Dr. Tina Montreuil speaks to Le Devoir about children, anxiety

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Dr. Tina Montreuil, of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (ECP), spoke to Le Devoir recently about anxiety in children.

Children seem to be increasingly anxious, and less equipped to deal with stress in their lives, Dr. Montreuil told Le Devoir in part for the article, "L’anxiété, un mal qui n’épargne pas les enfants", published May 10, 2018.

Tina Montreuil is an Assistant Professor with ECP and an Associate Member of the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University. She is director of The Childhood Anxiety and Regulation of Emotions (CARE) Research Group. She is also a Regular Investigator of the Research Unit of Children’s Psychosocial Maladjustment (GRIP) at McGill. As a licensed member of the Quebec Order of Psychologists and a credentialed member of the Canadian Association of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapies, she practices privately with children and family, focusing on cognitive-behavioural and mindfulness approaches. Dr. Montreuil's research focuses on investigating the role of belief, attitudes and emotion regulation in anxiety disorders and how deficits at the level of these strategies and affect may interfere with self-regulated learning in a group context, as well as to contribute to the development of psychopathology. In 2017 she was named as 150 Leading Canadians for Mental Health by CAMH Difference Makers.

[read ""L’anxiété, un mal qui n’épargne pas les enfants", Le Devoir, May 10, 2018]