Amélie Paulus is a doctoral student in psychology at University of Montreal – her practice is based on an integrative model influenced by the intersubjective humanist approach. She is interested in psychological assessment and psychotherapy for teens and young adults struggling with a variety of emotional and cognitive challenges.

As a therapist, her style is compassionate, warm and open, which allow for the co-creation a collaborative space conducive to the deployment of everyone’s resources. She also emphasizes exploring and understanding felt emotions, which she believes to be guides for what is most important to us as individuals.

Other Projects: Amélie Paulus’s research interests are diverse. Her doctoral essay focuses on identity, emotional regulation and the search for meaning and congruence at work in relation to burnout. She is also interested in factors contributing to individual well-being.