You’ve got the potential for more. Let’s reveal the best version of you.
What to expect
You might feel nervous when consulting with a psychologist for the first time. That’s completely normal (we get it!). The minute you step into our office, we ensure that you feel comfortable, and at ease, as we walk you through each step of the process and answer your questions.
Although the process might be different depending on the type of consultation, you can expect professionalism, friendliness and empathy. Your goals are the priority, and we’ll always do whatever we can to help you reach them.
How we help
You train your body, so train your mind. Achieve your potential through our performance enhancement coaching. Learn mental skills to help you make the most of your physical training.
Understand your learning strengths and weaknesses. Identify challenges, like ADHD or learning disabilities. Discover ways to learn more efficiently and achieve your potential.
Unsure about what to study at college or university? Feeling stuck in your current job and looking for a career change? A comprehensive career assessment can help to identify a career path in line with your learning skills, interests, and personality.
We work to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression and improve problem areas like sleep, self-esteem, assertiveness and more. Our approach is largely based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Positive Psychology and Attachment Theory.
Meet the team
Dr. Lindsey Forbes, C. Psych
Lindsey oversees all clinical services in the practice, including counselling, learning/career assessments and sport psychology coaching. Her focus is on making sure that you have the best possible experience.
Stephanie Nevill, M.A., C. Psych. Assoc.
Stephanie provides counselling and educational assessments within the practice. She strives to help you get the best possible outcomes from your work together, while ensuring that you feel comfortable, safe, and supported throughout the process.
Sarah Ouellette, M. Sc.
Sarah conducts educational assessments for students with learning disabilities as part of educational assessments. She is currently completing her Ph.D. at Western University and has been part-time with Dr. Forbes & Associates since December 2016.
Suzanne Seah, M. Sc.
Suzanne guides clients through psycho-educational testing as part of a learning or career assessment. In her role, she ensures that the assessment process is as comfortable and understandable as possible while ensuring that results are accurate.
Events & Talks
London Psyching Team
Invite us out to your next marathon or half-marathon! We are a group of psychologists and students in psychology and kinesiology who are on-site at the race to offer positive support and mental strategies to…Read more →
Race Smart: Sport Psychology Tips for your Best Race
You’ve charted every long run, hard workout, and recovery effort for the past 10-16 weeks to prepare for your upcoming race. But have you trained your mind? Now that your physical training is complete, your…Read more →
Train Smart, Race Smart: Sport Psychology Workshop for Runners
As a runner, you spend countless hours pounding the pavement, logging your km’s, buying the best gear, and giving your body the right fuel, but have you trained your mind? Runners at all levels can…Read more →
Are you struggling with stress, anxiety, and low mood? Would you like to learn more about the mental health and brain benefits of exercise? Do you want to begin using physical activity to relieve stress…Read more →