Dr. Anthony Hutchinson

Dr. Anthony Hutchinson

Assistant Professor of Human Services

416.226.6620 Ext. 2139

PhD, Wilfrid Laurier University
MSW, McMaster University
BSW,York University
BSc, University of Toronto

Areas of Specialization: Clinical Psycho-Social Assessment, Treatment, Supervision & Case Management; Social Determinants of Health; Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion Assessment & Treatment; Court-Certified Street Gang Expert; International Social Policy in areas of Social Inclusion and Sustainable Human Development; International Social, Economic and Cultural Human Rights; Med-Legal Case Consulting; Consulting to Criminal, Family and Civil Litigation Lawyers

Dr. Anthony Hutchinson is a duly licensed Psycho-Social Clinician (Registered Social Worker) with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers as well as a Social & Clinical Epidemiologist. In addition to his current role as Department Head and Program Chair in Health and Human Services at Tyndale University, Dr. Hutchinson oversees Psycho-Social and Epidemiology private practices in Burlington, ON and Newmarket, ON. Dr. Hutchinson is also a Consulting Clinical Director to Peel Children's Aid. Dr. Hutchinson is an Ontario Superior and Court of Justice certified psycho-social-cultural assessment and treatment Expert Witness duly qualified via voir dire (under Judicial authority). Dr. Hutchinson is a widely recognized, court-certified National Street & Youth Gang Expert who often provides valuable commentary to media outlets across Canada. In February 2009, Dr. Hutchinson was awarded the Federal Citation for Citizenship by the Government of Canada's Department of Citizenship and Immigration. In October 2009, Dr. Hutchinson was awarded the Community Development Award by Planet Africa. Dr. Hutchinson's publications appear: in the Canadian Social Work Review; with the United Nations Office of the  High Commissioner for Human Rights; and, at the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. Dr. Hutchinson's dissertation entitled: "Political will as a determinant of health in Ontario: Implications for progressive human services" is available through Scholars Common @ Laurier and registered with Library & Archives Canada (ISBN 978-0-494-16731-1).  

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