About Dr. Faulconbridge


Clinical Child Psychologist

Dr. Faulconbridge is a doctoral-level child psychologist. She loves working with children, adolescents and their families on various social, emotional and behavioral issues. Dr. Faulconbridge values the importance of relationships in the therapeutic process and strongly believes in setting unique therapeutic goals in collaboration with each client and their family.

Dr. Faulconbridge earned a Bachelor’s in Arts (Specialization) in psychology from Concordia University. She then went one to complete a master’s degree (M.A.) in Child Studies at Concordia University. Dr. Faulconbridge completed her doctoral studies in the School and Applied Child Psychology program at Western University. Throughout her graduate studies Dr. Faulconbridge’s research has focused on peer relationships and forgiveness in children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities. During her doctoral training, Dr. Faulconbridge provided clinical services in a variety of settings including school, community and mental health agencies where she conducted individual therapy, group therapy and psychoeducational assessments.

Since the completion of her doctoral studies, Dr. Faulconbridge has worked in private practice in
Montreal providing therapy and assessment services. She has continued to train in assessment and
therapy for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Additionally, Dr. Faulconbridge has provided assessment and therapy support for Batshaw involved youth.


Children, adolescents, and their parents








Child Psychotherapy, Adolescent Psychotherapy, Parent Consultation

Areas of Expertise

Treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ADHD, anxiety disorders, phobias, depression, behavioural problems, social difficulties, adjustment, intellectual disability, emotional dysregulation, trauma, parenting difficulties, and executive dysfunction.

Therapeutic approach

Integrative approach strongly rooted in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and compassion focused
therapy. Additionally using elements of collaborative problem-solving, motivational interviewing, brief solution focused therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and mindfulness.

Therapeutic stance

Informal, collaborative with a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship


Bachelor of Arts/Concordia University, Masters in Child Studies/Concordia University, PhD in
School and Applied Child Psychology/Western University

  • Per 60 min. sessions
  • (Assessment sessions)
  • Per 50 min. sessions
  • (Follow-up sessions)

Dr. OLIVIA FAULCONBRIDGE – Clinical Psychologist – Online Child & Teen Therapy