Our bilingual team

Dr. Anne-Karine Gauthier Ph.D.

Dr. Anne-Karine Gauthier, Ph.D., is a neuropsychologist and a member of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec since 2008. She holds a Ph.D. in Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology from the Université de Montréal. Her doctoral thesis focused on sleep disorders in children and adolescents with anxiety disorders. Dr. Gauthier completed her internships in neurology at the Ste-Justine University Hospital and in psychiatry at the Montreal Mental Health Institute. She has also developed expertise with the population who suffered a traumatic brain injury. Dr. Gauthier is certified by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiners for the use of the American Medical Association’s Guide to Assessing Permanent Impairment, 6th edition. In addition, she is currently enrolled in the DESS in Insurance Medecine and Medicolegal Expertise at the Université de Montréal.

As part of her clinical practice, Dr. Gauthier works with children, adolescents and adults with neurological, psychiatric and learning disabilities. She offers neuropsychological assessment services in English and French. Moreover, she acts as an expert in various independent neuropsychological assessments.

In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Gauthier teaches neuropsychology at the Université du Québec en Outaouais, at the doctoral levels. She also offers clinical supervision services to students as well as to psychologists or neuropsychologists.

Finally, Dr. Gauthier offers conferences to schools, daycare centres and other settings wishing to improve their knowledge of neuropsychology and its disorders.

Dr. Vanessa Lamy Landry D.Psy.

Dr. Vanessa Lamy Landry obtained her doctorate degree (D.Psy.) from l’Université du Québec en Outaouais and is a member of l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec since 2016. Her doctoral essay focused on the impact of attachment on relational satisfaction in a context of long-distance romantic relationships. She completed her internships at the Health Psychology Clinic at the Montfort Hospital and the CSSS of Papineau.

Dr. Lamy Landry works with adults struggling with a variety of issues, such as anxiety or mood disorders, chronic health conditions or illnesses, poor self-esteem or relational problems. Her interventions are mainly based on cognitive-behavioral and experiential approaches, and are adapted according to the difficulties and needs presented by her clients.

Jessica TurgeoN

Jessica Turgeon is a psychoeducator and Member of the Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec (OPPQ). Her master’s thesis examined the relationship between childhood maltreatment and emotion recognition in adulthood. Ms. Turgeon is currently pursuing her doctoral studies in psychology (research) at the University of Québec at Trois-Rivières.

Her clinical internships and her experience as a social worker have allowed her to work with various clienteles and to familiarize herself with various issues, including anxiety disorders, behavioral disorders and attachment disorders. Ms. Turgeon is currently working on a book chapter regarding the psychoeducational assessment of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as well as a systematic review of best practices for children with developmental delays.

Her community involvement and academic background won her the Lieutenant Governor’s Youth Medal in 2018. Ms. Turgeon uses an ecosystem approach, where she analyzes the interactions between individuals and their environment. She will begin her independent practice at CENO to provide support in stress management, social skills, Attention Deficit Disorder with or without hyperactivity, emotion management, parent-child attachment relationships, and parenting skills.

Dr. Nerehis Tzivanopoulos, D.Psy.

Nerehis Tzivanopoulos obtained her doctorate degree from the Université du Québec en Outaouais, in clinical neuropsychology. For her doctoral dissertation, she studied the impact of sleep deprivation on social judgments, particularly on judgments of trustworthiness.

Nerehis completed her first internship at the Brockville Mental Health Centre, in the Forensic Treatment Unit. During this time, she assessed the cognitive profiles and functioning of patients suffering from various disorders, including personality disorders, acquired brain injuries, psychiatric conditions and dementia. Her second internship took place at the Elisabeth-Bruyère Hospital, in the Memory Program, Ambulatory Stroke Clinic, and Geriatric Day Hospital.

In addition to her clinical training, Nerehis has acquired experience as a behaviour therapist in rehabilitation at the Ottawa Rehabilitation Centre where she worked with patients with acquired brain injuries.  She also currently works as a clinical research coordinator with patients affected by Parkinson’s Disease. Based on her experience and expertise, Nerehis currently works with adolescents and adults with neurological, psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders.