Dr. Eyal Bodenstein

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Dr. Eyal Bodenstein is a registered psychologist. He has comprehensive experience in the assessment and treatment of a wide variety of difficulties, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), adjustment disorder, anxiety disorders, mood disorders (e.g. depression, bipolar disorder, manic disorders), grief, interpersonal difficulties, pain and health management, anger management, longstanding personality issues, stress management,  sleep issues, psychovocational counselling, and self-esteem challenges. He also provides assessment and treatment of driving phobia, in conjunction with a qualified driving instructor. In addition, he has experience with both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric populations.

Dr. Bodenstein has also worked with numerous patients who have been affected as a result of work-related accidents or motor vehicle accidents (MVAs).

Treatment is primarily cognitive-behavioural in nature, although various other modalities are employed as well. Dr. Bodenstein is also certified in the use of hypnosis.



Moreover, Dr. Bodenstein has extensive experience in the psychological assessment and treatment of the geriatric/aging population (considered 55 years and older). More specifically, he deals with psychotherapy for issues in aging, differential diagnosis between depression and dementia, behavioural management and consultation for families, and retirement residences and nursing homes. Psychological assessment and treatment are offered on an individual or group basis and to families.

Dr. Lena Solomon is a Psychologist with over 30 years of experience. She is registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario for practice in clinical and rehabilitation psychology and neuropsychology with adults and children. She has extensive experience in both assessment and treatment in the fields of PTSD, mood disorders, rehabilitation of complex body and brain injuries, chronic pain, ADHD/ADD, and other childhood disorders as well as parenting. One of her specialties is parental support groups of children or adolescents diagnosed with ADHD/ADD, and she has also worked at Toronto's SickKids hospital. She also has extensive experience working with army veterans and victims of terrorist attacks.

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Dr. Solomon performs both individual and couples therapy.

Before her arrival in Canada, Dr. Solomon completed her specialization training in clinical rehabilitation having worked in brain injury rehabilitation units and paediatric neurology wards. She also taught university and college level courses in the field of cognition, emotional aspects of neuropsychological impairments, as well as in the subject of Democracy and Humanistic Values. Her work entails assessments and psychological treatment. Moreover, her approach to treatment combines cognitive-behavioural techniques with dynamic insight, interpersonal and problem solving techniques.

Dr. Solomon is fluent in English, Hebrew, and Romanian.

Dr. Lena Solo​mon