I graduated in Psychology from Annamalai University in India in 1990. I have worked as a school psychologist in India and as an overseas student advisor with the department of state in Malaysia. I completed my training and internship in Couple and family therapy at Jewish General Hospital in Montreal in 2015.During my internship, I worked with patients and their families with acute and chronic psychiatric illness.As a member of the cultural consultation service, I worked with immigrant and refugee families from South Asia. I am a clinical fellow member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Issues with one’s identity are often expressed as symtoms of depression or anxiety or a combination of both. These symptoms are coupled with difficulties in forming a relationship with the system, for example with parents, siblings, school, partners or workplace.I have specialized in working with teens, adolescents and families with multi-cultural identity.
I have well-developed competencies in using a systemic approach to therapy and I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral therapy and Neurofeedback based mindfulness therapy approaches to treat GAD, ADHD, OCD and other anxiety related conditions. I am multi lingual and conduct therapy in English, French, Tamil and Hindi.
License, Certifications & Awards
- Registered Marriage and Family Therapist
- Registerd Psychotherapist