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Clémence Mondot

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I work as a psychologist 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 integrative and is based on the following approaches :

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Psychodynamic: focusing on the emotional roots of psychological suffering. Exploring and identifying patterns in our emotions, thoughts and beliefs to better understand ourselves.

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 and foster care families, juvenile centers

Adult psychiatry and psychiatric emergencies

Individuals, groups and co-mediations

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.


Grief, trauma & dissociation

Sex work therapist training

AFTD, France

ESWA, Europe

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