Jessica Boisselle-Ladouceur’s mission is to improve quality of life of children between
the ages of 0 and 12 showing difficulties (social, behavioural, learning or anxiety)
by providing professional support to the child, parents and educators.
Using current, effective and specialized intervention methods, Jessica answers the
children’s and parents’ needs.
Jessica Boisselle-Ladouceur is trained and has experience with children living with
an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), developmental delays and Attention Deficit Disorder
with or without Hyperactivity (ADD\ADHD).
In her practice, Jessica collaborates with the parents and educators in order to
maximize the children’s progress. During her interventions, she identifies and reinforce
their strenghts and interests and uses them to help the children reach their full
Jessica Boisselle-Ladouceur is a psychoeducator, member of the professionnal association
of Quebec psychoeducators (OPPQ). Jessica worked more than 10 years in the childhood
intervention field; supporting and coaching parents and educators in order to promote
an optimal development of children with special needs (Autism Spectrum Disorder,
developmental delays, anxiety and behavior issues).
Jessica Boisselle-Ladouceur has worked in many different environments; readaptation
centers, schools, daycares, daycamps, hospital, community crisis center, residential
- Diploma of Specialized Higher Studies in the supervision of interventions for people
with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Laval University).
- Master’s Degree in Psychoeducation (Sherbrooke University).
- Bachelor’s Degree in Psychoeducation (Montreal University).
The psychoeducational service consists of doing an evaluation of the adaptation capacity
and difficulties, in order to determine an action plan. Then, the psychoeducator
supervises the implementation of the plan and performs a follow-up. All these steps
are done taking into consideration the progress of the person’s adaptive capacity
and the improvement of the environmental conditions.
“The goal is to achieve optimal adaptation of the human interaction with the environment.”