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My therapeutic practice involves an open and collaborative approach.

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Ms Tia Maric, MA

Psychotherapist

Licensed Psychotherapist with the Order of Psychologists of Quebec, OPQ #61942-21/ Vocational Counsellor with the Order of Guidance Counsellors of Quebec, OCCOQ #20613-17

I am a registered psychotherapist and vocational counselor that specializes in using a trauma-informed approach to therapy for a variety of issues within the lived experience.

I completed a Master’s degree at McGill University in Counselling and Psychotherapy and subsequently worked with a diverse set of clients in rehabilitation centers, universities, and neuropsychological clinics.

Using psychoanalytic, person-centered, and humanistic approaches, I consider myself an integrative therapist who tailors treatment to the individual client’s needs and personality. In addition, I hold a Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from Concordia University and a Master’s of Science in Neuroscience from McGill University.

With my extensive background in the neurobiological underpinnings of mental health and illness, I am also able to practice neuro psychotherapy to address significant mind-body-brain connections.

My therapeutic practice involves an open and collaborative approach to helping clients achieve goals and develop their personal growth while using a strength-based approach.

My focus is to create a compassionate, empathetic environment with unconditional positive regard for the client. In addition, my approach is trauma-informed which means allowing space for interventions that are safe, collaborative, transparent, and empowering.

— Tia Maric

5+ years of experience

University-Level Training in Psychology

2017: Master’s degree, Counseling Psychology

McGill University

2015: Master of Science (MSc), Neuroscience

McGill University

2010: M.A., Psychology

Concordia University

2008: Bachelor’s degree (Honors), Psychology

Concordia University