• Adolescent Difficulties

  • Anger Management

  • Anxiety, Stress and Burnout

  • Attachment Difficulties

  • Behavioral Disorders

  • Career Counseling

  • Couples Counseling

  • Crisis Management

  • Depression

  • Eating Disorders

  • Family violence

  • Fertility/Infertility

  • First Nations and Inuit Support

  • Gender Dysphoria

  • Grief and Loss of loves ones

  • LGBTQ2 Support

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder

  • Pain Management

  • Parenting Strategies

  • Personality Disorders

  • Prepartpum/Postpartum

  • Post-Traumatic Incidents

  • School-Related Difficulties

  • Self-Esteem Building

  • Sexual Assault Treatment

  • Sleeping Difficulties

  • Substance Abuse Treatment

  • Support for ADD-ADHD and Aspersers

  • Systemic Approach

  • Victims of Crime and Violence


  Eve Arseneau is a registered licenced psychologist who graduated with a Bachelor and Master's Degree from the Université de Moncton.  She has more than 14 years experience working with children, adolescents and adults in her field of work.  She has worked in a hospital setting, in a CLSC in Montreal and presently works in a children-youth team, as part of the Integrated Service Delivery model for the Province of New Brunswick.  She works in concert in her private practice as co-owner since 2017.

Eve Arseneau

M.A.Ps., LPsych.

Stacie Quigley Cormier


     Stacie Quigley Cormier is a certified Counsellor (CCC, LCT-C) who has over 14 years of experience working with youth and supporting their various mental health and emotional needs. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Gerontology, and a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology. Stacie takes her vast experience into therapy when counselling families, individuals and couples. Her approach is warm and welcoming, and consists of evidence-based therapeutic approaches such as the world-renowned Gottman Method Couples Therapy (level 1), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based therapies. She has also received training in the model of SACCADE and offers psychosocial and therapeutic services for those on the autism spectrum and their families. Stacie is a member of the College of Counselling Therapist of New Brunswick.



M.A.Ps., LPsych.

     Natalie is a registered psychologist and has been practicing since 2007. During her career, Natalie has offered psychological services to adults as well as with children and teens for a variety of mental health issues including depression and anxiety disorders. Her practice is based on cognitive-behavioral techniques but also strongly grounded in the principles and tools of emotion regulation such as mindfulness. She has transgender health issues at heart. She offers counselling to those individuals and their family. She also can complete the required psychological evaluation for gender confirming surgeries. Natalie offers psychological evaluation services for the diagnostics including Specific Learning Disability and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. Natalie is now offering the psychological evaluation for the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in collaboration with Sophie Lévesque, Speech and Language Therapist for the Mind at Peace Center.

Marie-Pierre Godin

   Marie-Pierre Godin has more than 11 years experience as a registered Social Worker working with children, schools and families.  She has a Bachelor and Master's Degree from the Université de Moncton. Marie-Pierre has spent her career in Moncton, Nunavut, the Restigouche and Chaleur area and has focused on families living with difficulties, treating sexual abuse cases, school-based social work and mental health.  Marie-Pierre has also worked in a private practice setting since 2007. Marie-Pierre has owned her private practice since 2014 and affiliated herself as co-owner with Eve since 2017 to the Mind at Peace Center.


   Rebecca Losier-Chiasson is a Resident in Psychology. She completed her Doctorate in Clinical Pyschology at Université de Moncton. During her studies, she practiced with the child and youth teams in both the Chaleur et Acadian Peninsula areas during which she developed a keen interest with anxiety and attachment disorders. Also while practicing, she had the opportunity of working with an adult population. As part of her doctoral thesis, Rebecca conducted a qualitative scientific research on the access to Mental Health Services for the francophone youths of New-Brunswick.

Rebecca Losier-Chiasson


Resident in psychology

     Véronique Robichaud is a Registered Social Worker who will be completing her Master`s Degree in Social Work from the Université de Moncton in 2020. Her research is specific to Domestic Violence. More specifically, Véronique`s professional interests pertain to Domestic Violence and Women’s rights. In the course of her studies, Véronique had the opportunity to do two practicums, on at ExtraMural and the second at Social Development.

Véronique Robichaud


     Karine Roy is a Doctorial student at Université de Moncton and will be completing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology during the summer 2021. Her thesis pertains to bullying in sibling groups and its impact on adult romantic relationships. Karine also gained professional experience while doing a practicum with the Child and Youth team in the Restigouche area. Presently, Karine is doing her last practicum with the adult population at the Chaleur Bathurst Hospital and working in concert with the Center.

Karine Roy


470, avenue Murray, Bathurst, NB, E2A 1T5