Dr. Gerald McFadden is a Registered Psychologist at The Redpath Centre.
He has been practicing clinical neuropsychology in Toronto since 1991 and received his doctoral degree in Clinical Neuropsychology
in 1990. Dr. McFadden has previously worked at Bloorview MacMillan Rehabilitation Centre and Sick Kids Hospital and
consulted to Youthdale Treatment Centre. He provides neuropsychological assessment for school-aged children, adolescents
and adults for a variety of concerns such as ADHD, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), fetal alcohol
problems, sickle cell disease, genetic conditions, emotional/behavioural disturbance and brain injury.
neuropsychology in children, youth and adults
Services Offered: Neuropsychological assessment of school-aged children,
adolescents and adults including those with:
- Autism Spectrum
Disorders (Asperger Syndrome)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Developmental Disabilities
- Medical and
- Behaviour and Social Difficulties
- Emotional disturbance
- Learning Disabilities
- Brain Injury and Cognitive Difficulties
neuropsychological evaluations can involve collecting information from a parent, teacher or spouse, as well as testing of
the individual concerned. Testing can address specific areas of concern, for example, memory abilities. Assessment results
are presented within a written report and during a feedback session.
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Windsor (1977)
- Masters Degree
in Psychology, University of Windsor (1984)
- Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology,
University of Windsor (1990)
- Ontario Psychological Association
- Canadian Psychological Association
- American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology
- American Psychological Association
- International Brain Injury
- International Neuropsychological Society
Campbell, K., Gemeinhardt, M., & McFadden, G. (2006) Predictors of family system functioning after brain injury. Brain
Injury, 20(6), 587-600.
C., Campbell, K., Gemeinhardt, M., Gordon, K., and McFadden, G. (2003) Family functioning after brain injury: Correlates
of long-term outcome. Abstract published in Canadian Psychology, 44, 2a.
Del Dotto, J., Fisk, J., McFadden, G., & Rourke, B. (1991) Developmental analysis of children/adolescents
with nonverbal learning disabilities: Long-term impact on personality adjustment and patterns of adaptive functioning.
In B.P. Rourke (Ed.) Neuropsychological validation of learning disability subtypes (pp. 293-308). New York: Guilford