Dr. Danielle Ostfield

Dr. Danielle Ostfield, Clinical Psychologist

Affiliations – (e.g. member of College of Social workers)
College of Psychologists, Canadian Psychological Association

Other Pertinent training outside of your credential:
M.O.M (still working on it), Pivotal Response Training (Level 1), Early Start Denver Model (certificate)

Career Highlights:
Empowering children and families to recognize and embrace their unique strengths, and how to capitalize on those strengths within their school and community settings

Years of Experience (in general): 20 years

Length of Time with ISAND: 6 years

Position at ISAND: Psychologist

Any areas of Specialization: Early intervention and assessment

Professional Accomplishments ( at least one):
Contributing to the development of ISANDs Early Intervention program

What brought you to ISAND:
Longstanding interest in contributing to an organization dedicated to improving the outcome of children who have received a diagnosis of ASD and their families

What do you really like about ISAND:
Flexible approach to treatment; the organization’s aim to continually develop new programs and services to meet the changing needs of children, adolescents, and adults with ASD and their families

A little bit about who you are outside of ISAND – hobbies and interests
I love music, yoga, cooking, eating, and long walks with my dog

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