Dr. Diane Addie is a registered, Clinical Psychologist. She previously worked at York University, offering assessment and therapy services. She coordinated the Learning Disabilities Assessment Clinic at York, as well as the Atkinson Learning Disabilities Programme. In addition to her work at Addie and Associates, she is the Consulting Psychologist at the Toronto French School, providing support to students, teachers and families. Prior to working at York University, she spent several years working at the CONNECT Counselling Services of the Canadian Hearing Society, offering both assessment and therapy services to Deaf, hard of hearing and deafened clients.

Allison McLay has 20 years of experience in the assessment and treatment of learning, attentional, and behavioural difficulties. Both in private practice and in Disabilities and Personal Counselling at York University, her training is in psychoeducational assessment, remediation, and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. She co-facilitates Mindfulness Meditation/Cognitive Therapy Groups for anxiety/depression.

Dr. Addie and Associates works closely with Family Physician, Medical Psychotherapist and Educator Dr. Patricia Rockman. Her areas of interest include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Mindfulness based techniques. She is an assistant Professor at the University of Toronto, Department of Family and Community Medicine cross appointed to Psychiatry and co-chair of the Ontario College of Family Physicians, Collaborative Mental Health Care Network.