Dr. Lehoux completed a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Research at Concordia University in 2000. In 2010, she completed a post-doctoral clinical training program in the treatment of personality disorders. Since 2017, she has been a didactic supervisor with the same approach. She also followed a specialized American training on the practice of biofeedback and cardiac coherence.
Dr. Lehoux has worked as a health psychologist in the cardiology department of the Center Universitaire de Montréal (CHUM) since 2002.
A seasoned psychotherapist, she applies an integrative therapeutic approach, combining among others gestalt psychotherapy of object relationships, cognitive behavioral therapy and biofeedback interventions, to help the most complex patients in the cardiology department.
Very invested in prevention and health promotion, in 2015 she received the Coeur-argent prize from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Quebec for her involvement over 12 years in developing psychological care in rehabilitation. heart.
She also works in a private office, mainly with clients who have difficulty managing the impact of a medical diagnosis (cardiac or other), difficulties with therapeutic adherence, mood and anxiety, eating disorders, as well as relationship and personality disorders.
Finally, she has long been providing supervision, several postgraduate training courses, conferences and university courses to students, doctors and health professionals on therapeutic adherence, on psychological issues related to heart disease. , on personality pathologies, as well as on eating disorders.