About Me

My Philosophy

I believe that the most fundamental step towards effective therapy is a strong and trusting therapeutic alliance, therefore it is a top priority in the work I do. I operate from a collaborative approach to therapy, where clients are fully involved in the therapeutic process, as this facilitates the most success and growth. I work tirelessly to support my clients in achieving their goals and reducing their distress. My overall goal is to facilitate a therapeutic process which empowers clients to find happiness, balance, health, and well-being.​

Professional Memberships 

Registered Psychotherapist (RP)

College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario #006457

Professional Member 

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)  #10001863

Education and Training

Doctor of Philosophy - Psychology (PhD)

* Specialization in Developmental Psychology
Carleton University, 2021

Master of Arts - Counselling, Psychotherapy, and Spirituality (MA) 

*Double specialization in Individual Therapy and Couple and Family Therapy

Saint Paul University/University of Ottawa, 2016

Bachelor of Arts Honours - Psychology (BA)

Carleton University, 2014

I have over 6 years experience working with individuals, teens, and families, supporting them through personal struggles and mental health difficulties.

I have advanced clinical training in:

 

  • Anxiety - Practical Intervention Strategies

  • Mental Health and Resilience during a Pandemic

  • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)

  • Narrative Therapy for Couples 

  • Observed and Experiential Integration Therapy 

  • Friends for Life Resilience Program, Certified Trainer 

  • Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) 

  • Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training 

Research Publications and Conference Presentations 
  • Bonneville, A., & Daniels, T. (2021) Attachment Characteristics of Intimate Partner Cyber Aggression Perpetrators (Publication in Process)

  • Bonneville, A., & Daniels, T. (2021) An Interview Examination of Intimate Partner Cyber Aggression Motives (Publication in Process)

  • Bonneville, A., & Daniels, T. (2021) The Associations between Intimate Partner Cyber Aggression Perpetration, Well-Being, and Relationship Investment (Publication in Process)

  • Bonneville, A. Daniels, T. & Kawar, G. (2018) The Role of Empathy and Normative Beliefs in Cyber Bystander Behaviour. Poster Presented at Development 2018 Conference (Brock University, Niagara Region)

  • Kawar G., Daniels, T. & Bonneville, A. (2018) Development of a Cyber Bystander Scale. Poster Presented at Development 2018 Conference (Brock University, Niagara Region)

  • Bonneville, A., Summers, N., Daniels, T., Polihronis, C., Kawar, G. (2017) A Year in the Life of a Victimized Youth: Behavioural Effects. Poster Presented at PREVNet’s 9th Annual Conference: Canada Coming Together to Promote Children’s Well-Being (Gatineau, Quebec)

  • Bonneville, A., Rovers, M., & Yamin S. (2017) Intimate Partner Aggression and Relationship Satisfaction Across Attachment Styles (Publication In Process)

  • Bonneville, A. &  Daniels, T. (2017) Witnessing Workplace Bullying and Mental Health (Publication in Process)

  • Bonneville, A., Summers, N., Daniels, T., Polihronis, C. (2017) Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviours and Traditional and Cyber Victimization Over One School Year. Poster Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development (Austin, Texas)

  • Bonneville, A., Rovers, M., & Yamin S. (2017) Intimate Partner Aggression and Relationship Satisfaction Across Attachment Styles. Paper Presentation at the Psychology Graduate Research Conference (Carleton University, Ottawa, ON)

  • Bonneville, A., & Daniels, T. (2013) Social Aggression Forms, Motives, and Frequency among Competitive Athletes. Poster Presentation at the Psychology Undergraduate Research Event (Carleton University, Ottawa, ON)