Dr. Benedicte Blain, Ph.D., C.Psych., psychologist in ottawa, ontario
Bilingual assessment and
psychotherapy for children and adults and parental coaching
323 Chapel St.
Ottawa, ON, K1N 7Z2
How it works
60-minute intake interview with Dr. Blain that takes place online
2 x 2.5 hours testing sesssions in person at 323 Chapel, Ottawa
90-minute feedback session will be carried out online
Neuropsychological assessment is $250/hours for up to $3,500
Psychotherapy is $200/hours
*Insurance for most federal employees may covert up to $2000
Dr. Bénédicte Blain, works with children (6+), adolescents and adults in English and French with various neurodevelopmental disorders, including :
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD),
Learning Disabilities (Dyslexia and Dyscalculia),
Specific Language Lmpairment,
Developmental Coordination Disorder
and Nonverbal Learning Disorders.
She helps clients better understand the strengths and weaknesses and offer suggestions cope with anxiety, to improve mood and behaviours as well as to facilitate their academic learning.
Dr Blain offers psychotherapy online or in person
1) to cope with anxiety,
2) improve mood and
3) coach parents to manage the emotions and behaviours of their child.
She welcomes children, adolescents, and adults who speak either English or French. Dr. Blain’s approach to therapy is collaborative.
She uses a variety of evidence-based treatments tailored to the client’s objectives such as
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.
About Dr. Blain
Bilingual neuropsychologist for children and adults
Dr. Bénédicte Blain holds a Ph.D. in neuropsychology (clinical and research) from Université du Québec à Montréal and a training certificate in neuropsychology. She is a registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Her doctoral dissertation focuses on communication skills (pragmatics) and regulation of new and complex behaviors (executive functions) of children aged 4 years old and the relationship between the two. Her research led to publications, including a book chapter on child language development in childcare setting and a scientific article on the role of executive functions in the development of communication.
Since 2011, she works in neuropsychology with a clientele of children and adults with various neurodevelopmental disorders (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disabiliy, language disorders, developmental coordination disorder, etc.).
She began her practice in a clinic in Montreal specializing in neuropsychology (Cénop). In 2013, she continued her private practice in the Ottawa-Gatineau region.