Marie-France Bolduc




Marie-France is the cofounder of the Contextual Psychology Institute with her husband Benjamin. She has a passion for everything that touches human relationships. Curious, creative and generous, she is deeply appreciated by her clients.

Marie-France is a psychologist deeply versed in ACT, mindfulness and third wave therapies. Her direct and warm style as well as her deep empathic listening skills leave their mark on all who know her. A creative therapist, she imagined many of the exercises and metaphors of the book La thérapie d’acceptation et d’engagement, guide clinique, which she co-authored.

She works with adults, mainly in Mont-Saint-Hilaire. In her clinical practice, she combines ACT and FAP (a therapeutic-relationship focused approach) in working with the full arc of psychological difficulties, including personality disorders and complex cases.

George has specialized primarily with the adult population but also works with teens. He offers his services in English and in French.
George practices primarily from an Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) perspective, incorporating elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and self-compassion as needed. However, as everyone’s struggles are unique, he tailors his approach to meet clients’ individual needs in the present moment. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship/family difficulties, substance use, burnout, work-life balance, or life transitions (to name a few), he will work collaboratively with you to help you achieve your goals.


If I’m scared? All the time! My yard is filled with fears I’ve tamed. I’ve learned to make room for them to get close to what matters to me and to those I love. I move forward, one step at a time, with gratitude and appreciation for this precious life.