Rose-Anne St-Paul (she/them)
As a guidance counselor and psychotherapy intern with training and experience in different approaches, my practice is trauma-informed, non-judgemental and non-directional. How we proceed will be determined based on your needs and what you hope to get out of our time together. I support clients in honing their strengths, finding new ways to communicate their needs and engage in their relationships, and setting up their personal systems to reach their goals – especially when these goals include more rest.
I have always been passionate about psychology and social engagement. My approach is adapted to people who do care work in a formal or informal capacity. In short, the settings in which I have found and still find myself to be involved in!
I pay particular attention to the issues of accessibility to mental health care by members of my communities and anyone who experience systemic discrimination.
If you are also interested in (different fees):
Two people coaching: I prioritize pairs of people who are part of each others’ network of support and would love to learn how to better communicate their needs, listen and grow with one another. For example: friends, people who are co-parenting, roommates.
Group workshops: I facilitate groups on a variety of themes for people who are on a waiting list to access care.
We can book a 20 minutes call to see if working together would be a good fit. It will be my pleasure to meet you where you are.
French, English, Haitian Créole
Identifies as trans:
Currently accepting new clients:
Offers a waitlist for potential clients:
Accessible facilities the space offers:
Offers services remotely:
Offers attestation letters for trans individuals:
Mandates / coverage accepted:
Accepts barter/trades as a payment option:
Profession(s) regulated by an order/requiring a permit:
Profession(s) not regulated by an order/requiring a permit:
Member of association(s):
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA), Ordre des Conseillers et Conseillères d'Orientation du Québec
Provides services for:
Young adults (ages 18-25), Adults (ages 26-64)
Anxiety, Domestic Violence, Family Conflict, Grief, Life and/or Work, Coaching, Racial Identity, Self Esteem, Self-Harming, Stress, Suicidal Ideation, Trauma and PTSD, Ambivalence
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Coaching, Culturally Sensitive, Emotionally Focused, Feminist, Mindfulness-Based (MBCT), Person-Centered, Strength-Based, Trauma Focused