" Holder of a bachelor's degree in sexology and a clinical master's degree in sexology from the University of Quebec in Montreal, my academic training has allowed me to vary my presence and my support as a sexual health professional in different settings. I had the opportunity to work with diverse clienteles, particularly in schools and the public at the Clinique de sexologie de l'UQÀM.
Through my experience, I have developed a particular interest in intercultural issues, sexual desire and sexual racism. Sensitive and authentic themes to be worked on both individually and in pairs.
In my therapeutic space, I use cognitive-behavioral and systemic approaches, in addition to integrating the principles of the anti-oppressive and affirmative approach to diversity.
I hope that my interventions, prioritizing active listening, empathy and openness, can help you in the commitment that therapy represents."
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Adult (ages 25-64), Youth (ages 12-24), Older adult (65 and up), Couple
Addiction, Adoption, Anxiety, Domestic Violence, Emotional Issues and Disorders, Family Conflict, Parenting, Peer Relationships, Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum, Racial Identity, Relationship Issues, Sex Therapy, Sexual Violence, Sexuality and Gender Issues, Stress, Trauma and PTSD
Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Cognitive Processing (CPT), Family Systems, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), Anti-oppressive and affirmative approach for diversity