Catherine Gosselin-Leclerc creates a safe space to establish a collaborative relationship with you, so together you can work on exploring your beliefs, your experiences, your struggles, and your inner world. She is non-judgemental, open-minded and is guided by ethical psychological prinicples.
Catherine has an integrative approach mainly focused on psychodynamic and humanistic methods. One of her professional values is to adapt to your individual needs and pace.
Catherine works with children, adolescents and adults. She offers individual, family and couple therapy as well as psychological assessment.
Catherine’s Specialties include:
- Adaptation difficulties (personal, family, school, and social)
- Relational difficulties
- Self-esteem, self-confidence
- Stress management
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Eating disorders
- Anxiety disorders, phobias, panic
- Mood disorders
- Sleep difficulties
- Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
Training and Education:
Catherine is currently a Doctoral candidate in Psychology at the University of Quebec in Montreal. (UQAM). She completed an internship at the Center de Services Psychologiques de l’UQAM where she worked with children, families, and adults doing psychological assessment and psychotherapy. In addition, she is trained in therapeutic evaluation which is characterized by its collaborative aspect and which includes brief therapeutic interventions.