Biography

I am a licensed psychologist and a member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec. I have a
Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from McGill University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and
English from McGill University. I have offered workshops in the areas of career planning, perfectionism and
procrastination, and behavioural interventions with special needs.

I am currently working as a psychologist at the senior campus of Peter Hall School, a school for students aged 11-21 who have intellectual disabilities and/or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) with or without associated physical disabilities. In addition, I have participated in assessments designed to aid in diagnosing ASDs at the West Montreal Readaptation Centre.

My other work experiences include McGill University’s Psychology Department, Concordia University’s Counselling and Development Centre, the CLSC René Cassin, St. Mary’s Hospital, and The Montreal Centre for Anxiety and Depression. I also have experience teaching English as a second language.

In my private practice, I serve a multicultural population, and practice using a holistic approach with a focus on
Emotion-focused and Cognitive-Behavioural techniques, as well as Mindfulness elements.