This month I left the ADHD Clinic to focus on my work at the Asian Clinic at Hong Fook and for Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authorities. I will also be winding down my private practice slowly over time, but will continue to see existing patients who are in the middle of treatment. The office space I am using is at 2238 Dundas St. W. Suite 306, south of Dundas West subway station (turn right when you get out of the station, and it is the building after the Pizza Nova).
FAQ: Why do you move offices so often?
A: After my time at the Sherbourne office (2 offices ago, now) I learned that sharing resources with the right people is important to be able to create an effective synergy. Moving around has been part of an effort to find the places and the people who are the best fit at that point in time. My needs and clinical interests have also changed over time (student health, then ADHD and neurodevelopmental conditions, and now psychological trauma), hence the changes in location. I have found that keeping mobile helps to strike a balance between being able to change settings to pursue my interests and and maintaining continuity of care so I can follow patients who require long-term treatment.