Bianca Bondi

Bianca Bondi is in the final years of her Ph.D. at York University in the Clinical-Developmental Psychology Program, specializing in Pediatric Clinical Neuropsychology. She previously completed her Master of Arts degree in the same program at York University, and her Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Biology at The University of Toronto.

Bianca has extensive clinical experience conducting neuropsychological and psychoeducational assessments with children and adolescents with various learning profiles (e.g., Learning Disability, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Giftedness) and medical conditions including stroke, traumatic brain injury (e.g., concussion), solid-organ transplantation, and prenatal substance exposure. She also has extensive experience providing therapeutic supports to address behavioural and social-emotional difficulties, including mood, anxiety, and relational concerns. Bianca has worked in numerous pediatric mental health settings including The Hospital for Sick Children, SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Breaking the Cycle, and The York University Psychology Clinic.

Bianca’s approach to assessments is client- and family-centered, comprehensive, and grounded in evidence-based research. Bianca is deeply passionate about her work with children and adolescents. She is warm and caring in her connections with her clients and she is committed to helping them understand their unique profiles in order to provide specific recommendations that can help them succeed. Bianca is currently under the supervision of Melissa Cait, M.A., ABSNP, C. Psych, who is a licensed psychologist and the Clinic Director at Cornerstone Psychological Services. In addition to her clinical work, Bianca also conducts research focused on neurodevelopmental trajectories and early intervention, having authored numerous peer-reviewed articles. Bianca is a kind, empathetic, and detail-oriented clinician who believes that building safe relationships is foundational in her work with clients.

Psychological Assessment Toronto
Bianca Bondi, Psychoeducational Consultant