A message from FVB Psychologists:

In the face of the current COVID-19 pandemic, we closed our offices in Brampton and Mississauga on March 16. However, our clinicians are committed to our patients and resolute in our determination not to disrupt the delivery of psychological services. Please contact our office to continue treatment sessions via telephone or using our secure remote software (OnCall Health). OnCall Health, a Canadian, user-friendly video platform, allows you to connect with your treating psychologist/psychological associate and continue psychotherapy.

At FVB Psychologists we will continue to answer the phones, book new and continuing patients, and respond to e-mail.

Tel.: 833-382-7792
E-mail:
Mississauga: infom@fvb.ca
Brampton: infob@fvb.ca

In addition, in the Resources tab on this website, we will periodically post articles to enhance psychological coping in the face of health risks like COVID-19.

Read our Covid-19 Resources

We provide both assessment and treatment services

Our clinicians are psychologists or psychological associates registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. This means we are independent practitioners licenced to assess, diagnose, and treat the full range of psychological disorders ranging from problems in living to serious mental health issues. Our practice also employs psychotherapists who are under the supervision of registered psychologists.

In addition, we are consulting psychologists to the Toronto Police Service, the Peel Regional Police (Safeguarding programme), and a number of airlines including Air Canada and Jazz Aviation LP.

Meet Our Team

Our assessment and therapy services are conducted by an experienced team of clinicians who joined FVB Psychologists after gaining many years of valuable experience in the public sector; for example, working in hospitals, universities, rehabilitation centres, social service agencies, and community-based clinics.

As a team, we are able to offer a rich, experience-based range of clinical services.

Meet The Newest Member Of The FVB Team

FVB Psychologists is pleased to announce that Dr. Konstantinos Papazoglou has recently joined our practice. Dr. Papazoglou recently completed his postdoctoral appointment at Yale University School of Medicine.

Meet Our Team

Trusted by professional organizations across Canada

FVB psychologists consult to the pilot recruitment programmes at Air Canada and Jazz Aviation, to the constable recruitment programme at Toronto Police Service, and the Safeguard programme at Peel Regional Police. We are also preferred treatment providers for Air Canada, Jazz Aviation, the York Regional Police, Toronto Police Service, Peel Regional Police, and the Ontario Provincial Police.

Toronto Police Service | Air Canada | Jazz Aviation | Peel Regional Police

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Booking an appointment:

What happens when I start treatment?

1

Set up your first appointment

From the first phone call you will be treated professionally by our support staff.

2

Meet with us

We ask that you arrive approximately 15 minutes prior to your initial appointment to provide us with your information.

3

We'll explain the process

Unless you have been advised otherwise, your therapy "hour" will be 50 minutes in length.

4

Start your journey

Our assessment and therapy services are conducted by an experienced team of clinicians.

Start Booking Your Appointment

FVB Blog

Intimate Partner Violence (2)

As we continue discussion of the myriad issues related to intimate partner violence (IPV), in this blog we will explore various interventions aimed at reducing the incidence of IPV. IPV is typically associated with physical abuse, but power and control in the form of financial abuse, withholding access to monetary assets, and manipulation such as imposing detailed rules or expectations on behaviour, restricting access to food, clothing, or basic needs can also act as precursors to physical violence.

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COVID-19 and Intimate-Partner Violence (IPV): The Shadow Pandemic

During a pandemic, lockdown, social isolation, and quarantine are all positive measures for the health of our communities, unfortunately, these measures also mean that abusers and those they harm are confined together in spaces around the clock. Furthermore, without the ability to safely make a telephone call or send email, fear and isolation are only heightened.

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The Changing Face of Grief:

During the past few years, there has been a substantive shift in how grief has been portrayed by psychologists.  A useful place to begin this discussion of the changing face of grief is with Sigmund Freud (1917/1961).

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