Our bilingual team
Dr. Anne-Karine Gauthier Ph.D.
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. 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.
As part of her clinical practice, Dr. Ouimet works with children and adolescents with various neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity / impulsivity, learning disabilities, etc.). She offers neuropsychological assessment services in English and French.
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.