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I’m a psychologist with and diverse professional background and more than 25 years of experience.

Steve Campbell

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Mr Steve Campbell, MA





Licensed Psychologist with the Order of Psychologists of Quebec, OPQ #: 07068-94

Hello, my name is Steve Campbell and I have been a psychologist for almost thirty years. My professional background is quite diverse.

First, in the 1990s, during my studies, I developed an interest in stress and crisis situations. Consequently, my master’s thesis focused on stress in a police environment.
Following this, with my knowledge of stress and crisis, I began my career on humanitarian missions abroad in the context of armed conflicts: in Rwanda, Albania, and later Kosovo.

I acted as a consulting psychologist for local intervention teams. I worked for French and Canadian organizations.

I returned to Quebec in the early 2000s and was recruited by a private employee assistance program firm: Jacques Lamarre et associés (now merged with the Morneau-Sheppel group). At that time, I provided individual psychotherapeutic follow-up to a diverse clientele, as well as group interventions during workplace crises.

At the same time, I continued my humanitarian involvement with the organization MĂ©decins du Monde (MDM), at their Montreal office. My role was to offer psychological support to the workers of various community organizations.

Then, in 2008, I returned to my native Abitibi, for the Centre intĂ©grĂ© de santĂ© et de services sociaux de l’Abitibi-TĂ©miscamingue (CISSS-AT). My work consisted mainly of individual psychotherapeutic follow-ups with a clientele suffering from various problems, such as adjustment disorders, anxiety and depressive disorders, personality disorders, and gender dysphoria.

I remained at the CISSS-AT for almost fifteen years. During this period, I was also able to act as a clinical supervisor for the Centre d’aide aux victimes d’actes criminels (CAVAC) of Abitibi-TĂ©miscamingue, as well as for doctoral students in psychology at the CISSS-AT.

I have also developed an expertise in assessment, particularly psychometric assessments and the evaluation of gender dysphoria.

Today, propelled by the desire to take on new challenges, I am entering into a more autonomous and private practice. On the other hand, I continue my involvement in public service, as an administrator at the Ordre des psychologues du Québec since 2018.

In my spare time, I enjoy outdoor activities, such as hiking, snowshoeing, and canoeing – activities in which my Bernese Mountain Dog, “Fay”, also participates.

In addition, I am involved in the maintenance and protection committee of the network of hiking trails in my region, as well as in various environmental causes.

— Steve Campbell

Trained in Scientifically-Based Treatment Approaches

  • 28 years of total experience
  • 5 years of experience in a humanitarian field
  • 11 years of experience in private practice
  • 14 years of experience in the public health care system

University-Level Training in Psychology