Dr. Caroline Zanni
Dr. Caroline Zanni (neuropsychologist/psychologist) received her Doctorate degree from McGill University department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, June 2004. She received additional training in Clinical Neuropsychology, included in this program was a review of different pathologies including Dementia, Alzheimer, cerebrovasculare problems, psychiatric disorders, as well as major dysfunctions and Neurodevelopmental Disorder. She is an accredited Neuropsychologist. She worked for over 12 years at Summit School where she was involved in the assessment and treatment of children and young adults with cognitive disabilities and psychiatric disorders. She also worked for 6 years at Giant Steps School with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. She was also involved with the Cree Health Board where she was involved in the assessment and treatment of children and young adults with various Neurodevelopmental Disorders, including disorders associated with prenatal alcohol exposure. She continues to work with the indigenous communities, as the N.E.A.T. Clinic, a multidisciplinary team which she started last year, is recognized as Indigenous Canadian Service providers. She has also worked as an adjunct professor at McGill University department of Educational and Counseling Psychology. Dr. Zanni has taught numerous courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Since 1998 she has maintained a private practice and now heads up the N.E.A.T. Clinic.