Sharon Blott, R. Psych. (#2601)

Sharon Blott is a Registered Psychologist with more than 23 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She graduated from the University of Alberta in 1993 and completed a Master of Education degree with a specialization in Educational Psychology.  In addition, Ms. Blott completed a Bachelor of Social Welfare degree from the University of Calgary in 1986.  
Ms. Blott worked for over 10 years within public and private school systems before entering private practice in 2010.  Her work is based on a holistic and client-centered approach, and she strives to help clients understand and overcome their barriers to learning. Ms. Blott’s areas of expertise include learning disabilities, giftedness, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder assessments for individuals of all ages.  She takes a special interest in working with adults and families where a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder has been overlooked.  Her reports are comprehensive, and evidence-based recommendations allow families to move forward with a concrete treatment plan.  In addition to her registration in Alberta, Ms. Blott has also been registered in British Columbia since 2021.
Ms. Blott currently serves on the RASC Committee, assisting in approving the supervision plans of new provisional psychologists with the College of Alberta Psychologists, and previously sat on the Oral Examination Committee.  She has supervised numerous provisional psychologists, all of whom have gone onto successful school psychology careers throughout Canada.  She is a member of the College of Alberta Psychologists, the Psychological Association of Alberta, and the College of BC Psychologists. In her spare time, Ms. Blott enjoys spending time with her family, completing genealogy research, and playing the accordion.