Cory Cooperman is a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at McGill University. His research focuses on stress and its impact on physical and emotional wellbeing. As a therapist, Cory is guided by the principle that the best psychological treatment addresses the intersection of mind and body. Using a collaborative approach, Cory helps his clients explore the impact of the mind-body relationship on their feelings and behaviour, and implement mindfulness tools to manage them more effectively.
Cory’s therapy style combines motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioural therapy, and dialectical behaviour therapy. His problem-solving approach helps his clients enhance motivation to make change, and adopt a mindful stance toward emotional distress. Cory works with individuals with anxiety disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, and depression. He practices in both English and French.
To make an appointment with Cory, contact (514) 481-0317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.