Dr. Anthony Hutchinson & Associates
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSc, (Psych), BSW, MSW, RSW
Dr. Anthony Hutchinson is a nationally-recognized, award-winning community leader who is a Clinician, Professor, Epidemiologist, Author, and Conference Presenter. Dr. Hutchinson supports insurance & personal injury situations. Dr. Hutchinson holds a high level of expertise in supporting people impacted by acquired brain injury (ABI) and/or traumatic brain injury (TBI). Dr. Hutchinson assesses, diagnoses & treats from epidemiological and psycho-social perspectives: Acquired Brain Injury (ABI); Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI); Concussion; & Post-Concussion Syndrome. Dr. Hutchinson is qualified as Expert Witnesses at Ontario court and Superior Court of Justice (Ontario) in matters based on psycho-social and socio-cultural assessment.
Dr. Anthony Hutchinson is an award-winning community leader who is a Clinician, Professor, Epidemiologist, Author, and Conference Presenter. Dr. Hutchinson is regarded as an expert/authority across Canada on matters related to positive youth identity development. As a consulting Clinical Director to the Peel Children's Aid Society (CAS) and well as a Psycho-Social Clinician in private practice, Dr. Hutchinson specializes in clinical-based support strategies focused on optimizing positive youth/adolescent/teenage development. Dr. Hutchinson is a highly-competent cross-cultural practitioner who effectively supports parent-child conflict due to immigration/ cultural disconnects faced by Newcomer families.
Dr. Anthony Hutchinson is a nationally-recognized, award-winning community leader who is a Clinician, Professor, Epidemiologist, Researcher, Analyst, Speaker and Parent. Dr. Hutchinson is a Ontario Superior Court-certified youth gang expert who is regularly featured in the media across Canada. Now in his 40s, Dr. Hutchinson experienced - first-hand - youth-gang activity during his own teenage years. Subsequently, Dr. Hutchinson offers unparalleled insights, perspectives and solutions to youth gang involvement, teen violence & adolescent addictions that move beyond academic theory, law enforcement frustration, and political rhetoric. View online: http:// tvoparents.tvo.org/ video/172017/ could-gang-steal-your-child