Icone - Clinique Anxiété Laval
Issues addressed

Anxiety affects everyone

Everyone has experienced stress or anxiety at some point in their lives. Anxiety can manifest itself in different ways for different people (worry, apprehension, stomach aches, sweating, etc.) and is linked to specific life events such as an important exam, an interview, job loss or the death of a loved one. Anxiety symptoms then resolve themselves and are normal bodily reactions.

Conversely, an anxiety disorder is present if these symptoms take a long time to resolve, if they appear at any time for no apparent reason, and if the level of anxiety is such as to prevent the individual from functioning normally on a day-to-day basis.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of anxiety-related and other problems treated at the clinic

Anxiety disorders

Clinique Anxiété Laval

Other disorders

Other issues addressed

In addition to anxiety-related disorders, other issues are dealt with according to the level of expertise of each team member. Here is a non-exhaustive list.

Megan Turgeon - Psychologie Anxiété Laval

Megan Turgeon

Ph.D. candidate in Psychology

She is currently a doctoral candidate in psychology at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and is on her way to completing her academic journey.

She has completed internships in various environments which have allowed her to work with children, teenagers, and adults. In her career, she works with individuals with a variety of issues, such as anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, and personal and relational difficulties.

Through her thesis subject, she is also developing expertise related to issues of infertility, assisted reproduction, and the transition to parenthood. In her practice, she is committed to providing a safe, client-centered space to welcome their difficulties and suffering.

She uses the cognitive-behavioral approach as well as therapeutic techniques from different psychological approaches that allow her to adapt to the specific needs of each person she meets.

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If you are interested in a psychotherapy consultation, please provide us with the following information and our team will contact you by e-mail within approximately 48 hours, working days.