Sooma nutrition - Amélie Poiron

Amélie Poiron, M. A

Registered Clinical Psychologist

Doctoral Equivalent

Amélie Poiron, M. A

Clinical Psychologist

Doctoral Equivalent

Clinical Approach

Psychodynamic
Integrative
Behavioral and Systemic
Humanistic

Specialties

Eating disorders
Depression
Anxiety
Relational difficulties
Emotional difficulties
Self-esteem difficulties

After several years of experience in France, where she graduated in psychology in 2014, Amélie settled in Montreal and became a Member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec in 2019 and a Member of the College of Alberta Psychologists in 2020.


She exercises an integrative approach in psychotherapy, combining the principles of the psychodynamic current, centered on the understanding of which antecedent experiences and influences affect our present feelings and our relationships with others, and a humanist approach, encouraging each person to draw on their resources and creativity. It feels important to her to respect the rhythm and needs of each person and to provide a caring space.

 

Convinced that an integrative and creative approach makes it possible to better support people in their wholeness and their singularity, she remains open to enrichment from other schools of thought (CBT and systemic) to adapt to the specific needs of each individual. During sessions, which take place in a caring and secure environment,  she helps clients to better understand themselves and to mobilize their own inner resources to achieve their objectives.

 

She works with adults and adolescents aged 13 and over. She also offers support to parents through parental guidance to strengthen their educational skills.

 

Her interventions mainly focus on eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relational, emotional and self-esteem difficulties. Her specialization in eating disorders is supported by extensive experience in this field.

After several years of experience in France, where she graduated in psychology in 2014, Amélie settled in Montreal and became a Member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec in 2019 and a Member of the College of Alberta Psychologists in 2020.


She exercises an integrative approach in psychotherapy, combining the principles of the psychodynamic current, centered on the understanding of which antecedent experiences and influences affect our present feelings and our relationships with others, and a humanist approach, encouraging each person to draw on their resources and creativity. It feels important to her to respect the rhythm and needs of each person and to provide a caring space. Convinced that an integrative and creative approach makes it possible to better support people in their wholeness and their singularity, she remains open to enrichment from other schools of thought (CBT and systemic) to adapt to the specific needs of each individual. During sessions, which take place in a caring and secure environment,  she helps clients to better understand themselves and to mobilize their own inner resources to achieve their objectives.

She works with adults and adolescents aged 13 and over. She also offers support to parents through parental guidance to strengthen their educational skills.

Her interventions mainly focus on eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relational, emotional and self-esteem difficulties. Her specialization in eating disorders is supported by extensive experience in this field.