At The Willow Centre we are dedicated to providing the highest quality psychological services to children and their families. We are a team of professionals with extensive specialized training in psychology and many years of experience in the psychological assessment and treatment of infants, children, and adolescents. We work together with you to restore or enhance your child’s emotional and social well-being and capacity to learn. We are dedicated to providing service that reflects the highest standards of professionalism and current knowledge in the field.
Working Together to Help Your Child’s Emotional, Social, & Educational Well-Being
- Asperger’s Children: Psychodynamics, Aetiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment by Robin Holloway (2/18/2016) - Congratulations Robin! Although we don’t know how he found the time to do it, given his busy practice, Dr. Robin Holloway has recently published an important book on the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children with Asperger’s, a book which has grown out of his extensive experience with these children. As his colleagues at the Willow Centre, we have always been impressed by his dedication to these troubled, often painfully unhappy, youngsters and are delighted that he has distilled his clinical wisdom in this book. The book is entitled Asperber's Children: Psychodynamics, Aetiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Once again, congratulations Robin, from your colleagues at The Willow Centre!
This book is now available:
- Congratulations Dr Cotler! (12/10/2015) - The Willow Centre team is delighted by the news that our colleague, Dr. Tanya Cotler, gave birth on November 22nd to an adorable baby girl, Arya Eden. Congratulations to Tanya on this special addition to her family and we look
- Welcome Back Tamara (9/24/2015) - Six years ago, Tamara Libfeld helped out as a volunteer at our centre and seems to have caught the psychology bug. Now, after completing a Psy.D. at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a year of post-doctoral training at
Q & A
- Seeking AttentionQAnswer
Our 11-year-old son has suddenly taken to telling fanciful, exaggerated stories about himself, usually highlighting his athletic prowess. The stories seem to come out of nowhere, and he tells them only to me — never to his father. Could this be a sign that he’s looking for more attention from Mom?