Célestine Stevens is a PsyD candidate in psychology at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and a doctoral affiliate of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the Université du Québec en Outaouais.
Célestine has experience with victims of sexual assault, trauma and personality disorders. She has also worked with people suffering from a wide range of difficulties including but not limited to anxiety, depression, relationship issues and developmental issues. She shares her time between Connecte and a federal penitentiary, where she also practices psychotherapy. Célestine’s approach to psychotherapy is inspired by Humanistic and CBT principles. She was also trained by Dr. Alain Brunet to practice Reconsolidation therapy for victims of trauma and adjustment disorders.
Célestine is always up for talking about psychology. She is passionate about a wide range of topics, but she is particularly interested in understanding how past experiences shape a person’s thoughts, emotions and decisions. Her attitude is warm, empathetic and welcoming. Her aim is to help every client reach their full potential, heal from past and present difficulties and thrive in a rich, fulfilled life.
In her spare time, Célestine enjoys practicing Bikram yoga and spinning. She also enjoys cooking, baking, reading and spending time with her dog.