I am a clinical psychologist and member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec.
During my doctoral studies, I completed three internships at University of Montreal’s psychology clinic and a year-long internship at the Jewish General Hospital. Throughout these experiences, I worked with adults and young adults that presented with anxiety and mood disorders, self-esteem issues, chronic pain, and interpersonal difficulties.
I offer services to individuals 20 years and up in English or French. I have basic knowledge of Spanish.
Appointments can be in person, online or by telephone.
**In-person sessions are currently suspended**
(excerpts from RateMDs)
"She is genuine, with a great sense of humour, she is warm, and I felt very safe and cared for in her space. During our time together, she was able to challenge me while being super compassionate. I appreciated her intuitive guidance through our sessions, so that she wasn't rigidly stuck to a "plan" but was open to allowing our work to take on a natural flow."
" I find her approach compassionate and genuinely caring as well as professional and to the point."
Some reasons to request a session
Excessive worries affecting you on a daily basis?
Avoiding situations or objects?
Fearful of being judged by others?
Sad most of the time?
Loss of enthusiasm for activities you normally enjoy?
Sleep and appetite changes?
Difficulty concentrating and more forgetful?
Thoughts of harming yourself?
Misunderstandings or conflicts?
Difficulty communicating effectively?
Having trouble asserting your limits?
Physical and emotional exhaustion due to excessive work-related stress?
Loss of motivation at work?
Can't seem to recharge your batteries even after a vacation?
Feel like you can never get ahead in your work and this is decreasing your sense of competency?
Very critical of yourself?
Feel like you are not living up to your expectations?
Constantly belittling yourself?