Ghislaine has extensive experience in clinical psychology, focusing on children and adolescents.
She began her career as a psychologist at a rehabilitation center and in 1991 opened her own psychotherapy office for children. In addition, she worked for 10 years as a trainer, responsible for developing treatment programs that increase communication between parents and adolescents. For the past 10 years, she has been a member of several committees (with government links), such as: Vancouver Regional Council of the Ministry of Children and Families, Canadian Armed Forces Family Resource Center, using her experience as a counselor for the development of extensive programs for children and their families in British Columbia. She has also volunteered on various projects, such as working with HIV-positive orphans in South Africa. She holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology from the University of London and a certificate in child and adult psychotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming and trauma therapy. As a volunteer, Ghislaine is responsible for the development of the training program (program for independent living skills and social integration). In addition, she offers support to the team from Sibiu.