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Clémence Mondot

I am a French psychologist (they/them pronouns) specialized in criminology and victimology.


On the one hand, it implies supporting people that committed and/or survived delinquent and/or criminal acts. And on the other hand, it deals with issues such as injustice and inequality and the position of marginalized groups within society. I have my expertise in both individual and collective support.

It is my vision that moving away from the classic patterns of psychology by developing alternative care is a way to cope with the rigidity of the patriarchal and capitalist system of mental health.

My practice of psychology is :

  • Affirmative: providing non-judgmental and client-centered care. Acknowledging that you are the expert in your experiences and keeping the space as horizontal as possible. 

  • Intersectional: recognising that our identities influence the kind of oppressions/stigmas/prejudices/risks we may face. And including power dynamic imbalances in my analysis and practice.

  • Feminist: recognising that mental health is an individual AND a socio-political issue. Depathologising psychological suffering by understanding it as a response to a problematic environment.

In practice, I primarily use talk therapy with a focus on the body.




Bachelor's Degree

Master's Degree

in Psychology University of Québec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT), Quebec, Canada and University Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, France. 

in Psychopathology and Health Psychology specialised in Violence, Risks and Vulnerabilities: Criminological and Victimological Psychology - University Ville-jean Rennes 2, Rennes, France. 


Ministry of Justice 

Ministry of Health



youth protection, families, juvenile center

adult psychiatry, emergencies

Individuals, groups and mediation sessions

Adolescents, young adults, adults and their social environment


International Study Days

of Psycho-criminology and Victimology

in Rennes in 2018 - Collaborative communication : Law 2016-444 on the treatment of the prostitution system: The effects of the perceived law on the representations of deviance.


Victimological analysis of the impact of so-called Islamic terrorist attacks: A comparative study between France and the Netherlands.

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