Anne-pier Voyer, Ph.D.

 Anne-Pier Voyer, Ph.D. Menlo Park, San Francisco

Anne-Pier Voyer, Ph.D.
Menlo Park, San Francisco

Dr. Voyer (PSY30388) is a licensed psychologist working with children, teenagers, young adults and families. She always wants to make sure she creates a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere

Dr. Voyer received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Laval University, Québec city, Canada and completed a health psychology fellowship at the internationally renowned Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), Toronto, Canada, in the Chronic Pain and Eating Disorder clinics. Her previous clinical experiences include an internship at the Centre de pédopsychiatrie de Québec (CIUSSCN) in child and adolescent psychiatry and at the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université Laval (CHUL) in neuropsychology and adolescent medicine. Dr. Voyer also worked at the Centre de pédopsychiatrie de Québec in the inpatient unit, the Anxiety and the Eating Disorder clinics while working in a private clinic (Clinique Enfance, Famille et Santé). She also has more than ten years of experience working with children and adolescents as a violin teacher.

Dr. Voyer’s research interests include the social competence of children and adolescents with cerebral palsy and the psychological impact of food allergy on children, adolescents and their families. During her graduate training, Dr. Voyer completed a research internship on the latter topic at the University of Derby, United Kingdom, under the supervision of Dr. Rebecca Knibb. She later developed a training program for health professionals who have to deal with different psychological aspects related to the management of food allergy and collaborated on different publications for Allergies Québec.

Dr. Voyer is fluent in both English and French and can provide services in either language.

Selected publications:

Lieberman, Melissa, Houser, Melissa, Voyer, Anne-Pier and Katzman, Debra (In preparation), A
    comparative study of ARFID and anorexia in children under 13 in a tertiary care setting.

Voyer, Anne-Pier, Nadeau, Line and Tessier, Réjean (2018), Social dominance in children with cerebral palsy during a problem-solving task with peers, Disability and Rehabilitation, 40 (19), 2288-2292.

Voyer, Anne-Pier, Tessier, Réjean and Nadeau, Line (2017), Sociometric status and the attribution of intentions in a sample of adolescents with cerebral palsy, Disability and Rehabilitation, 39 (5), 477-482.


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