testing for Older Adults

Our licensed neuropsychologists provide neurocognitive assessment for conditions seen in older adults, including depression, anxiety, dementia (like Alzheimer’s, for example), stroke, and traumatic brain injury.

These assessments are useful for identifying cognitive changes in older adults, such as:

  • memory slips
  • word finding problems
  • difficulty making decisions
  • personality and mood changes

These assessments are often done in one of our three office locations, but may be done in the person’s home if mobility is a barrier.

Our Neuropsychologists Providing Diagnostic Testing for Seniors

Testing for Dementia, Mild Cognitive Impairment, Stroke, Brain Injury, and Mental Health Conditions

Jennifer Edwards, M.Ed.

Registered Psychotherapist (Teens, Adults, Seniors) - St. Catharines & Online

Primary Areas: Anxiety & Stress; Depression; Addictions; & Interpersonal difficulties. Locations: St. Catharine [...]

Dr. Areeba Adnan

Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors) - Online

Areas: Brain injury; Stroke; Dementia; Depression; Anxiety; ADHD. Populations: Adults Seniors Location: Bur [...]

Dr. Narmeen Ammari

Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors) - Burlington & Online

Primary Areas: Brain injury; Stroke; Dementia/Alzheimers; Depression; & Chronic pain. Populations: Adults Seniors [...]

Dr. Christina Gojmerac

Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors) - All locations

Primary Areas: Stroke; Memory & aging; Dementia; Brain injury; & Schizophrenia. Populations: Adults Seniors [...]

Dr. Elmar Gardizi

Psychologist & Neuropsychologist (Adults, Seniors) - All Locations

Primary Areas: Brain injury; Dementia; & Stroke. Schizophrenia & psychosis; Depression. Populations: Adults Senior [...]

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