Asst. Clin. Prof (adj.) specializing in ADHD & ASD
Alina Kislenko is a Registered Psychotherapist and Asst. Clinical Professor (adj.) in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioural Neuroscience at a top medical school. She specializing in ADHD, Autism, & Gftedness. She was diagnosed with both ADHD & ASD herself in adulthood. Alina is also an international speaker, writer, and founder of the ADHD & Spectrum Centres in Guelph and Ottawa in Canada, which she now runs with her husband Matt Goetz, a fellow therapist and ADHDer/Autistic. She also founded the not for profit Women Trailblazing that helps women in poverty build entrepreneur and tech skills as well as spread mental health awareness.
Alina has won several awards for her work in the field, including the Woman of Distinction Award and the Mayor’s Award. She was diagnosed with ADHD in her early 20s and sees it as a superpower that she wouldn’t give up for anything!
She lives to help others with neurodiversity learn to drive their Ferrari minds and harness their special abilities.