Ottawa Team

Camille Garceau, B.Sc.

I have a deeply-held, personal belief that accessing mental health services can be life-changing. Whether you are seeking an assessment or therapy, we here at the Centre for Interpersonal Relationships can help you better understand yourself and chart a path toward a fulfilling future. Should you decide to work with me, it will be my pleasure and privilege to accompany you on this journey.   

I am in my 6th year of the doctoral clinical psychology program at the University of Ottawa. I am currently a practicum student at the Centre for Interpersonal Relationships in Ottawa under the supervision of Dr. Nalini Iype. I am currently offering psychoeducational and diagnostic assessments for adolescents and adults under the supervision of Dr. Iype. Prior to starting at the Centre for Interpersonal Relationships, I completed practica at the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Psychological Services, the Montfort Hospital, and in two private practices.

Through my practicum placements, I have gained experience with a variety of therapies, treatment formats, and client populations. I have conducted therapy with adolescents and adults in individual, couple, and group formats. I have training in a variety of therapy approaches including psychodynamic, dialectical behavioural, cognitive-behavioural, experiential, and humanistic. I also have experience in the assessment of learning disabilities, ADHD, intellectual disabilities, personality disorders, trauma-related disorders, and mood and anxiety disorders. 

My relationship with my clients is of paramount importance to me. I aim to create an authentic, collaborative, and productive working relationship with everyone who decides to work with me. I do my best to help my clients achieve their goals, both in therapy and in assessment contexts. My approach is evidence-based, flexible, and client-centered.

During my undergraduate degree at the University of New Brunswick, I published two peer-reviewed research articles on childhood sexual experiences under the supervision of Dr. Scott Ronis. As a doctoral student, I now conduct research under the supervision of Dr. Giorgio Tasca and have published multiple peer-reviewed articles on eating disorders and group therapy. My dissertation research focuses on teaching therapists evidence-based skills to improve their relationships with clients. I am currently a member of the Canadian Psychological Association and the Society for Psychotherapy Research.