Dr. Sarah Glaser is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in psychological services for children and adolescents. She received her Doctorate degree in 2014 from McGill University and obtained her clinical training at various hospitals, clinics, private practices, and community mental health settings in Montreal and Toronto.
Dr. Glaser is currently the head psychologist and clinical lead at Kinark Child and Family Services’ York region program. At Kinark, she provides assessment, intervention, and consultation services to youth and their families. She also developed and leads the dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) program within the York region program. Dr. Glaser provides trainings and workshops on a range of clinical topics to staff across the agency, as well as to external treatment providers in the community. She is actively involved in various clinically focused research and evaluation projects at Kinark. In addition, she acts as the agency’s psychology practicum director and provides clinical supervision to Ph.D. graduate students. She is an accredited member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario and the Ontario Psychological Association.
Dr. Glaser specializes in individual therapy for children and adolescents with a wide variety of presenting concerns. Her areas of expertise include depression, anxiety disorders, emotion regulation and executive functioning difficulties, anger management, relationship issues, emerging borderline personality disorder, suicidality and self-harm, and complex trauma. Dr. Glaser has received extensive training in DBT and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Her treatment approach integrates DBT, CBT, and mindfulness. She uses a strength-based approach that is targeted, collaborative, individualized, flexible, and inclusive. Dr. Glaser has an ongoing curiosity to learn and grow as a clinician and she continually strives to refine her knowledge of evidence based treatment modalities to best meet the needs of her clients.
At Chrysalis, Dr. Glaser provides individual therapy to children and adolescents on Thursday evenings. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (289) 879-5647.