Dr. Jennifer Klages
R. Psych. (She/Her)
TEL: (778) 765-4410
FAX: (778) 765-4412
1001-235 1st Ave,
Kamloops, BC, V2C 3J4
Dr. Klages is currently accepting new assessment clients. She does not provide counseling services.
- University of Victoria, B.Sc. (Honours), Psychology
- Dalhousie University, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
- College of Psychologists of B.C., Registration #1797
Areas of Interest:
- Assessment of possible dementias/neurodegenerative disorders (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia, etc.)
- Post-stroke evaluation
- Assessment after brain injury
- Assessment of some neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., ADHD or intellectual disability) in adults. Currently, Dr. Klages is not providing assessments of autism or FASD
- Other issues related to cognitive functioning
Dr. Klages does not provide therapy services.
Dr. Klages moved to Kamloops in 2006 where she worked for Interior Health until July of 2022. She has provided neuropsychological assessments for Tertiary Mental Health adult psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, and neuropsychiatry programs as well as for persons in a psychosocial rehabilitation program. Assessments have included diagnostic clarification regarding possible neurodegenerative disorders, neurodevelopmental disorders, and assessing the impact of major mental health disorders on cognition. She has also provided assessments through the inpatient neurorehabilitation program (e.g., after stroke or brain injury) and for outpatients through the acquired brain injury program. Referrals have included questions around return to school or return to work. She provided assessments for persons in the outpatient Seniors Mental Health program for around 5 years, primarily providing diagnostic clarification regarding possible neurodegenerative disorders.
The cost of an assessment will depend on the purpose and type of assessment requested. Please contact me if you would like to discuss whether this type of assessment is right for you and for an estimation of cost and timeline.
- I acknowledge that my work sites are located in the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc territory that is situated within the unceded, traditional lands of the Secwépemc Nation.