Dr. Kiran Pure and Associates Ltd. is a private practice specializing in paediatric psychological health services. Our services include a broad range of diagnostic assessments, treatment, and consultation for children between two to 19 years of age. Our psychologists provide effective and efficient services that are based on scientific evidence. We use a developmental model to understand the clinical issues presented by children and families, and offer a kind and caring approach to support the unique needs of the patients we serve.Our clinic has been in operation at this site since 2004. It is located two blocks up from the Dartmouth Ferry Terminal, and Alderney City Library, and has become an integral part of this rapidly growing HRM community.
We have a strong clinical team at Dr. Kiran Pure and Associates Ltd. Each member brings their own and shared clinical interest areas and strengths. Our psychology team is comprised of Kiran Pure, Ph.D. and Monique LeBlanc, PsyD. We have a number of psychology assistant staff who provide adjunct psychological support services to our clinicians. Abigail Howard-Gosse, Practicum student from the Masters in Science, Clinical Psychology program at Acadia University, is currently with us for supervised training in assessment and treatment services. Jennifer Goguen is an Occupational Therapist who works in a managerial role for ABA therapists.
Our clinic has clear professional guidelines of policy and procedures that direct our assessment and treatment services. We work with children and families in Nova Scotia as well as other Atlantic provinces including Newfoundland, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island. The reputation of our services has extended outside these areas in Canada and abroad.
As a clinical team, each of us utilizes a collaborative model of care where we connect with other clinicians (physicians, paediatricians, psychiatrists, speech language therapists, occupational therapists, therapeutic mentors) and professionals (daycare and preschool groups, school teams, community resource groups) in our community who are involved in the care of the patients we see. To augment our clinic work, we will conduct home visits and school meetings whenever they are necessary. We frequently volunteer our time to present to community groups regarding a variety of clinical and developmental issues.