Who are we

Our team is formed of professionals such as clinical supervisors, therapists, and a psychomotor therapist.

We consider the parents as active members in the clinical process and we invite them to join us in frequent observations of their child and discussions with our team.

We promote collaboration with any other professional or institution attended by the child.

Our Team

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Anouk Pellerin

Assistant director of Caribou Program Montreal and Sainte-Julienne
With extensive autism experience in pre-school children aged 2 to 6, Ms. Pellerin has served as a therapist, clinical supervisor and coordinator for the past 15 years and now works as Deputy Director of the Caribou Program, focusing on both its implementation and its development. Throughout her years, she has continued to develop her autism-related knowledge working closely with IDRC, CPE, the school community and various recreational services. In addition, she remains a reference for families at the consultation level as well as their training.
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Gabrielle Flibotte

Clinical Supervisor
Gabrielle Flibotte has been working with young children presenting ASD for the last six years. She occupied various roles, including creating adapted material in a organization that provides intensive specialized intervention before joining the Caribou Program team. In 2012, she completed a Degree in Educational studies and more recently, she completed a DESS in Behavioral intervention with individuals with ASD. She was a co-trainer for the TEACCH approach.
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Amélie Fournier

Amélie Fournier is a therapist at the Caribou Program since summer 2015. Prior to joining the team, she completed with us an internship program affiliated with her university. She completed a bachelor’s degree in Psychoeducation at the Sherbrooke University and went on to complete a DESS in intervention with individuals with autism spectrum disorders. She has also completed a technical program in Social Work studies from Ontario. Adventurous, she has traveled to the North of Quebec to work with first nations students of all ages and levels.
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Nadia Benoit

Montreal coordonator
Nadia Benoit has completed studies in Education and a minor in Psychosociology of Communication at UQAM. She also obtained a DESS in Behavioral intervention with individuals with ASD. She has held the role of clinical supervisor in intensive specialized intervention with young children with ASD. Before working at the Caribou Program, she was a staff member at the Pas-à-Pas Program of the Hôpital Rivières-des-Prairies. She has worked at the Giant- Steps school as well as in daycare settings with younger children. Nadia also worked for a private clinic as an ABA therapist in family settings.
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Isabelle Greaves

Isabelle Greaves is a therapist at the Caribou Program in Ste-Julienne. Following her graduation in Special Education in 2005, she has accumulated a lot of intervention experience. From Early Stimulation Educator to Intermediate Resource Manager, she has gained extensive experience with clients such as: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, Mental Health Disorder and Severe Behavior Disorder. She is currently pursuing specialized training in language development intervention. Her varied experience for both the clientele and the surroundings made her an experienced and knowledgeable educator.