Licensed Psychologist with the Order of Psychologists of Quebec, OPQ #: 13661-19
I am focused exclusively on an adult clientele struggling with relational, transcultural, and intercultural conflict, burnout, violence, trauma, grief, delinquency, or suicide.
From a short-term intervention perspective, through active, solution-oriented listening, I offer an opportunity to pause and reflect on yourself and your subjective situation, without reacting to it. This allows me to identify the best approach, suited for your particular case.
From the perspective of a long-term follow-up, through active listening and recounting of your life experience, I offer a space for reflection on yourself and your life trajectory, with a perspective of a better understanding and self-appropriation in relation to others.
— Alexis Ndimubandi
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP), Morneau Shepell, 2020-2022
- Mental Health Crisis Intervention, CIC-IRIS Association, 2017-2020
- Teaching and Research in Clinical Psychology, University of Burundi, 2002-2007
University-Level Training in Psychology
UQAM, OPQ and Argyle Institute (Internship), 2016-2019
PhD in Psychology
Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium, 2009-2013
MA in Psychology
Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium, 2007-2009
Bachelor in Clinical and Social Psychology
University of Burundi, 1997-2001