Hilary Duncan received her PhD from the Clinical and Research Psychology program at Concordia University and is a member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. She is registered as both a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist. Hilary’s clinical training experiences have been diverse and include working in the Jewish General Hospital Memory Clinic, an inpatient stroke ward and outpatient neurorehabilitation clinic at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, the OCD and ADHD clinics at the Allen Memorial Institute, and at several private clinics (Blake Psychology, Neurotherapy Montreal, and the Canadian Institute for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders). Her clinical focus and interests include working with ADHD, health disorders (chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia), concussion, and OCD. She also works with clients who are struggling with difficult life concerns (e.g., trouble within a relationship, difficulties at work, adjustment to major life events). Hilary’s approach to therapy is integrative - drawing on schema-based, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioural, and acceptance-based modalities. Her style is friendly, casual and laid-back.