WHO I AM

Dr. Suzanne Filion

First and foremost, I am a wife, mom, daughter, sister and friend who loves to trek, bike, garden, play music, read and, of course, play with the greatest dog ever, Axel. Outside my personal activities, I am a psychologist, national speaker, university associate professor, trainer, consultant and a change leader in the public sector. My work is grounded in compassion, integrity and quality. My approach is down-to-earth while meeting the highest standards of care.

Recognized for my expertise, I appeared on CTV Morning live, CTV News at Noon, and CTV News at Five, and also on Radio-Canada’s Les Matins d'ici, Le Téléjournal and Les Malins. Also, I am currently one of Bell Let's Talk national subject matter experts. Furthermore, in 2018, I was humbled to receive the national Award for Distinguished Contributions to Public or Community Service by the Canadian Psychological Association. Prior to this, in 2014, I was appointed by the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care of Ontario, the Honourable Eric Hoskins, as one of the 20 members of the Mental Health and Addictions Leadership Advisory Council.

Although I am very appreciative of these recognitions, my focus remains centred on offering the best possible services to my clients and audiences, and promoting overall wellness in our communities.

For more information on my qualifications, experience, distinctions and awards, please review my LinkedIn profile.