Although initially trained in the cognitive-behavioural approach, Dr. Nadine Tremblay practices psychotherapy using an integrative approach that also includes psychodynamic, systemic and emotion focused theories. An integrative approach allows her to enrich her clinical understanding, but also to better respond to the specific needs of couples and individuals.
Dr. Nadine Tremblay has been a practicing psychologist since 2000, after graduating from Université Laval. She completed a one-year internship at the Douglas Hospital’s Anxiety Disorders Clinic where she used a cognitive-behavioural approach. Dr. Tremblay then completed her Ph.D. at Université de Montréal under the supervision of Dr. John Wright, where she specialized in couple therapy in both clinical and research settings. Her work focused on the roles of couples in therapy, the therapeutic mandate and the status of the couple at the end of therapy. Through her practice, Dr. Tremblay has become familiar with a host of issues related to couples, including sexual difficulties. Since 2007, Dr. Tremblay has been a partner at CCCF.