About Dr. Saeid

Dr. Saeid Chavoshi is a Clinical and School Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. He is an adjunct professor at Western University and a Clinical Supervisor at York University. He is a member of the Canadian Psychological Association, where he mentors students on pathways to becoming a healthcare professional. He serves on the board of directors of Ontario Psychological Association and represents Ontario at the Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists. Prior to establishing the clinic, Dr. Saeid was a  School Psychologist at a Toronto School board. He completed his residency through the University of Toronto’s Residency Consortium after his studies at the University of Toronto and his doctoral training at York University. 

Dr. Saeid provides psychoeducational and ADHD assessments for children and adults. He has expertise in the evaluation of ADHD in adults, with a particular focus on the diagnosis of women and individuals from diverse backgrounds. Dr. Saeid serves on the research committee of the Canadian ADHD Resource Alliance. His research focused on ADHD and self-regulation, including developing interventions for improving time-management and executive functioning skills. 

Dr. Saeid has extensive experience working with graduate students and young professionals dealing with an array of mental health challenges, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, maladaptive anger, and processing grief. When working with clients, Dr. Saeid utilizes a humanistic and compassion-focused approach to help his clients arrive at a meaningful, balanced lifestyle and healthy relationships. Dr. Saeid’s therapeutic perspective is rooted in the client-centred approach and draws from his extensive training in cognitive-behavioural (CBT), emotion-focused (EFT), and dialectical-behaviour (DBT) treatment modalities. Dr. Saeid also has extensive experience conducting psychoeducational and psychodiagnostic assessments with children and young adults. These comprehensive assessments aim to identify the individual strengths and challenges to provide tailored recommendations and academic accommodations for implementation at school and home so that students and young adults can reach their full potential. Examples of assessment questions include but are not limited to Learning Disabilities, Giftedness, ADHD, Intellectual Disability, Depression, PTSD, and Anxiety disorders.

Dr. Saeid completed his residency through the University of Toronto’s  Residency Consortium. During his residency, Dr. Saeid completed clinical training at the Youthdale Treatment Centre, providing psychological services to inpatient, residential, and outpatient clients. These services included comprehensive mental health assessments, as well as individual and family therapy for children with complex mental health needs.  He has also previously trained at the largest psychiatric hospital in Canada, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. His past training opportunities included a university training clinic (York University Psychology Clinic), Autism Mentorship Program, Ryerson University, York University Counselling and Disability Centre, and the Toronto Distress Centers. 


You can find Dr. Chavoshi’s published dissertation,Time-Management in Emerging Adulthood During the Transition to University at :

Dr. Chavoshi engages in ongoing research and publication to further the scientific advancement of psychology. You can find his peer-reviewed publications below:


The PsychoEd Clinic

A Psychoeducational Assessment can be vital to a student’s journey to success; however, many students who need this assessment have to wait on long waitlists. Given how important these assessments can be to student success, they should be more widely available and accessible to all individuals who would benefit from them. I have founded the PsychoEd Clinic, alongside a team of interdisciplinary professionals, to provide quality Adult ADHD and  child or adult psychoeducational assessments to institutions, families, and individuals. We also develop innovative technology to make assessments more readily accessible and affordable

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