Dr. Kathy Smolewska
Children, Adolescents, Adults, and Older Adults.
Dr. Kathy Smolewska, C.Psych. is a registered Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario in the areas of Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology. She provides a range of psychological, psycho-educational and neuropsychological assessment services to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors in Ontario. She also provides cognitive rehabilitation for adults using the Goal Management Training™ (GMT) program.
Dr. Smolewska obtained her master’s and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at the University of Waterloo, as well as more focused training in neuropsychology through practica at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. She completed a Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)-accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship in Clinical Neuropsychology at Hamilton Health Sciences. She completed her Supervised Practice at Hamilton Health Sciences, working in the Acquired Brain Injury Program, Integrated Stroke Program, and Pediatric Neuropsychology Service.
Prior to starting her private practice, Dr. Smolewska held a position as a Neuropsychologist in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) where she was involved in assessment, treatment, and supervision. She was also involved in clinical supervision and consultation in the Neonatal Follow-Up Program at McMaster Children's Hospital, and provided supervision within the Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Program in the past. In addition, she was the Director of Training of the Neuropsychology Pre-doctoral Residency training program at HHS.
Dr. Smolewska is also a part-time Clinical Adjunct Faculty member with the Centre for Mental Health Research and Treatment at the University of Waterloo. She previously held a part-time Assistant Professor (Adjunct) position in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University.
Dr. Smolewska is currently accepting certain new assessment referrals and virtual GMT cognitive rehabilitation referrals, but not new treatment referrals.