Jacqueline Mathurin, MS, RP, RMFT
Location of office: Nepean, 100 Craig Henry Drive, Suite 101
Jacqueline Mathurin is a registered psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario. The values informing her practice are: caring, connecting, authenticity, and social justice. Her life as a person has greatly improved because of the following therapies: Bowenian, Narrative, CBT/REBT, systemic, Emotion focused and Culturally-responsive approach.
She is very committed to personal growth. The spiritual dimension is very dominant in her life and sustains her resilience. She uses various therapy approaches in her practice depending on clients’ issues and needs.
- Jacqueline was a psychiatric nurse before becoming a psychotherapist.
- She earned a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma.
- She is a Clinical Fellow of The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).
- She is also a member of the Ontario and Canadian Associations for Marriage and Family Therapy (OAMFT and CAMFT).
- She is an Associate Fellow of Albert Ellis Institute in New York.
- She was licensed in Oklahoma and worked there for 3 years as a therapist.
- She worked as a psychiatric nurse in various specialized units at Royal Ottawa Hospital for 11 years.
- She has been in private practice in Ottawa since 2003. She got her license from the College of Registered Psychotherapist of Ontario in 2015.
Jacqueline offers therapy to individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life.
She speaks Creole (oral only), French, and English.
Problems she can help with:
- Dealing with stress, anxiety, depression
- Dealing with oppression and marginalization
- Work-related issues
- Grief and bereavement
- Relationship issues: communication, intimacy, satisfaction, trust, jealousy
- Boundary setting issues
- Life transition
- Parenting issues
Alain Finkielkraut said “Life is also others”. You do not have to struggle with problems by yourself. It can be extremely hard to ask for help. But it is the first step toward getting better or developing deeper bonds with loved ones and others. It takes courage and you can do it. Be courageous, call or email Jacqueline today.
- Therapy via online (Teletherapy, Telehealth, Virtual visit)
- Therapy via telephone