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Naomi Slonim


Naomi Slonim
Lecturer

phone: 416-978-7795
email: n.slonim@utoronto.ca  

Department: Applied Psychology and Human Development



Academic History

Dr. Slonim has a Ph.D. in School and Clinical Child Psychology from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto, and she completed a post-doctoral clinical fellowship at the Hincks Dellcrest Centre with a focus on social-emotional and personality assessment and relationally based therapies that strengthen attachment such as play therapy, dyadic (parent-child) therapies and family therapy.



Teaching Overview

Dr. Slonim is a part-time faculty in the School and Clinical Child Psychology Program at OISE where she teaches courses on ethical issues in applied psychology and therapeutic approaches.

Courses Taught:
APD 1205H Ethical Issues in Applied Psychology
APD 3222H Approaches to Psychotherapy with Children, Youth and Families
APD 6000H Theories and Techniques in Relationally Based Therapies with Children and their Families
APD 1202H Theories and Techniques of Counselling (Child and Adolescent Focus)

Professional Activities

Dr. Naomi Slonim is a registered School and Clinical Psychologist specializing in assessment and intervention with children, adolescents and families.

She has practised in school and clinical settings in Toronto, including Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, the Toronto District School Board, Surrey Place Centre, the Hospital for Sick Children and CAMH and in private practice. She is a past Internship Coordinator and has supervised student clinicians and trainees in practicum and internship settings and as a primary supervisor for new members of the College of Psychologists.