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How to book an appointment ?

Please note that Dr. Bénédicte Blain and I are the co-directors of our clinic, Brighter Future Psychology – Neuropsychologues au Service de votre Famille. Consequently, the office space is shared with her and other colleagues who also provide psychological services to children, youth, families, and adults. You can use the link below to schedule an appointment with either myself or my colleagues.

Why choose our services?

1. We prioritize a person-centred approach, emphasizing quality of care over quantity.

2. Conveniently situated in central Ottawa, our office is easily accessible by public transportation and major highways.

3. We are dedicated to diversity and continuously work to enhance our cultural competence in serving our patients.

Ms. Béatrice Vézina

Registered Nurse and Practice Manager

Mrs. Vézina-Drapeau combines experience in working in a multidisciplinary team, clinical case management, bedside nursing and working with children with Autsim Spectrum Disorder (ASD). She can answer your questions in French and English.

You can contact her at or 613-209-2806

Dr. Bénédicte Blain

Clinical Neuropsychologist & Psychologist

Since 2011,  she works in neuropsychology with a clientele of children and adults with various neurodevelopmental disorders (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disability, language disorders, developmental coordination disorder, etc.). She also offers psychotherapy services.

Dr. Maude Lambert

Clinical Neuropsychologist & Psychologist

Dr. Lambert is a pediatric neuropsychologist who offers neuropsychological/psychoeducational assessments to children and adolescents with various neurodevelopmental disorders. Dr. Lambert has primarily worked in hospital settings in the Ottawa region and completed her neuropsychology residency in a pediatric hospital in the Toronto region.


Dr. Daria Kolmogorova

Clinical Neuropsychologist & Psychologist, Rehabilitation Psychology

Dr. Daria Kolmogorova provides assessment and treatment services to adults (aged 18-65 years). She has a special interest in helping individuals understand and manage the effects of various conditions, such as traumatic brain injury, adjustment to illness/disability, chronic pain, depression, and anxiety. Her therapeutic approach aims to foster meaningful change using a collaborative approach informed by evidence-based practices (e.g., cognitive-behavioural therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness). 

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