Anne-Sophie Van Nieuwenhuyse

Anne-Sophie Van Nieuwenhuyse




Anne-Sophie Van Nieuwenhuyse has a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology (Laval University) and a Masters in Psychoeducation (University of Montreal). She has been working in the health care and Social Services system (CSSS) for the past 6 years and specializes with children with global developmental delays, mental retardation or pervasive developmental disorders. In recent year, she has developed a special expertise in the development and implementation of incentive programs for little ones. But foremost, she is the proud mother of a 1 1/2 year-old little girl named Josephine. Born with a few genetic surprises, Josephine has taught her family to see the world differently. A sometimes unsettling worl,d, but oh so full of joy and wonder!

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