Stacey Braithwaite, M.Ed.
Registered Psychologist #694
Stacey completed her Master of Education in Counselling at the University of Regina in 2005. She is a Registered Psychologist with the Saskatchewan College of Psychologists with Authorized Practice Endorsement (APE). She is also a long-standing member of the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan. Stacey has a broad range of experience in settings such as residential treatment, palliative care, public school system, and private practice. Within these settings, Stacey has provided counselling and assessment with children, youth, and adults dealing with a variety of issues such as trauma, grief, abuse, challenging behaviours, learning disabilities, mood disorders, and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Stacey offers assessment for Learning Disabilities, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Intellectual Disabilities. She uses the Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) Cross-Battery Assessment approach in her assessments which is a time-efficient method of cognitive, academic, and neuropsychological assessment that is grounded in both CHC and neuropsychological theory and research (Flanagan, Alfonso, Ortiz, & Dynda, 2010; Flanagan, Ortiz, & Alfonso, 2013). It allows practitioners to reliably measure a wider range (or a more in-depth but selective range) of ability and processing constructs than that represented by any given stand alone assessment battery, in a reliable and valid manner. The XBA approach is based on four foundational sources of information, that together provide the knowledge base necessary to organize theory-driven, comprehensive assessment of cognitive, academic, and neuropsychological constructs (Flanagan et al., 2013).
Stacey offers assessments to children (ages 8 and older) and adolescents.
Individuals may seek assessments in one of these areas:
- Learning Assessments