Veronique completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Ottawa. She completed her pre-doctoral residency in a joint position between the Centre for Psychological Services and Research and The Montfort Hospital. She is a bilingual therapist who provides services to couples and adult individuals.  Her clinical interests include mood and anxiety disorders, trauma and post-traumatic stress, adjustment to illness or health conditions, perinatal concerns, and relationship difficulties.

In her clinical work, Veronique strives to foster a warm and safe climate of collaboration with her clients. She values the importance of openness, acceptance, respect, and compassion in the development of her relationships with her clients. Veronique uses an integrative approach to psychotherapy based on her training in emotionally focused, cognitive behavioural, experiential, and interpersonal approaches, which helps her tailor her treatment in collaboration with and according to her client’s needs and goals.

Veronique acquired experience in assessment and intervention in various settings including the Centre for Psychological Services and Research, The Clarence-Rockland Family Health Team, and The Montfort Hospital (Health Psychology & Mental Health Outpatient units). She continues her professional development through supervision, workshops, and conferences. At OCFI, she is supervised by Dr. Marlene Best. Veronique also works at the Orleans Psychological Health Team