Sea Glass Psychological Services offers individual psychotherapy and psychological services. Drs. Lynette Monteiro & Frank Musten, Psychologists, offer treatment for a range of mental health conditions:
- PTSD & Trauma
- Chronic Pain
- Work-related stress
- Assertiveness training
- Long-term Disability & Return to Work (insurers such as GWL, SunLife)
- Military, Veterans, RCMP referrals (Blue Cross)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for military, veterans or First Responder PTSD
- Mindfulness-based Interventions
- Mindfulness-based Symptom Management
- Mindful Self-Compassion
- Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy
Marie-Andrée Papineau, M.A., RP is a Registered Psychotherapist trained in Mindfulness-based Symptom Management and has attended trainings in Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Therapy, Mindful Self-Compassion, and the .b Mindfulness in Schools program. Marie-Andrée discovered the practice of mindfulness as a path to further well being in 2006. Equipped with an experiential knowledge of its profound benefits, she went on to complete her M.A. in Counselling and Spirituality. As a long-time professional in healthcare management with the federal government, Marie-Andrée brings a unique perspective to workplace stress and the benefits of mindfulness. With the intent of furthering her ability to utilize mindfulness in a professional context, as well as deepen her personal practice, she has expanded her bilingual teaching by offering workshops to various organizations in the Ottawa Region. She is awed by the infinite discoveries and possibilities that arise through mindful practice and she appreciates the increasing awareness it permits. Marie-Andrée can be contacted here.
Corien Peeters, Ph.D., C.Psych. is a registered psychologist with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Corien has co-led MBSM courses (MBSM M4 Core, burnout resiliency, Mindful Self-Compassion) at the OMC since 2009. She has attended training in MBSM, MBCT, MiCBT, and MSC. She maintains a small private practice at Sea Glass Psychological Services where she provides therapy to those struggling with anxiety, depression, OCD, depression, trauma, interpersonal relationships, and burn-out. In her work with individuals, Corien uses a collaborative, integrative approach drawing on cognitive-behaviour, experiential, interpersonal and mindfulness-based (MSC, MBCT, DBT) approaches. Since 2008, Corien has also been providing psychological services to youth and families struggling with eating and associated depressive and anxiety disorders at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. She can be contacted here.