Dr. Andrew Moss B.A.(Hons), DClinPsy
Dr. Moss is an experienced Psychologist, licensed through the College of Psychologists of Ontario.
Moss Psychology - Dr. Andrew Moss trained as a Clinical Psychologist in the U.K. He attained his Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Psychology (B.A. Honours) at the University of Keele in 1995, and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy) at the University of Wales, Bangor in 2001.
He was trained in the specialities of children and adolescents, adults, seniors, developmental disabilities and health psychology. Post qualification, Dr. Moss worked in the U.K.'s National Health Service for 8 years, developing his practice around adults with mental health difficulties and individuals with developmental disabilities.
Dr. Moss draws from a range of theoretical models and therapeutic modalities, including cognitive therapy, behaviour therapy, systemic therapy and the psychodynamic therapies. He undertook further post-doctoral training in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), and is a qualified practitioner. (ACAT)
CAT is a therapy primarily developed in the U.K., and draws from a range of longer standing therapeutic models. It is now developing a growing international following and has been clinically proven as an effective therapy in a range of difficulties, including personality disorders and complex clinical presentations.
Dr. Moss is a licensed Psychologist authorized to practice autonomously within the province of Ontario and is a member of the Ontario Psychological Association.
Dr. Moss is authorized to work with the following populations:
In general, when a child’s problems do not resolve within a reasonable time-frame or when the degree of difficulty they are experiencing is interfering with their normal development or overall enjoyment of life, psychological intervention is recommended. Read More
If a young person is struggling academically, Dr. Moss can formally assess the young person’s profile of intellectual and academic abilities. As well as identifying any specific learning disabilities or developmental disabilities, a psychological assessment can identify the young person’s learning style. Read More
No matter what the reason is for choosing psychotherapy, you will find a safe, supportive environment where you can discuss your difficulties with a professional who will not judge, but is motivated to assist you to overcoming your specific life challenges. Read More
As life progresses, we find we have to deal with a whole host of new challenges. Some of these life challenges may mean we find ourselves struggling to cope and psychological help may be indicated. Read More
Couples seeking help are no different to those who do not seek help, neither are their problems unusual. In fact, most couples will experience a period of difficulty as they grow together, and this is a natural part of a couple’s relationship. Read More
Families can struggle too and they seek help for a number of reasons. These reasons can include poor communication, frequent arguing, unfulfilled emotional needs, financial concerns and conflicts about how to parent children. Read More