Lorna Hall, Ph.D.


Dr. Lorna Hall has been a Registered Psychologist in the Province of Alberta since 1983, with a varied background including hospital, school, and clinic settings. She has extensive experience in psychoeducational assessments, most notably with learning disabled individuals, those with developmental disabilities, and children at risk for developmental problems due to medical or environmental conditions. She has also been active in counselling individuals and has consulted widely with educational and community programs.

Dr. Hall received her Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology through the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Alberta and has completed doctoral coursework in personality and neuropsychological assessment. She has had special interest in and worked for several years as a psychologist in the areas of individuals with learning disabilities or developmental disabilities, individuals with hearing or visual impairment, families of children with developmental disabilities, and early intervention. Dr. Hall has been an invited speaker at national and local conferences, and has taught at the college and university level. As Senior Associate Clinician in the Clinical Services Division of the Faculty of Education in 1989-90, she was involved in the coordination of services and the supervision of graduate students. Dr. Hall has been in private practice since 1990.



Services Provided

Adult and child assessments

Psychological Therapy

  • Adults, children and families