Dr. Natasha Williams C. Psych

Dr. Natasha Williams 

Director of Clinical Services, Psychologist


Adult Clinical, Counselling and Rehabilitation Psychology, Culturally relevant approaches to psychological assessment and treatment, Anti-Oppressive Psychotherapeutic Practice, Trauma (including Anti-Black Racism and Transgenerational Trauma), Culturally Relevant Parent Capacity Assessment, Motor Vehicle Accident, Catastrophic Assessment, and Workplace Related Matters

Location of Services:

Toronto Office, Oakville Office, Virtual

Dr. Natasha Williams is a Registered Psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario and the past Char of the Board of Directors at Women’s Health in Women’s Hands, a Community Health Centre for Black women and women of colour in Toronto.

Dr. Williams is a member of the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA), Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), and the American Psychological Association (APA). She was the OPA’s diversity delegate representative at the APA State Leadership Conference in Washington D.C. in 2011 and is the past Chair of the OPA Diversity Task Force whose aim is to raise awareness of the importance of diversity and to promote ongoing efforts to influence social change in the field of psychology practice in Ontario. She is also a past board member of the Ontario Psychological Association. 

Dr. Williams is a past faculty member with the Bridge Training program for internationally trained mental health professionals and a former trainer for TAPE Educational Services which provides professional development programs for clinical teams at healthcare centres and human services organizations. She is also the former lead trainer with the Adler Graduate Professional School Doctoral Psychology Program. Dr. Williams is a guest facilitator/trainer with CAMH in topics such as culturally adapting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for the English-speaking Caribbean community and Motivational Interviewing. 

Dr. Williams is one of the Clinical Directors of Allied Psychological Services and she operates an anti-oppressive private practice providing assessment, individual and group psychotherapy, corporate consultation, research, supervision, and training services to clients from diverse ethno-racial  backgrounds, gender, and socio-economic backgrounds. Dr. Williams is also certified in Parental Capacity Assessments and she is a certified Diversity, Equity and Inclusion facilitator/trainer.