Welcome to Dr. Kaploun’s Office
My name is Dr. Kristen Kaploun and I am a Neuropsychologist and Clinical Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO). As part of my practice, I conduct a variety of assessment services, including neuropsychological, baseline cognitive, psycho-educational/psycho-vocational, medical-legal, insurer examinations, and specialty assessments, all of which are geared towards evaluating an individual’s level of cognitive, emotional and behavioural functioning. I also provide psychotherapy, offering treatment in the form of individual and group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness to help individuals struggling with anxiety and anxiety-related issues, including insomnia and various other psychological concerns. I have particular interest and experience in treating prenatal and postpartum anxiety (i.e., perinatal anxiety) and offer a specialized treatment program, the Perinatal Anxiety Treatment Program (PAT Program) for new and expectant mothers struggling with perinatal anxiety.
I work with adults (18+ years of age) and seniors, providing services to individuals in the Burlington, Hamilton, Oakville, and greater Halton areas. I also provide services to individuals from surrounding areas who are willing to travel for treatment or assessment.
To find out more about my practice, please feel free to explore the information available on my website. If you cannot find the answers to questions you may have, or if you are not sure whether I can help, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to working with you!
A variety of psychological assessments are available aimed at clarifying an individual’s cognitive, psychological and emotional functioning. The following types of assessments are available as part of my practice:
- neuropsychological assessment
- psychological assessment
- psycho-educational assessment
- psycho-vocational assessment
- independent medical examinations (IMEs)
- insurer examinations
- medical-legal assessment
- dementia screening
- baseline cognitive assessment
Psychological treatment in the form of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness is also available to help individuals who are struggling with psychological problems such as:
- general anxiety
- social anxiety
- panic attacks
- difficulty coping
- excessive worry
- low self-esteem
- job stress
- discomfort in open or enclosed spaces
- obsessive and/or compulsive behaviours
- body image issues
- eating disorders
In my practice, I offer one of the only treatment programs in the area specifically designed for new or expectant mothers to help them learn specific skills and strategies for dealing with the major life changes that come along with having a baby. The Perinatal Anxiety Treatment Program (PAT Program) is a 12-week program based on the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), meaning that it is a structured, goal-directed, problem-focused, and active form of therapy. This program is also geared towards helping more seasoned moms who find themselves struggling with anxiety after a new addition to the family or feeling overwhelmed by the demands of caring for a newborn in addition to an older sibling(s).