Marie-Ève Grisé Bolduc, M.Sc., holds a Master's degree in psychoeducation (UQTR). Marie-Ève has several years of experience working in child protection services, where she developed an interest in complex trauma research and intervention. She currently is the coordinator of the Centre d'études interdisciplinaires sur le développement de l'enfant et de la famille (CEIDEF), a research agent for the STEP (Supporting the Transition to and Engagement in Parenthood) project and a lecturer in the Département de psychoéducation et de travail social at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR).
Marie-Ève was a research assistant at the Centre for Research on Children and Families (CRCF) at McGill University from 2018 to 2021. She worked at the McGill CRCF on the Attachment, Self-Regulation, Competency (ARC) project. She is now a member of the portal committee of the Canadian Consortium on Child and Adolescent Trauma.
Marie-Ève lectures on the subject of complex trauma and trauma-sensitive approaches in a variety of practical settings, both in Quebec and in France. She is also the author of the book "10 questions sur le trauma complexe chez l'enfant et l'adolescent: Mieux comprendre pour mieux intervenir", published by Éditions Midi trente. In 2021, Marie-Ève received the Student Award from the Canadian Consortium on Child and Adolescent Trauma. She is also the author or co-author of scientific articles and book chapters. Very active on social networks, she aims to raise awareness of complex trauma and trauma-informed approaches.
Contact: Marie-Eve.Grise.Bolduc [at] uqtr.ca (Email)