I received my PhD in Psychology at York University, Toronto, Ontario, and currently run a full-time pracitce in psychotherapy and counselling in Toronto.
Apart from my full time practice, I've held teaching positions at McMaster University (Hamilton), Glendon College (York University, Toronto) and the Ontario Bible College (now Tyndale College) in Ontario, Canada. I regularly speak at conferences and seminars including those hosted by the Children's Aid Society, Foster Parent's Associations, Intercultural Ministries (with SIM International) and the Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse Network (please see "Itinerary" below for more information).
I've had the privilege of holding various elected positions, including being Chair of the Board of Elders at my church, President of the Board of Directors of a non-profit charitable organization offering day care and counselling to the community. I've also been the Pastor to seniors at a church in Scarborough, Ontario, and Senior Interim Pastor to another congregation, also in Scarborough. Currently, I'm also an ordained minister and a senior pastor at a church in Scarborough
In my practice, I provide psychotherapy and counselling for:
Cost of psychotherapy operates according to a sliding fee scale based on income. Please note that services are for supportive counselling and not for diagnostic purposes. For more information, call my office in Toronto or Scarborough at (416) 233-3434 or e-mail me at the address below.
Timothy K. Quek, PhD
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Why do children lie? Why does anyone lie for that matter? In this article, I describe some of the motivations for lying, and provides practical advice for parents when dealing with a lying child. For that matter, this article helps even adults who want to understand why adults lie.
Please note that the articles above are for general information only, and
are not meant to suggest diagnosis or treatment.
Last Updated November 19, 2004