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Matthew Fleischmann

Membre de :

Réseau de l’ARC

Téléphone : 647-527-6931

Adresse courriel matthew.fleischmann@mail.mcgill.ca

Province : Ontario

Institution: McGill Mindfulness Research Lab & Allied Psychological Services

Languages: English (fluent spoken), English (fluent written)

Membre de :

Réseau de l’ARC

Téléphone : 647-527-6931

Adresse courriel matthew.fleischmann@mail.mcgill.ca

Province : Ontario

Institution: McGill Mindfulness Research Lab & Allied Psychological Services

Languages: English (fluent spoken), English (fluent written)

My primary research interests are three-fold: (1) the efficacy of mindfulness- and self-compassion -based techniques in trauma-affected populations (e.g., forensic, first responder, and veteran populations), (2) first responder mental health, resilience, post-traumatic growth, and training, and (3) police interactions with those with mental illness.

I believe that my research and clinical interests inform each other. As such, my clinical interests rest in working with first responders/public safety personnel, military veterans, forensic populations, and trauma-affected individuals more broadly. In connection to my research interests, I am fascinated by the clinical benefits of mindfulness-based interventions/therapies in ameliorating symptoms of mental illness, bolstering psychological resilience, and improving post-traumatic growth.

Chercheur

McGill University/Room 614, Education Building, 3700 McTavish Street Montreal, Quebec H3A 1Y2

Téléphone : 6475276931

Secteurs:

  • Police
  • RCMP

Régions:

  • Ontario

Domaine d'intérêt

  • Mindfulness
  • Self-compassion
  • Mental health
  • Trauma

Réseautage :

Projets en cours

  • The efficacy of an online mindfulness intervention on reducing mental health and occupational stress symptoms in Canadian police officers

Accepte d'être contacté pour collaboration.

Clinicien

• Provide individual therapy to trauma-affected populations (i.e., first responders, WSIB claimants) using Tri-Phasic Model.
• Provide couples therapy using trauma-informed Emotionally Focused Therapy couples model.
• Co-facilitate group trauma treatment.
• Provide psychological assessment and reports for various populations (i.e., MVA, Veterans Affairs, Department of National Defense, first responders, WSIB, medical/legal) using various protocols (i.e., MMSE/MOCA, BDI, BAI, WHODAS, Quality of Life, PPI, Brief Pain Inventory, PAI, substance screening, Suicidal Risk List, PCL-5, LEC, TSI-2).
• Assist with research in partnership with York University on Tri-Phasic Model of trauma treatment.
• Served as part of the UJA’s Rapid Trauma Response team in response to the Hamas terrorist attacks.
• Co-facilitated large group trainings for human services personnel from Jewish Child & Family Services in response to the attacks.

4789 Yonge Street, Suite 703 Toronto, Ontario M2N 0G3

Téléphone : (416) 733-3838

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Secteurs:

  • Border Services
  • Correctional Workers
  • Gestionnaires de situations d’urgence
  • Firefighters
  • Operational Intelligence Personnnel
  • Paramedics
  • Police
  • Public Safety Communicators
  • RCMP
  • Search and Rescue Personnel

Régions:

  • Ontario

Spécialités:

  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Depression
  • Operational Stress Injuries
  • Panic Disorder
  • PTSD/PTSI

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