Dr. Joelle Jobin, Ph.D.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with the member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec (OPQ). I obtained my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Concordia University in 2017.
I've had the opportunity to work with a variety of populations but have specialized in treating adults suffering from depression, chronic pain, interpersonal problems and burnout. I've also worked within Applied Psychology Center at Concordia University and McGill Mental Health Services which focused on a young adult student population.
Ilana Geller, Clinical Coordinator
Ilana is the Clinical Coordinator at Reflections Psychology. She has extensive experience in customer relations and really enjoys helping people. It would be her pleasure to help facilitate your transition into therapy. She knows that this is an often difficult time and is here to offer you her support using her knowledge of services available within the clinic. With a warm and empathetic approach she will bridge the gap and direct you based on your presenting concern and/or issues. Feel free to contact her with your questions or to book an appointment. Ilana can be reached at (514) 548-3550 between 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. from Monday to Friday. If you prefer to communicate via email you are always welcome to fill out a contact information form.
Therapist, Masters in Counselling Psychology Student
I am in the final stages of completing my Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University. I am a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. For the past year, I have been working at the West Island Crisis Centre helping individuals in crisis who suffer from depression and anxiety. With a warm and compassionate style, I aim to create an open and accepting environment where clients feel free to discuss the challenges they face. My therapeutic approach is based on multiple modalities but grounded within a cognitive behavioural framework. By focusing on a person's strengths, I help clients achieve their full potential using incremental and realistic goal setting amongst other strategies.
I have been working within my native Tamil community as an advocate for the past 13 years. Seeing how the lack of mental health services impacted my community was my motivation for becoming a therapist. My involvement in the community along with my personal life experience have informed my practice and I strive to provide culturally-sensitive trauma-informed care.