Andréanne Laframboise is currently completing her PhD at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) where she gained experience in clinical and organizational psychology.

Her therapeutic approach focuses on cultivating resiliency, compassion, connection, and awareness in order to create real, and lasting change for her clients. She integrates her experience and training in existential-humanistic approach, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness and motivational interviewing to support her clients.

In addition to her clinical work, she facilitates workshops and trainings on stress and anxiety reduction and valued living based on ACT as well as other organizational mandates.

Andréanne is committed to meeting and guiding her clients exactly where they are in their lives. Whether her clients are struggling with anxiety and depression, stress and exhaustion, existential questioning and distress, identity and self-esteem problems, difficult relationships (personal or professional) or transition periods and difficult life transitions, she supports their efforts to overcome their difficulties and to cultivate a meaningful and fulfilling life.

Embarking on a healing and growth journey requires commitment along with an open, courageous heart. Andréanne is committed to fostering a safe, collaborative and non-judgmental space where transformation and growth can be experienced in a mindful, playful and compassionate way.

Alongside her formal education she has pursued her own personal and professional growth, through mindfulness meditation, somatics, energy medicine, transformational healing, self-study, coaching, clinical supervision, community practice and training.

Her own mindfulness journey has opened her eyes and heart to create and cultivate a profoundly meaningful, authentic and connected way of living. Andréanne practices in both French and English.