Ph.D., C. Psych.
Dr. Danielle Bouchard provides evidence-based psychological services to adults who are experiencing a wide variety of difficulties, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, developmental trauma, childhood emotional neglect, interpersonal difficulties, poor self-esteem, grief and loss, burnout, emotional regulation difficulties, and adjustment to major life’s transitions. She also provides psychodiagnostic and psychoeducational assessments to children, adolescents and adults.
Dr. Bouchard works collaboratively with clients to identify goals and develop personalized treatment plans. She approaches therapy from an attachment-based framework, with an integrative mindset incorporating process-experiential, compassion focused, cognitive behavioural, trauma-informed, and neurofeedback approaches into her work. She believes the therapeutic relationship is an essential component of therapy and for many a starting place where change can take place, a focus area for her doctoral dissertation.
Dr. Bouchard graduated with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Ottawa in August 2018. She has had a broad range of clinical experiences, providing assessment and treatment in various settings, including the Centre for Psychological Services and Research at the University of Ottawa, the Mood Disorder Program and the Geriatrics Psychiatry Program at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre and the Oncology Program at CHEO. She has also benefited from specialized training in areas of mindfulness and trauma, including working within private practice settings in these areas.