Dr. Naomi Gryfe Saperia, Ph.D., C. Psych

Care For You...

While you Care for Others

Caring for someone with an illness or disability is challenging.

You don’t have to carry that weight alone.

I want to help you feel confident and strengthened to navigate your caregiving journey.

Let’s take care of you so you can take care of those you love.

Dr. Naomi Gryfe Saperia, Ph.D., C.Psych

Registered Clinical and Health Psychologist
Ontario, Canada

About Dr. Naomi Gryfe Saperia

With years of experience in hospital clinics and private practice, as well as personal experiences as a caregiver, my practice focuses on the health and well-being of those taking care of a loved one with an illness or disability.

I received my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The University of Western Ontario and am registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. My approach to treatment is grounded in evidence-based theory but I individualize treatments to the needs of each client. Drawing on Cognitive Behavioural Theory (CBT), as well as client-centered, solution-focused, and strength-based techniques, I work collaboratively with you to tailor interventions to help support you along your caregiving journey. 

I have been published in both medical and psychological journals and given numerous expert lectures for regional and national caregiving organizations as well as professional development groups. 

From personal caregiving experience, I have consulted to and advocated at local, regional, provincial and national forums regarding the importance of patient/family partnership and system improvement. I have also taught medical trainees and clinicians on how to best communicate and partner with patients and families.


Let's discuss how I can help...




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