Patricia Paul (preferred pronoun: She), is a licensed Couple and Family Therapist through the Order of Social Workers, Family, and Marriage Therapists of Quebec. She also holds a psychotherapist permit through the Order of Psychologists of Quebec. Patricia has a bachelors is Communication Studies and Psychology (Concordia University), a master’s degree in Educational Psychology and a master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy (McGill University).
Her love of systemic therapy developed over the course of 10 years of working in marginalized community settings, where she worked extensively with individuals and families. She is experienced in working with adolescents and young adults with or without special needs and has worked closely with various community organizations hoping to support people with varied circumstances. She completed her training at the renowned Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry at the Jewish General hospital. She is also a workshop facilitator delivering workshops on managing conflicts, dealing with stress, and assertiveness.
She works in an integrative manner helping individuals, couples, and families explore their presenting issues in relation to their current environment. Patricia believes that people tend to seek therapy when they struggle to transition from one phase of their life cycle to the next such as after experiencing a loss or having to adapt to new circumstances. Her goal with her clients is to support them in achieving their best selves along their journey of life.