Kathryn Ages, M.Ed., Psy.D., is a psychoeducational consultant who provides valuable and effective treatment to children, adolescents, and adults. Under the direct supervision of Melissa Cait, a member of the College of Psychologists, Kathryn focuses on assessing individuals with learning difficulties, screening children eligible for gifted school programming, and providing consultation to children, adolescents and their parents regarding behaviour management, learning disabilities, social skills, and self-esteem.
Kathryn received her Master's Degree in School Psychology from Columbia University and her Doctorate Degree in School, Child and Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University in New York City. Her academic training and professional career has afforded her the opportunity to work across a variety of settings – private and public schools, a not-for-profit agency and within the private practice sector. She regularly consults with teachers, school personnel, pediatricians, psychiatrists and other mental health workers to provide the best treatment for her clients.
Kathryn holds her Massachusetts School Psychologist Certification. She is a professional member of the National Association of School Psychologists and American Psychological Association.