Dr Jean-Philippe E. Daoust

Dr. Jean-Philippe É. Daoust, M.A.P., Ph.D., C.Psych.

Psychologist, clinical supervisor and trainer

Chief executive officer (CEO)

Director of the clinical and the continuing professional development division

Dr. Daoust is a psychologist specialized in mental health, post-traumatic and addiction. He is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Education at the University of Ottawa and a part-time professor at the School of Psychology in the same university. He has been appointed part-time professor of the year in 2011. Dr. Daoust is also an associated professor at the Université du Québec en Outaouais.
He is currently pursuing a career where he divides his time between clinical work, training of professionals, university teaching and research.
Dr. Daoust is a member in good standing of the Ordre des Psychologues du Québec and the College of Psychologist of Ontario. It is also affiliated with the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), the American Psychological Association (APA), the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT ) and the Association francophone de diffusion de l’entretien motivationnel (AFDEM).
He conducted part of his academic training at the University Laval in completing an honors degree in psychology (BA), a master in Psychology (M.Ps.) and a Ph.D. in Psychology. More recently, he completed a 2nd cycle program in management of health and social services (ENAP) and a Master in Public Administration (MPA; ENAP).
Dr. Daoust has already delivered several lectures to the public or in the media and has published scientific work in Canada, the United States, France, England and Italy. It is also recognized as a specialist in compassion fatigue in connection with the Traumatology Institute in Toronto. Among other things, he collaborated with Malik Ait Aoudia (Paris, France) in regard of clinical and research work on the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD) and traumatic nightmares.
He actively participates in a program of continuing education, supervision and application of behavioral-cognitive, psychodynamic and humanistic approaches that are evidence-based.
His vision of the human being is systemic in that it simultaneously considers the arrangement of intrapsychic conflicts, biological functioning and environmental milieu in which an individual is immerges and operates. The well-being of others is at the heart of its concerns. He offers individual and organizational services where he specializes in PTSD, workplace mental health and prevention of burnout.
Dr. Daoust attempts to act diligently for mental health in the best interest of customers, stakeholders, organizations and the community.