Group supervision

These supervision groups are designed to be relaxed and welcoming spaces that encourage the sharing of knowledge. They are limited to a dozen or so participants. Discussions focus on different clinical aspects and expose participants to multiple situations encountered in their practice as well as to various clinical approaches. Participants are also kept informed of developments in this rapidly evolving field.

Cost: $650 / 10 Meetings

Community Associations and Organizations: Individuals (or teams) who work in organizations that provide peer support services to trans, nonbinary, gender diverse people may be eligible for a reduced fee. If you think you or your team would benefit from this type of discount, please contact us to discuss the available options.

Supervision and clinical consultation hours are recognized as continuing education credits by l’Ordre des psychologues du Québec (The Quebec College of Psychologists-OPQ)

Group D (2024-2025)

Wednesdays (Montreal time zone)

Aug 28th, 2024 — 5:30-7pm
Sept 18th, 2024 — 5:30-7pm
Oct 16th, 2024 — 4:30-6pm
Nov 13th, 2024 — 3:30-5pm
Feb 12th, 2025 — 3:30-5pm
March 12th, 2025 — 3:30-5pm
April 9th, 2025 — 4:30-6pm
May 7th, 2025 — 5:30-7 pm
June 4th, 2025 — 5:30-7 pm
July 2nd, 2025 — 5:30-7 pm

Group C (2024)

Mondays – 11:30am – 1:00pm (Montreal time zone)

January 22nd, 2024
February 26th, 2024
March 18th, 2024
April 15th, 2024
May 13th, 2024
June 10th, 2024
September 23rd, 2024
October 28th, 2024
November 25th, 2024
December 16th, 2024

Group A (2024) French group

Monday – 12:00 to 1:30 pm (Montreal time zone)

January 15th, 2024
February 12th, 2024
March 11th, 2024
April 8th, 2024
May 6th, 2024
June 3rd, 2024
September 16th, 2024
October 21st, 2024
November 11th, 2024
December 9th, 2024

Format and themes

Each session consists of 10 meetings, lasting 90 minutes each, held via videoconference or teleconference. Groups are limited to 12-14 participants.


Deepening our knowledge and improving our interventions in order to provide quality services to our trans, nonbinary and gender diverse clients through a trans-affirmative approach.


Discussion of cases and questions regarding gender affirmation processes. Discussion of topics such as:


  • Impacts of minority stress on the transition process
  • The couple in transition
  • The family in transition
  • Developmental stages during and beyond transition
  • Managing mental health issues
  • Supporting through a change of course, detransition


  • Assessment of gender dysphoria, gender incongruence
  • Referral for puberty blockers
  • Differential diagnoses
  • Working with parents
  • The social transition of trans, nonbinary and gender diverse adolescents at school.
  • Working with youth protective care systems
  • Raising awareness among various environments that accommodate young individuals


  • Support for parents with a gender creative child.
  • Issues and controversies surrounding the diagnosis of gender dysphoria in prepubescent children
  • Working with schools