Felix Gauthier Mongeon I am a clinical psychologist member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec. I completed my doctoral degree within the University of Montreal Neuropsychology of Personality Laboratory (NPL) in 2017. My doctoral dissertation looks at the psychological factors underpinning relationship difficulties in individuals with traits of borderline personality. I also have research experience regarding relationship dynamics, impulsivity and implicit cognition. I am currently a lecturer at the Department of Psychology of the University of Montreal.

My approach is integrative, drawing on several evidence-based practices including cognitive-behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. I also received training in Brief Solution-Focused Intervention and in psychodynamic therapy. I advocate that the integration of clinical approaches allows flexible interventions and has much to offer to meet the diversified needs of different individuals or couples. Above all, I believe that clients need to feel a sense of warmth within a caring, genuine and collaborative therapeutic relationship. A strong body of evidence shows that these are essential ingredients to successful therapy.


I offer assessment and therapy services to adult individuals and couples to address:
  •  Couple and relationship issues
  •  Depression, burn-out and anxiety problems
  •  Sexual problems (both for individuals and in the context of the couple relationship),
  •  LGBTQ+ populations
  •  Pornography addiction
  •  Stress management
  •  Personal growth and development
  •  Difficult life transitions

Gauthier Mongeon, F., Gagnon, J. (2017). Negativity bias and instability in spontaneous and deliberate evaluations of others: The role of borderline personality features. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 97, 105-114.

2791 Cote Ste. Catherine Road
Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1B5

Tel. 514.978.7949
EMail. mongeonfelix@gmail.com