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Christopher Kalogeropoulos.heic

Christopher Kalogeropoulos, M.A., Ph.D.
2791 Cote Ste. Catherine Road
Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1B5
E-mail: c_kalogeropoulos@hotmail.com

I am a licensed psychologist and member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec (O.P.Q.). I have expertise in treating difficulties related to anxiety, depression, stress, and emotional regulation, as well as couple and sexual dysfunction. I work with adults and provide individual, couple, and family therapy.

 

My aim is to empathically help clients overcome difficulties through developing awareness of psychological and behavioural patterns that maintain distress. I emphasize the importance of addressing core issues that impact our functioning.

 

I prioritize genuinely understanding clients’ experiences fostering a warm, collaborative, safe, and non-judgemental environment. Developing a strong therapeutic alliance, enhancing ability to cope with thoughts and emotions, along with promoting helpful behavioural changes are important elements of my psychotherapy work that stimulate client growth.

 

My approach is integrative drawing on interventions rooted in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), emotion-focused therapy (EFT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), mentalization-based treatment (MBT), psychodynamic, and humanistic therapy.

I have received extensive clinical training throughout various psychology services in Montreal. Most notably, my psychology residency was completed at the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), in the Anxiety Disorders Program and the Sex and Couple Therapy Service. I am also a published researcher in the field of postpartum parental sleep patterns and depressive symptoms, the primary focus on my PhD thesis.

 

Specialties:

  • Anxiety disorders and phobias

  • Depression and mood disorders

  • Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders

  • Self-esteem

  • Interpersonal relationships and communication

  • Stress management

  • Burnout

  • Life transitions

  • Loss or grief

  • Sexual dysfunction (sexual desire/arousal, sexual pain, premature ejaculation, and erectile dysfunction)

  • Sexual orientation and identity

  • Pornography use causing distress

  • Couple difficulties (communication, conflict resolution, emotional and sexual intimacy)

  • Parent-child difficulties

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