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Trouver du Soutien en Santé Mentale

Le travail en santé mentale est un vaste domaine et il existe de nombreux types de professionnels à explorer! Vous ne savez pas à qui vous adresser? Lisez les explications ci-dessous et voyez ce qui correspond le mieux à vos besoins.

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  • Couple & Family Therapist
    Couple and family therapists practice a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couples in intimate relationships to nurture change and development. It tends to view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members. It emphasizes family relationships as an important factor in psychological health. All couple and family therapists are part of the Quebec Order of Social Workers and Couple and Family Therapists, and if practicing psychotherapy, have a permit to do so under the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. Without the permit, they may practice couple and family intervention, but cannot use the reserved title of psychotherapy. To verify a practitioner's registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Couple & Family Therapist
  • Counsellors
    In Quebec, counselling is not a protected term, meaning that it is not strictly tied to one profession. It is an umbrella term that includes all professionals working in a helping capacity, as opposed to psychotherapy which can only be practiced by psychotherapists or psychologists, practicing under the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. Counsellors will often have a certification from a counselling association, like the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Search for a Counsellors
  • Indigenous Elder and Healer
    Traditional healers refer to health practices, approaches, knowledge and beliefs incorporating indigenous healing and wellness while using ceremonies; plant, animal or mineral-based medicines; energetic therapies; or physical/hands on techniques. Search for a Indigenous Elder and Healer
  • Psychologist
    A psychologist studies how we think, feel and behave from a scientific viewpoint and applies this knowledge to help people understand, explain and change their behavior. All psychologists are part of the Quebec Order of Psychologists and have a permit to practice psychotherapy. To verify a practitioner’s registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Psychologist
  • Sexologist
    Sex therapists help identify, understand and interpret all aspects of sexuality. They listen and seek to clarify people’s needs and expectations, and help find ways to meet them that are fulfilling and in line with individuality and dignity, as well as personal and social responsibility. ​ Sex therapists engage in the design, actualization, consultation, analysis and assessment of human sexuality. They determine and implement sexology plans for educational, preventive and counseling purposes aimed at the improvement, maintenance and restoration of sexual health. ​ All sexologists are part of the Quebec Order of Sexologists. To verify a practitioner’s registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Sexologist
  • Social Worker
    Social workers are concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. It aims to help people develop their skills and their ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve problems. Social work is concerned with individual and personal problems but also with broader social issues such as poverty, unemployment, and domestic violence. All social workers are part of the Quebec Order of Social Workers and Couple and Family Therapists. To verify a practitioner’s registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Social Worker
  • Couple & Family Therapist
    Couple and family therapists practice a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couples in intimate relationships to nurture change and development. It tends to view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members. It emphasizes family relationships as an important factor in psychological health. All couple and family therapists are part of the Quebec Order of Social Workers and Couple and Family Therapists, and if practicing psychotherapy, have a permit to do so under the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. Without the permit, they may practice couple and family intervention, but cannot use the reserved title of psychotherapy. To verify a practitioner's registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Couple & Family Therapist
  • Counsellors
    In Quebec, counselling is not a protected term, meaning that it is not strictly tied to one profession. It is an umbrella term that includes all professionals working in a helping capacity, as opposed to psychotherapy which can only be practiced by psychotherapists or psychologists, practicing under the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. Counsellors will often have a certification from a counselling association, like the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Search for a Counsellors
  • Indigenous Elder and Healer
    Traditional healers refer to health practices, approaches, knowledge and beliefs incorporating indigenous healing and wellness while using ceremonies; plant, animal or mineral-based medicines; energetic therapies; or physical/hands on techniques. Search for a Indigenous Elder and Healer
  • Psychologist
    A psychologist studies how we think, feel and behave from a scientific viewpoint and applies this knowledge to help people understand, explain and change their behavior. All psychologists are part of the Quebec Order of Psychologists and have a permit to practice psychotherapy. To verify a practitioner’s registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Psychologist
  • Sexologist
    Sex therapists help identify, understand and interpret all aspects of sexuality. They listen and seek to clarify people’s needs and expectations, and help find ways to meet them that are fulfilling and in line with individuality and dignity, as well as personal and social responsibility. ​ Sex therapists engage in the design, actualization, consultation, analysis and assessment of human sexuality. They determine and implement sexology plans for educational, preventive and counseling purposes aimed at the improvement, maintenance and restoration of sexual health. ​ All sexologists are part of the Quebec Order of Sexologists. To verify a practitioner’s registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Sexologist
  • Social Worker
    Social workers are concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. It aims to help people develop their skills and their ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve problems. Social work is concerned with individual and personal problems but also with broader social issues such as poverty, unemployment, and domestic violence. All social workers are part of the Quebec Order of Social Workers and Couple and Family Therapists. To verify a practitioner’s registration, use their permit number found on their personal page. Search for a Social Worker
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