Clinical sexology intern
Having a bachelor's degree as well as a master's degree in psychology (University of Montreal; London South Bank University), Nadine is currently a trainee in the master's degree in clinical sexology at the Université du Québec iàn Montréal. She offers services in psychodynamic and humanist-existential approaches, for which she applies concepts creatively to fit the challenges of her clients.
With over six years of experience in community intervention, Nadine has worked
mainly in sexual and relational violence, as well as with 2SLGBTQIAP+ people and people who belong to diverse cultural and religious affiliations.
Being part of cultural and religious diversity herself, Nadine is sensitive to intersections and challenges that marginalized groups are facing, a sensitivity that has developed all the more throughout her academic and professional career. Consequently, she works to apply feminist, intersectional, inclusive and anti-oppressive values to her therapeutic approach. Her work is guided by the subjectivity of her clients and by developing an authentic, collaborative, respectful and empathetic alliance.
Beyond sexual and relational violence, as well as the specific challenges of sexual and gender diversity, her interests include the diversity of eroticisms, non-monogamous relational configurations, sex work, sexual dysfunctions and mental health issues (e.g., self-esteem, anxiety, depression and personality disorder).
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