Depuis 1991, TRAUMATYS offre une expertise en trauma (TSPT).
Since 1991, TRAUMATYS offers an expertise in trauma (PTSD).
Services spécialisés avec expertise et humanité
Specialized services with expertise and humanity
Sans frais – 1-844-633-3326 – Toll free
(lundi au vendredi – 12:00-18:00 – Monday to Friday)
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Cours de formation continue en ligne (approuvés par l’OPQ)
Comment by Dr. Candace Orcutt, Former Associate of Dr. James Masterson
”Dr. Louise Gaston, PhD, has devoted a professional lifetime to the understanding and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. In addition to the published research, teaching, and above all, dynamic psychotherapy of emotional trauma, she is the founder and director of TRAUMATYS, an established clinic in Montreal dedicated to the treatment of PTSD and the training of a specialized group of psychotherapists. Her book, Within the Heart of PTSD, is available to both professional and general reader, as an informed and deeply compassionate guide to the condition of PTSD and its therapy.
Collaboration between TRAUMATYS and the International Masterson Institute formed a decades-long exchange that has led, on both parts, to increasingly effective treatment of combined personality disorder and trauma. Dr. Gaston contacted us initially to learn more about the Masterson Approach to disorders of the self, and then contributed in turn to our understanding of PTSD. This integration of knowledge has been of much mutual benefit, in both organizations, for strengthening the clinical treatment of patients who too often seek help for disturbances of personality worsened by trauma.” Candace Orcutt, PhD, Author, Trauma in Personality Disorder: The Masterson Approach (2012), The Unanswered Self: The Masterson Approach to the Healing of Personality Disorders (2021)
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Nouvelles publications / New published articles
Rivest-Beauregard, M., Brunet, A., Gaston, L. et al. (submitted for publication, April, 2021).
The CAPS-5 Structured Interview for PTSD: A French Language Validation Study.
Gaston, L. (2020). Adverse Effects of Trauma-Focused Therapies (Part 2).
Combat Stress, Autumn, 32-43.
Gaston, L. (2020). Adverse Effects of Trauma-Focused Therapies (Part 1).
Combat Stress, Summer, 40-47.
Gaston, L. (2020). Researchers’ Biases Wrongly Dictate Therapy For PTSD.
Combat Stress, Winter, 36-45.
Gaston, L. (2019). Challenging The CBT Dogma To Treat PTSD.
Combat Stress, Fall, 52-63.
Gaston, L. (2019). What Is The Best Mechanism For Remitting PTSD, Trauma-Focused Or Not?
Combat Stress, Summer, 14-23.
Gaston, L. (2019). Challenging Beliefs About Psychotherapy of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
International Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Psychiatry, 3, 1-11.
Gaston, L. (2017). Divergent mechanisms in trauma-focused vs. non-trauma-focused therapies
for post-traumatic stress disorder. International Journal of Victimology, 34, 71-79.
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Orientation en pandémie / Orientation in pandemic