I work with individuals who are having difficulty in relationships or have recently ended a relationship. The ending of a marriage can be an especially stressful experience. Regardless of whether you are the one to end the relationship or not, most people feel a wide range of emotions, from anger and fear to relief and guilt. People often seek therapy as a means of grieving the loss of a loved one and one’s future, processing the ending of a relationship,
reestablishing one’s identity, looking to the future and learning why one chooses the relationships that they do. There are many stressful considerations including co-parenting and custody, if children are involved, as well as financial concerns. I work with people to help establish their goals and work through their complicated feelings to come to an understanding of how to move forward in their lives and empower them to be confident in the decisions that they make for their future.
I am a current member of L’Ordre des Psychologues du Quebec (Permit #11353-09). I have two private practice offices in Montreal and I also teach in the department of psychology at Concordia University. To book an appointment, please contact me at 514-293-5545 or for more information, see my website at montreal-therapist.ca.
Wendy's approach is eclectic, which means that her interventions are tailored to the needs of her clients. She has extensive experience in psychodynamic therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and mindfulness meditation, but she may also use other approaches depending on the nature of your difficulties.
Wendy believes that each person is unique and therefore it is important to tailor an individual’s treatment based on a thorough assessment of one’s background and presenting problem. She believes that it is important that her clients are actively involved in the therapeutic process.