Guillaume Larivière-Durocher, M.A., (Qualifying)
Guillaume holds a master’s degree in psychoeducation from Université Laval. He is a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. In addition to his involvement with IFCEO, Guillaume works as an addiction counsellor and psychotherapist at the Centre régional de santé mentale et toxicomanie de Prescott-Russell. He is accustomed to working with adolescents and adults experiencing difficulties with substance use or other addictive behaviours, anxiety and/or depressive symptoms, grief, interpersonal relationships, and the effects of past trauma. What’s most important in Guillaume’s approach to therapy is the human aspect. As such, he meets his clients with an integrated, person-centred approach to promoting their fulfillment and well-being.
Balance is important for maintaining healthy mental health, which is why Guillaume enjoys a variety of hobbies outside work: soccer, cycling, chess, music, time with family and friends, and reading.