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

Student Member

Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence (PREVNet) Graduate

Student Member

Pickering Centre for Research in Human Development Graduate

Education and Training

Bachelor of Arts Honours - Psychology (BA)

Carleton University, 2014

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

I have over 6 years experience working with individuals, couples, 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. & 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)

220 Kennevale Drive, Suite 203, Ottawa ON, K2J 0C3
alyssapsyc@gmail.com
613-769-8381

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