Dr. Natasha Gosselin is a psychologist under supervised practice who provides adult clients with assessment and treatment for anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationship and interpersonal difficulties, low self-worth/esteem, and negative core beliefs.  She has a special interest in pregnancy, perinatal and postpartum depression and anxiety.  Natasha collaborates with her clients to develop a treatment plan tailored to their needs and goals.  She uses a cognitive-behavioural approach and integrates elements of schema therapy, experiential, and dialectical behavioural therapy.  Natasha leads the Core Beliefs group therapy program at OICBT, which helps clients learn to challenge longstanding negative core beliefs with the goal of developing a healthier and more positive self-view.  She is excited to begin incorporating the use of Virtual Reality technology into treatment for anxiety to help clients face and overcome fears.

Contact: 613-820-9931 x237