Dr. Josianne Mondor favours an integrative approach in her practice of psychotherapy, using her knowledge and background in humanistic, psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioural psychotherapy. She hopes to respond as well as possible to the needs of each person by adapting her approach according to the problems involved, but also according to the personality and preferences of each person or couple who consults her.
Dr. Josianne Mondor received her Ph.D. in psychology from Université de Montréal in 2010 with her work on romantic attachment, therapeutic mandate and the outcome of couple therapy. Dr. Mondor has since been involved in clinical practice and has been a partner at CCCF since 2017. She also trains psychologists beginning their career, provides supervision to clinical psychologists mainly regarding couple therapy, is a contributing author in scientific papers and offers training and lectures on various subjects related to couple therapy. Through her practice, Dr. Mondor has also been called upon to familiarize herself with the realities of life in the military and develop her skills in the treatment of PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder), to deepen her understanding of perinatal issues and to develop her skills to support transgender and gender creative people.