Geoffrey Gauvin

Photo Geoffrey Gauvin
Psychologist, lecturer and researcher
École des Psychologues Praticiens - Paris
École des Psychologues Praticiens à Paris, CRISE
Geoffrey Gauvin is a cognitive-behavioral and humanistic psychologist. He is lecturer and associate researcher at École des Psychologues Praticiens in Paris. His doctoral research (Université du Québec à Montréal) focused on suicide and life satisfaction of homeless youth. He now specialises in psychometrics and works with CRISE in developing a digital suicide prevention strategy. His research interests include psychopathology, with a focus on recovery and self-management approaches. In France, he works to build international research collaborations with Québec in the field of suicide prevention.

Geoffrey Gauvin and Réal Labelle and Marc Daigle and Jean-Jacques Breton and Janie Houle. (2020). Psychological factors strengthening homeless youths’ life satisfaction. [xx]: Journal of Social Distress and Homelessness: ([xx]) pp. [xx-xx].

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Geoffrey Gauvin and Réal Labelle and Marc Daigle and Jean-Jacques Breton and Janie Houle. (2019). Coping, social support, and suicide attempts among homeless adolescents. 40: Crisis: (6) pp. 390-399.

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R Labelle and J -J Breton and C Berthiaume and C Royer and S Raymond and M Cournoyer and Bogdan Balan and T Zaloum and A Bibaud and Geoffrey Gauvin and A Janelle. (2015). Psychometric properties of three measures of protective factors for depression and suicidal behaviour among adolescents. 60: Canadian Journal of Psychiatry = Revue canadienne de psychiatrie: (2 Suppl 1) pp. S16-S26.

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Topics of interest

Topic 1: Suicide
Topic 2: Mental Health
Topic 3: Psychometrics
Topic 4: Recovery

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