Mr. Kojo Mintah is a psychology resident completing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology at York University.
He has worked with adults to treat a range of clinical issues. Among other issues, these include difficulties with anxiety, depression, social functioning and trauma, and difficulties managing ADHD symptoms. Mr. Mintah’s goal is to use only current, evidence-based therapies to address clients’ needs.
Mr. Mintah’s process begins with carefully listening to his clients’ particular concerns. He then seeks to better understand his clients through a brief assessment of their personal strengths and weaknesses. After gaining this understanding of his clients, Mr. Mintah collaborates with them on a treatment plan designed to improve their overall functioning, happiness, and life satisfaction.
Mr. Mintah’s therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and other evidence-based methods and therapies such as Mindfulness-Based methods, and Acceptance And Commitment Therapy (ACT).
In addition to adults, Mr. Mintah has treated common mental health issues among adolescents and children. He has trained in therapy, and in psychoeducational and neuropsychological assessment, across hospital, private practice, and community settings, namely at the Hospital for Sick Children, Centre for Interpersonal Relationships, and York University Psychology Clinic.
Mr. Mintah has presented psychology research at over 15 national and international academic conferences. He has published research in the Journal of Personality and Individual Differences. His research has focused generally on the social functioning of young adults with autism, ADHD, or head injuries.
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