01 Oct ADHD clinic opens doors and the Possibilities are endless!
Under the direction and leadership of Dr. Doron Almagor, MD, The Possibilities Clinic ushers in a whole new level of diagnosis, treatment for those dealing with ADHD and related disorders. The Possibilities Clinic offers family model programs developed specifically to assess, treat and support individuals dealing with ADHD and related conditions, as well as those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Centrally located at Yonge and Eglinton, this patient focused ADHD clinic will offer integrated medical and psychotherapy services grounded within a positive developmental framework. Team members work together to provide a comprehensive and unified program of treatment and coaching tailored to each patient’s needs and goals. Available services will include medication consultations, individual and group psychotherapy, group sessions and educational interventions.
“Being able to offer my patients the best quality treatment and ongoing support – that’s why I made the decision to open Possibilities,” says Dr. Almagor. “I wanted their experience at my ADHD clinic to be as stress free, seamless and as comfortable as possible; that way they can concentrate on doing the work they need to so they can go further than they ever dreamed possible. That’s where Possibilities came from.”
In addition to directing The Possibilities Clinic, Dr. Almagor, continues to serve as a psychiatrist at the Toronto Western Hospital’s Tourette’s Syndrome Clinic. Formerly Medical Director at The ADHD clinic, he is the past President of the Ontario Psychiatric Association (OPA), has served as the Chair of the Psychotherapy section of the OPA, currently serves on the executive of the OMA Psychiatry Section and is a board member of CADDRA (The Canadian Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Resource Alliance). Dr. Almagor was trained as a psychoanalyst and is a member of the International Psychoanalytic Association. He has lectured internationally and taught a variety of courses in the areas of ADHD and its comorbid disorders.