Expats Counseling (Online)

Expats Counseling (Online)

Being an expat can sometimes be challenging. Factors such as a deficient social support, having to go through bureaucracies and cultural shock may cause or exacerbate symptoms of anxiety and/or depression. Connect with me to book a free 15-mins session and see if online counseling is right for you.

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Contact Name:
Audrey Charneux

Phone:
36 70 552 0987

E-mail:

Address:
3630-18 Hutchison
Montreal,
(Qc)
Canada
H2X2H4

Since completing a master of science in developmental psychology (psychoeducation) at the Universite de Montreal, I've worked with clients dealing with various mental health illnesses including anxiety, depression, and addiction, but also experiencing challenging life transitions. I'm inspired by a holistic and realistic approach to wellness and health including a positive and healthy perspective on nutrition (non-restrictive) and physical exercise. In addition to my private counseling practice, I'm passionate about promoting mental health awareness and strategies to adopt/maintain healthy habits, especially within the expats' community. If you have any inquiries about online counseling or mental health services, connect with me through email to book your first free session.

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