Dr. Srinivas provides therapy, assessment, training, and consultation virtually throughout Ontario*, using videoconference technology that is user-friendly and compliant with the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA). She also provides training and consultation in-person in the Ottawa area.

* Research demonstrates that virtual delivery of psychological services is generally associated with good user satisfaction, can be used for a variety of therapeutic formats with diverse populations, and has similar outcomes as compared with face-to-face services.


Dr. Srinivas provides therapy to adults experiencing a broad spectrum of mental health concerns. These include: anxiety, depression, trauma- and adjustment-related stress, moral injury, grief, interpersonal difficulties, and emotion dysregulation.

Her primary treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure (PE), and Adaptive Disclosure (AD). She will work with you to determine the best treatment option based on your needs and goals.

Click below to view research on the efficacy of the above treatment modalities.


Dr. Srinivas provides psychological assessment for adults. Assessments are tailored to your specific needs and/or referral questions. Options include comprehensive diagnostic assessment as well as briefer assessments for diagnostic clarification or treatment planning. Dr. Srinivas can provide psychodiagnostic and disability assessments for Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC).

Please note that Dr. Srinivas does not currently provide assessments for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or learning difficulties. 

Training & Consultation

Dr. Srinivas provides training and consultation for several different professional groups. Depending on your individual or team needs, she can provide training or consultation on a one-time or ongoing basis. While training typically occurs in a group format and tends to be more didactic in nature, consultation can occur in a group or individual format and involves application of principles covered in training, discussion of particular client cases or client programming, and/or skill development.

She currently provides training and consultation in the following areas:

For mental health clinicians:

For service providers (e.g., victim advocates, law enforcement officers, legal professionals, immigration officers, civil servants, legislative representatives):