Jean-Luc Williams, Resident in Psychology
English and French
I’ve recently completed my doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Université de Moncton. I am currently classified as a Resident in Psychology, supervised by Licensed Psychologist, Paulette Lévesque. I am an interim member of the College of Psychologists of New Brunswick (CPNB) as well as a member with the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA).
During my studies, I have acquired over 5000 hours of clinical experience in various clinical settings such as community mental health, hospitals, corrections as well as in a private setting. My doctoral thesis focused on the influence a parasocial relationship can have on an individual's willingness to act in a prosocial manner.
During therapy, I mainly use a cognitive-behavioural approach with elements of mindfulness-based therapy. Mindfulness is defined as a mental state that focuses on awareness on the present moment, calmly acknowledging and accepting feelings, thoughts and sensations..
- Cognitive and Behavioural
- Evidence Based Therapy
Field of Practice
Clientele Served for Therapeutic Approaches
Individual services are offered to an adult clientele
- Stress / Anxiety
- Anger Management
- Grief / Bereavement / Loss
- Work Stress / Conflict / Burnout
- Low Self-Esteem
- Adjustment difficulties
- Sleep difficulties