Nour Nemr obtained her master’s degree in Clinical and Pathological Psychology at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut in 2015. Her studies in university provided her with a strong theoretical knowledge in normal and pathological development in children, adolescents and adults, as well as providing her with extensive training in multiple psychometric tools, which enhances the understanding of the psyche. During this period in university, she worked with children and adults presenting various difficulties and disorders. From Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), to substance dependency, and psychiatric disorders. As part of her master’s dissertation, she accomplished a highly commended study on the intrapsychic issues of pregnancy and maternity
After having graduated as a clinical psychologist in Lebanon, she worked with children and adolescents presenting learning disabilities, behavioral problems and various emotional issues. As well as practising child psychotherapy, Nour provided the parents with a better understanding of the child’s capabilities and psychological context, based on intellectual and affective assessments. Through her experience, she noted that parental implication and their regular meetings were crucial to the improvement of the child’s difficulties.
Now based in Québec, Nour Nemr is in the process of obtaining a license to practice independently as a member of the Order of Psychologists of Quebec (OPQ) through an equivalency process. Meanwhile, she is supervised regularly by experienced psychologists, members of the OPQ. Nour provides psychological consultations, assessments and psychotherapy for children, adolescents, families and adults, in French, English, Arabic and Spanish. Using a psychodynamic approach, her practice is based on the comprehension of the individual psychological context of the patient’s suffering. She accompanies them empathetically, in their exploration of their subconscious conflicts, both present and past, allowing them to express and respond less painfully to their true desires.