Ms. Laetitia Urvoy

Child Psychologist

Master’s in Clinical Psychology

Laëtitia Urvoy joined the ACSA team in 2015. She comes from France where she worked as a Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist. Ms. Urvoy completed her Master’s Degree/DESS in Clinical Psychology and Psychopathology at the University of Angers, France, in 2005 and is a licensed Clinical Psychologist/Psychotherapist with the Healthcare Professional Council of France Agence Regional de Santé (ARS).

She worked in France, primarily at a Specialized Hospital in Psychiatry “Fondation Bon Sauveur” for 5 years (2005 to 2010). She has vast experience with working in different child mental Health departments (consultation center, day-care unit for children and teenagers). As a team member, Laëtitia was in charge of providing assessment/diagnosis and psychological support/psychotherapy (individual or group) to children between 0 and 18 years old and their families.

In addition to her clinical practice, Laëtitia worked as a psycho-educational psychologist in French schools and nurseries in the Middle-East (from 2011 to 2014). She provided psycho-educational assessments in the case of learning issues, development delay or giftedness. She participated in Specialized Education Programs, and offered trainings/clinical support to nursery staff.

Laetitia’s practice is grounded in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy. She has been participating actively in psychoanalytic workshops and trainings animated by French association “Forum du Champ Lacanien” where she earned extensive training with personal psychoanalysis and supervision of her professional activities.

Laetitia utilizes an integrative approach by incorporating other therapeutical models as appropriate for the patient: « Thérapie d’échange et développement » for young children with development delay/communication disorder or self-compassion-based approaches for example.

Ms. Urvoy has diagnosed a large range of developmental delays, psychopathological and neuropsychological issues and learning disabilities. As far as the treatment of children and teenagers is concerned, Mrs. Urvoy has a particular interest in the use of creative and expressive therapies, such as art, narrative/story-telling, creative writing and play, which she uses to achieve therapy goals.

Having Mrs. Urvoy in the ACSA Team guarantees provision of the highest professional health care service you deserve.

Laetitia Urvoy