Haravena Hervé (she/her)
" Having recently obtained a bachelor's degree in sexology from the University of Quebec in Montreal, I have been able to develop, over the years, an understanding and a broader vision of what human sexuality is and all its facets. My experience as a psychosocial health worker and as a facilitator of sexological workshops in recent years has allowed me to confirm that the helping relationship is something that has always fascinated me. During my professional training, I was lucky enough to be chosen as an intern at La Maison d'Haïti, in the St-Michel district of Montreal. I worked there with a multicultural clientele, mostly Haitian. Being myself of Haitian origin, I was able to create openness within the community around the taboos surrounding sexuality. This led me to deepen my sexological knowledge and my skills in helping relationships.
Comfortable working with a range of different clienteles, I mainly follow up on helping relationships in individual contexts. That said, I am also open to doing couple counseling. The clienteles I usually work with are teenagers and adults. My goal is to offer you a safe space, without any trace of judgment. You will find with me the listening and the respect that are necessary to allow you to express yourself freely."
English, French, Haitian Créole
Profession(s) regulated by an order/requiring a permit:
Black woman/Canadian of Haitian origin
Identifies as LGBTQ2S+:
Identifies as trans:
Profession(s) not regulated by an order/requiring a permit:
Member of association(s):
Provides services for:
Teenagers (ages 14-17), Young adults (ages 18-25), Adults (ages 26-64), Couple
Anxiety, Domestic Violence, Emotional Issues and Disorders, Peer Relationships, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sexual Violence, Spirituality, Stress
Counseling (Relation d'aide)