Yasmina Lallemand, M.Ps.
2374 avenue Hampton – Montréal, H4A 2K6 (Québec) – Canada
2) Saint-Lambert (South shore of Montréal):
620 rue Notre Dame, Saint-Lambert, J4P 2L1 (Québec) – Canada
Member of the Ordre des Psychologues du Quebec (OPQ)
I am a bilingual clinical psychologist (French and English) and psychotherapist with a solid and rich international clinical experience in mental health and physical health in France, Great Britain and Québec. I work with a wide variety of Francophone and Anglophone patients from very different cultural backgrounds: adults, young adults, teenagers, couples, seniors, veterans, refugees, immigrants suffering from: Depression – anxiety – post-traumatic stress disorder – sexual and physical abuse – psychological and / or sexual harassment – burnout – traumas – chronic pain – difficulties in adapting to diagnosis – separation – bereavement – relationship difficulties – career changes – life transitions – psychological issues related to immigration and uprooting – existential crisis – the place of spirituality in the process of personal growth and healing. I work with a significant number of highly sensitive patients. My therapeutic approach is integrative as I have trained in different theoretical models such as: psychodynamics, cognitive and behavioural therapy, schema therapy and EMDR. I am myself a highly sensitive person.
Philippe Lapointe, MPs, Clinical Psychologist
I am specialized in difficulties related to : anxiety, mood, adaptation and relations. I have a special interest in helping adults that are Highly Sensative. Therapy in french. Licensed psychologist. Member of Ordre des psychologues du Québec. I’m also a HSP.
Susan Meindl, MA
Ordre des Psychologies du Quebec (OPQ) Psychologist
4631 Sherbrooke St. W. Suite #4, Westmount/Montreal Quebec, Canada H32 1G2
514-261-0591 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Experienced in treating Highly Sensitive and introverted adults. Specializing in issues of life transitions and creative development. Understanding of the the challenges of life as a gifted adult or young adult. Special interest in grad school or workplace burnout. Psychodynamic “Depth Psychology” approach: Knowledge of Freudian and Jungian Analytic approaches and Dabrowski’s “Theory of Positive Disintegration”.
Therapy in English or French. Licensed psychologist: Receipts for insurance.