Dr. Stephanie Bot C. Psych., Psychoanalyst
Dr. Stephanie Bot is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst in private practice in midtown Toronto since 1999. She is the owner and Chief Psychologist of Dr. Stephanie Bot & Associates, a group practice providing mental health services to adults dealing with emotional, psychological, relationship and work issues. Dr. Bot also provides psycho-legal assessments for personal injury and employment lawyers to support them in advocating for the needs of her patients. Currently, the Psychological Assessment dimension of her practice focuses on assisting victims of violence, harassment and stress in the workplace.
Recently, Dr. Bot and Donna Marshall M.A, have innovated and created the BizLife Institute, an E-Learning library for individuals to receive personal and professional development through on-line self-help courses. To date they have built a library with contribution from many health, business and wellness experts of over 100 E- courses that can be accessed through this website.
Dr. Bot sits on the Board and is a faculty member of the Toronto Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and is on the Advisory Board of Oxygen magazine. She presents papers at local and international conferences including the American Psychological Association, the International Association of Relational Psychoanalysis and the Ontario Psychological Association to name a few. She is also an author in peer reviewed journals, magazines and other publications.
Formerly, Dr. Bot was the Coordinator of the Trauma Training Program for the Adler School of Professional Psychology as well as faculty. She was also a course instructor for TAPE part of the Department for Continuing Education at the University of Toronto. Dr. Bot previously practiced as a clinician and member of the trauma team at Whitby Mental Health Centre, clinician at Women's College Hospital and clinician at East End Community Health Centre where she provided psychological services to a wide range of individuals and couples suffering from mild to severe psychological impairment.