Dr. Vallée, Clinical and Rehabilitation Psychologist, will be offering virtual sessions but also some appointments in office during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To protect our clients, we have the following precautions:
All staff are required to wear face shields.
Plexiglass is located between the doctor and the client.
The clinic is regularly sterilized between client visits.
Two air purifiers have been installed.
Please contact 519-337-8601.
Clinical psychologists are uniquely trained to assess and diagnose problems in thinking, feeling and behavior, receiving one of the highest levels of education of all health care professionals. Dr. Vallée can help individuals in Lambton County including Sarnia overcome and manage their problems by teaching them to cope more effectively with life changes and emotional adjustments.
Contact us to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Vallée and staff consider your privacy of utmost importance. If you are a patient of Dr. Vallée’s, she requires your written consent to provide information to any third party (e.g., family member, friend, doctors, lawyer, insurer, employer, others) except where Dr. Vallée is required by law to disclose information to others with or without your consent. These situations include possible suicidal or homicidal risk, possible sexual or physical abuse of a child under the age of sixteen, elder abuse, abuse by a regulated health practitioner, and in the case of a subpoena by a Court of Law.
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While the content of this website may provide some general information, for any specific question you should seek professional clinical advice.
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