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Dr. Jeannie

Dr. Jeannie

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Dr. Jeannie LeMesurier is a clinical psychologist, life coach and motivational speaker. She obtained her B.A. and M.A. from McGill University, her Ph.D. from l’Université de Montréal and her Post-doctoral Fellowship from the Reiss-Davis Child Study Center in Los Angeles. She trained as a Life Coach at The Coaches Training Institute in San Rafael, California.

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Dr LeMesurier is a graduate of Jack Canfield’s elite Train the Trainers Program which focuses on delivery of his Success Principles. Jack Canfield, is America’s #1 Success coach, co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and teacher in the movie, The Secret.


I am a Clinical Psychologist and Life/Executive Coach with years of experience counseling, coaching, assessing, and diagnosing children and adults on such issues as depression, anxiety, ADHD, parenting, relationships, and matters of everyday life. My clients include businesses, schools, universities, medical, military, and mental health centers.


Fluent in English and French; Functional Spanish


U.S.A. and Canada


  • Post‑Doctoral Fellowship Fellow, Child Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
    Reiss‑Davis Child Study Center, Los Angeles, CA,
    Two-year, Full-time 1984 – 1986
  • Ph.D. Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada
    Clinical Psychology, 1981 – 1984
  • M.A. McGill University, Montreal, Canada
    Educational Psychology, 1978 – 1981
  • B.A. McGill University, Montreal, Canada
    Clinical Psychology, APA Approved, 1975 – 1978


  • Licensed Psychologist: California Board of Psychologists, PSY 9827
  • Registered Psychologist: College of Psychologists of Ontario, Canada


  • Life Coach The Coaches Training Institute
    San Rafael, California Jan 2005 – Dec 2005
  • Jack Canfield Train-The-Trainer Jack Canfield, Mentor
    One-year program, Oct 2009 – Oct 2010


  • Professor
    • Meridian University – Marin, CA, Sept 2011 – to present
      Teaching Child Psychotherapy to graduate students on-site as well as on-line.
  • Clinical Psychologist and Life Coach
    • Siyan Clinical – Santa Rosa, CA, July 2013 – to present
      As part of a psychiatric team offering psychotherapy, coaching and psychological evaluations to adults.
    • Private Practice – Santa Rosa, CA, Feb 2011 – to present
      Offer psychotherapy and life coaching on professional and personal matters, as well as for depression, anxiety, ADHD/ADD, eating disorders, and more.
    • Kingston Orthopedic and Pain Institute – KOPI, Canada, Jan 2009 – June 2009
      Part of multi-disciplinary team of physicians and physical therapists, provided psychotherapy and psychological management of pain.
  • Clinical Psychologist and Life Coach (continued)
    • Kingston Military Family Resource Center, Canada, Jan 2008 – June 2009
      Part of military medical team, provided psychotherapy and interventions for medical, psychological and relationship issues to families of the millitary during deployment to Afghanistan. Reported to referring physicians.
  • Professor
    • St-Lawrence College, Kingston, Canada, Sept 2007 – May 2008
      Taught three full-year courses in Child Development, Psychotherapy and Sociology.
  • Personal Counselor and Coach
    • Queen’s University School of Business, Canada, May 2006 – May 2007
      Provided counseling and coaching to students in the undergraduate Commerce program and
      the Ph.D. and M.Sc. Business programs.

    • Queen’s University Counseling Services, Nov 2005 – May 2008
      Provided individual short-term personal counseling to Queen’s University students.
  • Disability Advisor
    • Queen’s University Disability Services, May 2006 – May 2007
      Provided academic accommodations and counseling to university students with chronic mental illness.
  • Clinical School Psychologist in Elementary and High Schools
    • Limestone District School Board, Kingston, Ontario, Sept 2001– June 2002
    • Conseil des écoles publiques de l’est de l’Ontario, Canada, Sept 1999 – Sept 2005
    • Conseil des écoles Catholiques du centre est de l’Ontario, Sept 1999 – June 2004
    • Conseil des écoles publiques de Toronto, Sept 1999 – June 2000
    • Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board, Kingston, Ontario, Sept – Dec 2003
      Provided psychological and educational assessments and interventions for students with ADD, ADHD,
      learning disabilities and other academic, behavioral and psychological challenges in elementary and high-schools. Provided consultations and evaluation reports in French and in English to students, parents, teachers and school administrators.
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist
    • Child Psychologist in private practice in Santa Rosa, California, March 1987 ‑ 1998
      Treated children, adolescents, adults, and families, with brief or long‑term psychotherapy.
      Diagnostic evaluations. Supervised practicing therapists on child therapy cases.
  • Fellow and Psychological Assistant
    • Reiss‑Davis Child Study Center, Los Angeles, Full time Sept 1984 ‑ July 1986.
      Provided psychoanalytic psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Administered a wide range of objective and projective tests. Presented at case conferences and Grand Rounds.
      Received six hours of individual supervision weekly.
  • Independent Contractor and Psychological Assistant ‑ Post Doctoral level
    • Family Service Association, Glendale, CA, 1983 ‑ 1986
      Provided psychoanalytically oriented therapy to adolescents and adults, seen once or twice weekly.


  • Ph. D. Dissertation University de Montréal, Canada 1984.
    Irrationality of Beliefs and Social Anxiety in Adolescents.
  • M.A. Thesis McGill University, Canada 1981
    Attitudes and Experiences of Parents of Children with Mental Retardation
  • JOHNSON, J. A. The Etiology of Hyperactivity. Exceptional Children, 47 (5), 1981, 348‑354.
  • BRADLEY, I., POSER, E.G., & JOHNSON, J.A. Outcome Expectation Ratings as Predictors of Success in Weight Reduction. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36 (2), 1980, 500‑502.