On Psych: Presented by the Ontario Psychological Association

Episode #2 - Access to Services and Gaps in Services

December 17, 2020 Ontario Psychological Association Season 1 Episode 2
On Psych: Presented by the Ontario Psychological Association
Episode #2 - Access to Services and Gaps in Services
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On Psych: Presented by the Ontario Psychological Association
Episode #2 - Access to Services and Gaps in Services
Dec 17, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Ontario Psychological Association

On this episode of On Psych, host Dr. Jonathan Douglas sits down with Dr. Sylvain Roy to candidly chat and discuss access to mental health services in Ontario as well as some gaps in services available in the province. 

About our guest: 

Dr. Sylvain Roy is a bilingual rehabilitation neuropsychologist holding positions at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) & Inner City Family Health Team in Toronto and Adjunct Professor at York University. He received his Ph.D. in neuropsychology from the Université de Montréal and also holds degrees from York and McGill University. At Inner Family Health Team, Dr. Roy works exclusively with homeless men. Roles include the assessment of patient's neuropsychological functioning, providing treatment recommendations, the supervision of graduate and postgraduate students. At CAMH, Dr. Roy is the lead clinician in a service that provides neuropsychological, psychological, and functional (OT) assessments and cognitive rehabilitation services to patients with severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia. Our service also provides advance clinical training to neuropsychology interns and postdoctoral fellows wishing to develop an expertise in the assessment and treatment of persons with severe mental illness.

Show Notes

On this episode of On Psych, host Dr. Jonathan Douglas sits down with Dr. Sylvain Roy to candidly chat and discuss access to mental health services in Ontario as well as some gaps in services available in the province. 

About our guest: 

Dr. Sylvain Roy is a bilingual rehabilitation neuropsychologist holding positions at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) & Inner City Family Health Team in Toronto and Adjunct Professor at York University. He received his Ph.D. in neuropsychology from the Université de Montréal and also holds degrees from York and McGill University. At Inner Family Health Team, Dr. Roy works exclusively with homeless men. Roles include the assessment of patient's neuropsychological functioning, providing treatment recommendations, the supervision of graduate and postgraduate students. At CAMH, Dr. Roy is the lead clinician in a service that provides neuropsychological, psychological, and functional (OT) assessments and cognitive rehabilitation services to patients with severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia. Our service also provides advance clinical training to neuropsychology interns and postdoctoral fellows wishing to develop an expertise in the assessment and treatment of persons with severe mental illness.