Lynde Hill has been a Registered Psychologist since 2005. Lynde obtained a B.A. Honours in psychology from the University of Regina. She then completed a M.Sc. in educational psychology from the University of Calgary. Lynde has practiced as a School Psychologist in both Alberta and Saskatchewan. She was the Director of Psychological Services for the Learning Disabilities Association of Saskatchewan for 8 years. Lynde has also taught psychology, educational psychology and child development courses at the undergraduate and graduate level in Calgary and at the University of Saskatchewan.
If you asked her though, Lynde would say that her greatest accomplishment is being the mother of two amazing children, aged 17 and 19.
Lynde believes that knowledge is at the heart of change and as such conducts workshops for parents, school systems and businesses. Some examples are:
- Learning and Development Issues: Identification and Intervention
- Early Warning Signs of Learning and Attention Difficulties
- Learning Disabilities: An Overview
- Neuroplasticity and the Learner
- Neurology of ADHD
- ADHD and Anxiety
- Teaching Students with Behaviour Difficulties
- Parenting Children and Adolescents with LD and ADHD
- ADHD and Organization: Is it even Possible?
- Organization Skills for Teens: Strategies to Improve Academics and Reduce Family Stress
- Adults with Learning Disabilities: Techniques, Tools and Rules of Thumb for Helping Students Learn