Dr. Lindsay Rubinfeld


Dr. Lindsay Rubinfeld | Toronto Brain Health

Dr. Lindsay Rubinfeld provides psychological and neuropsychological assessment and treatment services for Toronto Brain Health’s Concussion treatment program, as well as for Psychological Health, and Acquired Brain Injury. Her approach to client care is evidence-based, empathic, collaborative, and tailored to her clients’ unique goals and needs. She strives to be open and non-judgmental, and she is committed to creating a comfortable and safe space for her clients.

Dr. Rubinfeld has worked with individuals with anxiety, depression, grief, sleep problems, stress and burnout, difficulties adjusting to illness, caregiver burden, concussion, acquired or traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, age-related memory changes, mild cognitive impairment, and more. She has training and experience in providing evidence-based therapies including Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT). She also provides cognitive rehabilitation services for difficulties with attention, memory, organization, planning, problem-solving, and other thinking skills.

Dr. Rubinfeld received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Dalhousie University. During her graduate studies, she received comprehensive training at several sites, including the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre, the QE II Health Sciences Centre, the Nova Scotia Hospital, the Dalhousie School of Social Work Community Clinic, the Dalhousie University Counselling and Psychological Services: and various private practices in the city of Halifax. Before joining Toronto Brain Health in early 2022, Dr. Rubinfeld completed her one-year predoctoral residency in the Calgary Clinical Psychology Residency program. During her residency, she received training at the Foothills Medical Centre in psychological intervention and neuropsychology assessment with individuals following an injury or illness.

Dr. Rubinfeld is a member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She practices in the areas of clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology with adults. She is also a member of the Canadian Psychological Association and the International Neuropsychological Society.