Dr. H. Jane Storrie, Clinical Neuropsychologist
Dr. Storrie is a registered Psychologist in the province of Ontario, with specializations in the practice of clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology, and rehabilitation psychology.
She received her Honours B.A. in Psychology from Brock University, and her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Biological Psychology at the University of Waterloo. She completed her residency in Clinical Neuropsychology at Chedoke-McMaster Hospitals. Dr. Storrie has had clinical staff experience in acute, rehabilitation and continuing care hospitals, including Hamilton Health Sciences, Sunnybrook Health Science Centre, Runnymede Hospital and West Park Hospital. She has also had experience in home-based brain injury rehabilitation programs at the management level.
Dr. Storrie is a founding partner of Storrie, Velikonja and Associates (SVA), where she provides adult and senior psychological assessment and treatment services, including psychotherapy. Her particular areas of interest include the treatment of PTSD and other occupational stressors in first responders (police, fire, paramedic, correctional officers), members of the military and veterans, the treatment of grief and bereavement, and neurorehabilitation post-acquired brain injury (ABI, stroke, neurological disorders). Prior to SVA, she was a founding partner of Function First Neurorehabilitation in Toronto.
Dr. Storrie also provides consultation services to first responder organizations and correctional services, hospital-based inpatient and residential programs, and disability management agencies. With Inspector Sue Biggs, she was a founder of the Organizational Wellness Unit for Halton Regional Police Services.
She is a former President of the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA), the Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment (CAPDA) and the Hamilton Medical-Legal Society. She spent two decades as a member of Hamilton Health Science’s Clinical Neuropsychology Internship Committee. In 2019, Dr. Storrie retired as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences at McMaster University after 25 years. She has been awarded Diplomate Emeritus status with the American Board of Disability Analysts (ABDA).