All of our psychologists have doctoral-level training and practice areas in clinical neuropsychology, clinical psychology, and/or rehabilitation psychology.



Dr. Eva Svoboda | Toronto Brain Health

Dr. Eva Svoboda

Director, Founding psychologist

Dr. Eva Svoboda has significant experience assessing and treating individuals with concussion with persistent symptoms, chronic pain or unexplained symptoms, anxiety, stress, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder or who are interested in personal development. She has co-developed memory assessment and intervention tools, a treatment protocol for concussion with persistent symptoms together with Dr. Lombardi, published research and trained many in rehabilitation following brain injury.

Dr. Sabrina Lombardi | Toronto Brain Health

Dr. Sabrina Lombardi

Director, Founding psychologist

Dr. Sabrina Lombardi
is a co-founding psychologist of and director at Toronto Brain Health and is a registered psychologist with signi-ficant experience in rehabilitation. She provides assessment and therapy services for the Concussion treatment program as well as the Psychological Health, Acquired Brain Injury and Healthy Aging and Dementia Services. 

Toronto Brain Health - Dr. Steven Baker

Dr. Steven Baker


Dr. Steven Baker provides assessment and intervention to individuals with brain injury, chronic pain, psychological and neurological conditions, age-related memory changes and dementia. He has conducted assessments of athletes with concussion at the Pan AM concussion clinic in Winnipeg and worked with active-duty and retired RCMP officers experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, and stress-related conditions. He has published research on memory, memory intervention, and cognitive screening tools.

Dr. Lisa Bolshin | Toronto Brain Health

Dr. Lisa Bolshin

Psychologist – On Leave

Dr. Lisa Bolshin
has experience assessing and treating individuals with a variety of neurological and psychological conditions. She believes that the therapeutic approach should be tailored to her clients’ unique needs and works collaboratively with each person. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness Meditation, and other evidence-based approaches as needed.

Dr. Nicole Carson | Toronto Brain Health

Dr. Nicole Carson


Dr. Nicole Carson has a long-standing passion for working with older adults experiencing healthy aging and neurodegenerative conditions (mild cognitive impairment and dementia). She has extensive experience providing neuropsychological assessment, psychological treatment, and cognitive rehabilitation to older adults, as well as psychological support to caregivers of older adults experiencing cognitive and functional changes. Dr. Carson has published research on cognitive assessment and memory intervention in healthy aging and mild cognitive impairment.

Dr. Yael Goldberg | Toronto Brain Health

Dr. Yael Goldberg


Dr. Yael Goldberg has a wealth of experience providing psychological intervention and assessment services to a broad range of individuals and groups. She offers therapy services at Toronto Brain Health with a particular interest in supporting family members who are caregivers to individuals with neurodegenerative disease or acquired brain injury.

Toronto Brain Health - Dr. Shumita Roy

Dr. Shumita Roy


Dr. Shumita Roy is a board-certified neuropsychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). She has experience assessing a wide range of client populations and conditions including individuals with neurological conditions, concussion and acquired brain injury, personality and cognitive changes in dementia, multiple sclerosis, psychological conditions, ADHD, and complex clinical presentations. She firmly believes in using a client-centered approach to all clinical care activities.

Toronto Brain Health - Lindsay Rubinfeld

Dr. Lindsay Rubinfeld


Dr. Lindsay Rubinfeld provides psychological and neuropsychological assessment and treatment services. She works with individuals dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, insomnia, adjustment to chronic health conditions, stress and burnout. She provides cognitive remediation to individuals with acquired brain injury and treatment for concussion with persistent symptoms. Her approach is evidence-based, empathic, collaborative, and tailored to her clients’ unique goals and needs.

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Toronto Brain Health - Lily Jaimes

Lily Jaimes


Lily Jaimes provides psychometric and intake coordination services at Toronto Brain Health. She brings a great deal of experience in the areas of assessment, intervention and service coordination with adults who have sustained a traumatic brain injury as well as with children and adolescents with learning disabilities.

She trained and worked as an Educational Psychologist in Colombia. In 1995, she relocated to Canada, after completing graduate work in the United States (in Special Education).

Toronto Brain Health - Dajana Molodenski

Dajana Molodenski


Ms. Dajana Molodenski received her B.A. degree in Psychology from the University of Belgrade in Serbia. She completed an M.A. in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University in 2016. Ms. Molodenski has been working as a psychometrist since 2009 in various settings. She has provided psychoeducational, mental health and vocational assessments in private practice in Calgary.

Inez Philip | Toronto Brain Health

Inez Philip

Administrative Assistant

Inez Philip is a fourth year undergraduate student at York University. As an Administrative Assistant, she works closely with the Clinic Manager to aid in the facilitation of smooth client services. Inez is currently working towards her bachelor’s of science degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences and has great interest in pursuing a career in the healthcare field.