Clinical Supervisors oversee day-to-day operations, ensuring that clients are receiving the highest quality of services, support and care. With their vast expertise and extensive experience, they are also mentors in their fields, which strengthens their leadership skills and enhances their career prospects. Below is a list of potential candidates eligible to become Clinical Supervisors of Surrey Place.
Josee Casati, Ph.D., C. Psych
Dr. Casati’s academic career began at the University of Toronto, and she received her PhD from the University of Toronto Ontario Institute for Studies in Adult Education – Counselling. She completed her psychology residency at Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH) and supervised year at Surrey Place. Area of expertise and interest include cognitive-behaviour therapy assessment for the Developmental Services Ontario (DSO) for adults with disabilities and conducts assessments as part of the “Connecting the dots Toronto Homelessness Initiative”.
Casey Fulford, Ph.D, C. Psych
Dr. Fulford’s academic career began at Queen’s University, followed by her doctorate studies at the University of Ottawa. She completed her psychology residency at the CPA accredited Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Areas of interest are child, adolescent, and adult clinical psychology, with and emphasis in the area of developmental disabilities. Dr. Fulford provides intellectual and diagnostic assessments and psy chotherapy. Her clinical practice has focused on cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness-based psychotherapies.
Shashi Goyal, Ph.D, C. Psych
Dr. Goyal’s academic education in Clinical Psychology from Delhi University in India. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship in the psychiatric departments at All India Institute of Medical Science and Lady Harding Hospital, Delhi. Area of expertise and interest in working with adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families. With a specific interest in group therapy/intervention in mindfulness and providing psychological services via videoconferencing. Dr. Goyal has worked at Surrey Place since 2000 and provides supervision for students, residents and post-doctoral level College applicants.
Nozomi Minowa, Psy. D, C. Psych
Dr. Minowa began her academic career at Ohio Wesleyan University, MA at Boston University and completed her Doctorate in clinical psychology at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in Boston. She completed her APA accredited Internship at Boston Regional Health Hospital, Post-Doc at Cambridge Hospital and supervised practice at CAMH in Toronto. Expertise and interest in FASD, psychodynamic psychotherapy and attachment disorder; as well as EFT in working with couples and families.
Samuel Siah, Psy. D, C. Psych
Dr. Siah’s academic career began at the University of Toronto, followed by his MA and doctoral degree at the University of Indianapolis. He completed his APA accredited internship at the Watson Institute in Pittsburgh with a focus on autism. Area of interest are developmental disabilities, high functioning ASD, ADHD, bereavement and behavioural disorders. His clinical practice has focused on cognitive-behavioural (CBT). therapy and mindfulness psychotherapies.
Valerie Temple, Ph.D, C. Psych
Dr. Temple’s academic career began at the University of Toronto, followed by her doctorate studies at the University of Guelph. She completed her psychology internship at Sunnybrook Hospital and Surrey Place in Toronto. Area of expertise and interest in Adult clinical psychology, developmental disabilities, intellectual and diagnostic assessment, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, delivering psychological services via telehealth and videoconferencing, adulthood and aging. Dr. Temple has held the position of Psychology Professional Practice lead since 2011.
Wynsome Walker, Psy. D, C. Psych
Dr. Walker’s academic career began at McGill University, followed by her doctorate studies at the George Washington University. She completed her psychology internship at the APA accredited KH Mental Health Clinic in New York City, followed by supervised practice at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Area of interests in child, adolescent and family clinical psychology with an emphasis in the area of developmental disabilities & FASD. Theoretical orientation of psychodynamic and attachment based. Dr. Walker has supervised since 2007 and has been Director of Residency Training since 2014.
Leigh Ann Wayland, Ph.D, C. Psych
Dr. Wayland’s doctoral studies in the Education and Counselling Psychology department at McGill University. She completed her psychology internship at Hospital for Sick Children and supervised year at Surrey Place. She developed an expertise in Autism early in her career and has provided assessment, consultation, and intervention services to clients through the Toronto Autism Services and Surrey Place TRE-ADD clients. She works from a behavioural based orientation.