Melodie graduated in 2018 with a degree in specialized education and obtained her bachelor's degree in psychoeducation in 2021. She will also graduate from her Master's degree in Psychoeducation in 2023 at the University of Montreal.
During her 7 years of intervention experience, she has had the opportunity to work with a very wide range of clients: early childhood, anxiety, parent coaching, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, physical disability, mental health (childhood, adolescence and adulthood), conduct disorder, learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, relationship difficulties, emotion management and more.
She has had the opportunity to work in various settings: CLSC youth mental health program, school, community, social pediatrics and institutional (University Institute in Mental Health of Montreal).
Mélodie has the well-being of others at heart and uses her great creativity to find adapted strategies for each client. Her approach and services are personalized to each client in order to meet their specific needs.