Welcome to The Redpath Centre!
The Redpath Centre opened in January 2008 to address the social and emotional needs of children, adolescents and adults with Asperger Syndrome and mental health concerns through best practices, cross-sector collaboration, education and research. Our experienced clinicians bring their knowledge of Asperger Syndrome and related conditions to our work. We:
- value neuro-diversity and inclusion;
- promote the provision of ethical and effective clinical practices;
- encourage research that is relevant to those we support;
- strive to increase the fit between our clients and their environments; and
- emphasize interdisciplinary collaboration across service sectors and specialties.
Redpath Centre Services
For a complete listing of supports that The Redpath Centre provides, please go to our Services page. You are welcome to contact clinicians directly through their emails on each webpage. Please note whether they are taking new clients and if their services, expertise and days available for appointments are right for you.
For questions about the Centre’s Counselling Services (including individual, couple or family therapy; academic, behavioural and vocational coaching), please refer to our Counselling FAQs or contact Jeannie Fong at firstname.lastname@example.org (or 416-920-4999 Ext. 0). Jeannie will direct your inquiry to the Redpath Clinician responding to General Inquiries.
For questions about the Centre’s Psychological Assessments (including diagnostic and psycho-educational assessments), please refer to our Psychological Assessment FAQs and contact the appropriate Psychologist directly.
Clinical Affiliates are trusted and respected clinicians who have an ongoing relationship with The Redpath Centre and extensive experience in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and related conditions. They have their own practices in communities across Ontario and are affiliated with the Centre by invitation only: Wendy Arscott (Welland), Dr. Karen Baker (Walkerton), Marnee Buckles (GTA, Northern Region), Stephanie Moeser (Peterborough), Dale Munro (London) and Ellen Yack (Toronto)