Lindsay Rubinfeld is a doctoral candidate associate working at Toronto Brain Health under the supervision of Drs. Svoboda and Lombardi. She provides treatment services for the mental health, concussion, acquired brain injury and healthy aging and dementia programs. Lindsay has training and experience in providing evidence-based therapies including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT). Lindsay’s approach to client care is evidence-based, empathic, collaborative, and tailored to her clients’ unique goals and needs. She strives to be open and non-judgmental, and she is committed to creating a comfortable and safe space for her clients.
Lindsay is a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology at Dalhousie University. She has completed all her doctoral-level clinical training requirements. Before joining Toronto Brain Health, she completed her predoctoral residency in the Calgary Clinical Psychology Residency program where she received training in psychological intervention and neuropsychology assessment with individuals following an injury or illness. She has worked in several different settings providing individual and group-based psychotherapy and cognitive intervention, as well as psychological and neuropsychological assessment. She treats individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, adjustment to illness, caregiver stress, and stress and burnout in general. She also provides treatment to individuals with acquired or traumatic brain injury or medical conditions affecting brain health, and to individuals with spinal cord injuries.
Lindsay works with adults of all ages (18-90+) and is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association and the International Neuropsychological Society.