Dr. Alison Crocker earned an Honours degree in Psychology from the University of Winnipeg (1985) followed by her M.A (1989) and Ph.D. in Child Clinical Psychology (1994) from the University of Windsor. She is licensed in clinical, developmental and school psychology and works with children, adolescents and their families.
Dr. Crocker has worked in a variety of settings including preschool (The Child’s Place, Windsor), outpatient (North Central Human Resource Centre, Minot, ND), day treatment (Child and Family Treatment Centre, Cornwall) and inpatient settings (Adolescent Inpatient and Day Hospital Unit, Brampton). Most recently, she completed 13 years at the Simcoe County District School Board.
She provides an integrative and strength based approach to assessment and intervention.
She brings her experience working with a broad range of developmental, learning and mental health concerns to her comprehensive assessments of the needs of children and adolescents.
Dr. Crocker also provides therapy, including interpersonal, cognitive behavioural, psychodynamic, and play based therapy with individuals, families and groups.
Dr. Crocker is married to Dr. Jonathan Douglas, and they have recently successfully launched their two children into their university careers. They now spend more quality time with their three cats.