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. Stephanie Humphries is a graduate of Carleton University and is Onward’s Neurofeedback Technician and Office Manager. Crystal Wiens is currently studying Behavioural Psychology and is Onward’s casual, back-up Neurofeedback Technician.
Onward was formerly known as the Kingston Psychology & Neurofeedback Clinic.
Dr. Bonnie T. Seidman offers assessment and treatment of various psychological problems, while helping to promote personal growth and well-being. She helps people with problems such as anxiety, stress, depression, substance use, attention/focus problems, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She also helps people cope with mid-life issues, work stress, life transitions and/or other areas of difficulty. Dr. Seidman is sensitive to the differing needs and challenges of clients she works with, and offers a variety of evidence-based therapies and some adjuncts to therapy. Please refer to the Psychology page for more information.
Onward also offers Neurofeedback training. Neurofeedback training is a form of EEG biofeedback, a safe, drug-free, non-invasive form of brain training. It is not a therapy or treatment. A wide variety of people use Neurofeedback training in efforts to reduce symptoms and/or to enhance performance. Please see the Neurofeedback page for more information.
Onward Psychology and Neurofeedback is located in historic downtown Kingston in the Lasalle Mews Building, at the corner of Bagot and Princess Streets. Onward is a fully accessible clinic and welcomes service dogs for persons with disabilities. Please see the Contact page for more information about our location, transportation and parking.