Psychology
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Staff

Zeev Rosberger, Ph.D. (Concordia University)
Director, Psychology-Division, JGH, Director, Louise Granofsky-Psychosocial Oncology Program, Segal Cancer Centre
Director & Associate Professor, Psychosocial Oncology Program, Department of Oncology, McGill University. Research work in the area of psychosocial oncology, HPV vaccine, and HPV associated diseases.

Sylvie Aubin, Ph.D. (UQAM) staff psychologist specialized in psychosocial oncology, with clinical and research expertise in sexual oncology and couple adjustment following cancer. She is part of the Louise-Granofsky Psychosocial Oncology Program (POP) of the Jewish General Hospital, and assigned to the Uro-Oncology and Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology interdisciplinary service teams.

Caminee Blake, Ph.D. (Concordia University), Staff Psychologist in the Youth Service and Faculty Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry of McGill University; Individual and family assessments; individual therapy with adolescents age 15-21 years of age with a wide range of problems. Experienced in both psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural therapy approaches. I also work in the area of health psychology, part-time at the MUHC. Special clinical and research interest in the area of culture and mental health.

Paule Delisle, Ph.D. (Université de Montréal)
Staff psychologist OPD Psychiatry (Adult), Day Hospital and Psychotherapy Services: Psychoanalyst, Member of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society psycho diagnostic assessment, long term and time-limited psychotherapy, group psychotherapy. Current research on therapeutic alliance.



Hélène Dymetryszyn, Ph.D. (Université de Montréal)
Co-Director and Coordinator of Internship, Education and Training in the Psychology Division. Staff psychologist in Day Hospital, OPD Psychiatry (Adult); Psychoanalyst, Member of the Canadian Psychoanalytic Society; diagnostic interviewing; psychological testing; short-term and long-term individual psychodynamic psychotherapy; group psychotherapy; research on object relations assessment and therapeutic alliance. Assistant Professor, Depts of Psychology and Psychiatry, McGill University.

Elizabeth Foley, Ph.D. (McGill University)                                              Director of the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Service. Assistant Professor (Professional) in both Departments of Psychiatry and Psychology, McGill University. Provide psychotherapy from a CBT perspective to patients with a variety of presenting problems, cultural backgrounds and different ages with special interest in comorbid personality disorders. Supervise psychology interns in the CBT Service, Emergency Follow-Up Service and Chronic Pain Clinic. Involved in research on personality, stress and response to CBT treatment of depression; additional research interests in personality and interpersonal behaviour.

Judy S. Gradinger, M.Sc. (New York University) Staff psychologist in Child Psychiatry Day/Evening Hospital; Psychological assessment for wide variety of cognitive, behavioural, and emotional disorders in infants and children; school consultation, child and family therapy, expertise in infant development.

Linda Greenberg, M.A. (Concordia University ) Staff psychologist in Child Psychiatry OPD, Psychodiagnostic evaluation and treatment, individual psychotherapy, supportive individual therapy, couple and family therapy, and multiple family therapy for a wide range of childhood and adolescent disorders, custody and access assessments.

Karen Hardoon, Ph.D. (McGill University) Staff psychologist in Child Psychiatry Day Hospital; psychological assessment for wide variety of cognitive, behavioral, and emotional disorders in children; school consultation. Individual psychotherapy, play therapy, and family therapy.

Melissa Henry, Ph.D. (UQAM and McGill University)
Dr. Melissa Henry is a psychologist in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Louise Granofsky Psychosocial Oncology Program (LG-POP) at the Segal Cancer Centre. She is also an Assistant Professor at McGill University in the Department of Oncology of the Faculty of Medicine and in the Department of Psychology (Professional), as well as an associate member in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery.  Dr. Henry’s main research interest involves developing, implementing, and evaluating psychological interventions to improve quality of life in patients with advanced cancer.

Stephanie Margolese, Ph.D. (Concordia University)
Co-Director of Education and Training for the Psychology Division and Assistant Professor in the Departments of  Psychology and Psychiatry of McGill University. Dr. Margolese is a full-time staff psychologist in the Child Psychiatry Outpatient Department. She conducts comprehensive psycho-diagnostic evaluations of families, psychological testing, and treatment of children and adolescents suffering from a wide range of emotional, behavioural and cognitive disorders. She is also trained to assess and diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Margolese is experienced in individual psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, and group therapy.

Sylvain Néron, Ph.D. (Université de Montréal) Clinical Administrative Coordinator of the Louise Granofsky Psychosocial Oncology Program. Clinical Health Psychology Assessment and treatment in Oncology, Palliative Care, Preparation for Surgery, Chronic Illness inpatients and outpatients. Existential psychodynamic and cognitive psychotherapies, stress management (group, individual). Past research: Cognitive-Behavioural treatment of Panic Disorder. Current interest: Research in psycho-oncology and palliative care; efficacy of hypnosis for symptom management.

Alessandra Schiavetto, Ph.D. (Université de Montréal) Neuropsychological assessment of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Consultant to the JGH Adult Psychiatry department. Involved in professional development, supervision and teaching. Research interests: cognitive predictors of outcome in first episode psychosis.

Guylaine Séguin, Ph.D. (Université de Montréal) Staff psychologist in the Couple and Family Therapy Service.  Coordinator of French cohort in the Couple and Family Therapy Training Program.  Accredited as AAMFT (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy) supervisor.  Faculty lecturer at the University of Sherbrooke, Nursing Sciences and Department of Psycho-Education, Master`s Programs.  Supervisor of doctoral clinical stages at the University of Montreal. Special interests: teaching and evaluation of clinical competencies.

 
Maxine Sigman, Ph.D. (Concordia University)
Staff psychologist on Adult In-Patient Service Teaching Team. Assessment and short-term treatment of patients and families. Supervision of psychology interns, long-term out-patient group therapy for chronically mentally ill patient population. All treatments are psychodynamically informed and include problem-solving, cognitive and pharmacological strategies where appropriate.
Dr. Sigman has published several articles relating to her clinical experience with individuals and with long term group therapy. Dr. Sigman is the representative of the Jewish General Hospital to the Federation/CJA Board of Trustees.

Liliane Spector, Ph.D. (Université de Montréal) - Retired -Former Director, Couple and Family Therapy training program; Accredited Supervisor, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Assessment of couples and families, family and couple therapy, multiple families group therapy, families; divorce and reconstituted families. Former staff psychologist Couple and Familiy Therapy Service. Special interest in resilience and strengths.