Elizabeth Shoiry is an accredited neuropsychologist (OPQ), speaker and author who has over 25 years of experience working in the Canadian health and educational sectors, as well as with Canada’s First Nation communities. Elizabeth is a graduate of McGill University and has degrees in Neurobiology and Comparative Physiology, Biopsychology as well as a graduate degree in Educational Psychology and Counseling. She provides expert neuropsychological assessments, workshops for parents, educators, and professionals in the areas of learning disabilities (including NVLD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorders, intervention plans, advocacy, behavior management and assistive technologies. More recently, she has dedicated her time to issues of social justice and second language learning. She continues to practice in the Montreal area (Quebec, Canada).