Dr. Bonnie T. Seidman is a Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario and the Canadian Psychological Association. She practices in the area of Clinical Psychology. Dr. Seidman is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) with Yoga Alliance.
Hayley Batson is a graduate of St. Lawrence College with a Degree in Behavioural Psychology. She has years of work experience in behavioural psychology and is Dr. Seidman’s psychology assistant and neurofeedback trainer.
Kristina Brady is our casual back-up neurofeedback trainer. Kristina is completing her Honours degree in Behavioural Psychology at St. Lawrence College and is pursuing a career in teaching.
Crystal Wiens is also our casual back-up neurofeedback trainer. Crystal is a former pharmacy technician, now completing her Honours degree in Behavioural Psychology from St. Lawrence College. She is pursuing a career in helping people who have been impacted by trauma.
Dr. Bonnie T. Seidman offers assessment and treatment of various psychological problems, while helping to promote personal growth and well-being. She helps clients struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, substance use, attention/focus problems, post-concussion syndrome, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), among other issues. She also helps clients cope with issues related to life transitions, work stress, relationship issues and/or other areas of difficulty. Dr. Seidman is sensitive to the differing needs and challenges of the clients she works with, and offers a variety of evidence-based therapies and adjuncts to therapy (e.g., neurofeedback brain training, mindfulness, yoga, meditation). Dr. Seidman is also a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) with Yoga Alliance. Please refer to the Psychotherapy page for more information.
Onward also offers Neuroptimal® Neurofeedback brain training. A broad spectrum of people use NeurOptimal® in efforts to feel better. Students, athletes, military personnel, veterans and various professionals use brain training to optimize their brain functioning and improve their day to day performance. Other individuals who suffer from stress, anxiety, depression, attention/focus difficulties, post-traumatic stress disorder, post-concussion syndrome, or substance abuse, also find using neurofeedback as part of their wellness program to be beneficial. Please see the Neurofeedback page for more information.
Onward Psychology and Neurofeedback is centrally located in mid-town Kingston, Ontario. We are in a small, commercially renovated house on Princess Street, between Sir John A. MacDonald and Portsmouth. Onward is a fully accessible clinic with parking available onsite. We welcome service dogs for persons with disabilities.
Please see the Contact page for more information about our location.