Dr. Joe Flanders is the founder and director of MindSpace and an assistant professor in the McGill University Psychology Department. Dr. Flanders offers Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy to individuals, groups, and organizations. Dr. Flanders works with clients in English and in French.
Carl Lemieux is a partner at MindSpace and managing director of MindSpace @ work. Carl offers MindSpace clients cultural transformation services, executive coaching, leadership development, all of which leverage mindfulness as a strategic lever to enhance organizational and human potential. He works with clients in both English and French.
Dr. St-Jean believes that the road in psychotherapy begins by creating a non-judgemental and open space to meet clients where they are at this moment in their life. She also believes that a practical and active approach is helpful to help clients pursue their goals, reduce their stress, feel better, and adjust with more serenity to the challenges of working and personal life. Her clinical approach is cognitive-behavioral, but she draws from other therapeutic approaches to adjust to the specific needs of each client, whether in the context of therapy or coaching.
Dr. Sarah Roberts is a licensed clinical psychologist. At MindSpace, she provides individual psychotherapy, individual and group mindfulness training, and corporate mindfulness training. Dr. Roberts works with clients primarily in English.
Dr. Julien Lacaille is a licensed psychologist at the MindSpace Clinic. He offers psychotherapy (mindfulness-based CBT and ACT) as well as mindfulness training in both French and English. In his work with clients, he is collaborative, compassionate, and experiential, working from the premise that no matter the difficulties, there is more right than wrong with his clients.
Dr. Thériault is a licensed clinical psychologist and a member of the Quebec Order of Psychologists. At Mindspace, she offers individual psychotherapy as well as mindfulness training in both French and English. Her practice is tailored to her clients’ unique needs, and emphasizes therapeutic alliance, placing the client-therapist relationship at the very heart of the therapeutic process. She works with clients experiencing a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, adjusting to life transitions or relationship problems.
Dr. Sébastien Nguyen is a licensed clinical psychologist, member of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec. He offers assistance with difficulties related to stress, emotions, relationships, identity, and adjustments to important life transitions. He also teaches mindfulness meditation to groups and individuals from various backgrounds. Sébastien’s practice is accessible and welcoming. He works in both French and English.
Manon is a qualified MBSR mindfulness teacher, trained by the team of Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts’s Medical School. She teaches in Canada and abroad. She gives workshops and conferences to businesses, schools, hospitals and prisons, and offers individual mindfulness training. Manon works in English and French.
Nida is a PhD candidate in Clinical Psychology at McGill University. Her therapeutic orientation draws from elements of cognitive, and dialectical behavioural therapies, as well as process-oriented and mindfulness-based approaches. Nida believes that the process of change starts with a meaningful and collaborative therapeutic relationship. Drawing on this philosophy Nida will work with you to better understand your needs and help you achieve your goals. She practices primarily in English.
Christiane Quoibion (MPs) has been a psychologist in private practice for 26 years. She considers daily mindfulness and compassion practice to be essential to well-being and to promoting access to interior resources and healing.
Alyssa Herzig is a therapist at Mindspace who works primarily with individual adults. Alyssa’s therapeutic approach is strongly grounded in mindfulness and acceptance, and is founded in empowering individuals with the understanding and skills to acknowledge and to let go of painful patterns and programs learned from trauma, conditioning, and socialization and to move into thriving, connection, and presence.