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B.S. (Psych), M.S. (Clin Psych), PhD (Neuroscience), Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuroimaging and Cognition in Psychiatry
Isabelle enjoys working with adults across the lifespan to help them navigate issues such as anxiety, depression, life challenges, pain and chronic illness. Her objective is to help her clients identify their goals and motivations, then take steps towards making changes in their life. She is committed to creating a client-centred, collaborative, warm, and empathetic environment so that her clients feel supported while they work together to achieve these goals. She enjoys working with LGBTQ+ clients and welcomes clients from all cultural, linguistic, and ethnical backgrounds. Her therapeutic approach includes aspects of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and mindfulness (ACT), and dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), while drawing from methodologies that are cognitive and motivational and commitment oriented. She is also interested in cognitive assessment to aid therapy.
She has been involved in psychology (B.S., M.S.), neuroscience and nutrition (PhD) and psychiatry of bipolar disorder (post-doctorate) both as a provider of support services, educator, and clinical researcher. For her work, she has been very fortunate to have experienced a variety of cultural settings in Switzerland, Germany, Australia and the United States. Please note that Isabelle speaks English, Italian, French, and German.
Isabelle is committed to creating a collaborative and empathetic environment to support clients while working together to achieve goals. Her therapeutic approach includes acceptance and mindfulness, while drawing from methodologies that are cognitive, motivational and commitment-oriented. Isabelle is also interested in cognitive assessment to aid therapy. She enjoys working with adults to help them navigate issues such as anxiety, depression, life challenges, pain and chronic illness. The objective is to help clients identify goals and motivations, then take steps towards making changes in their lives.