Stephane is a personal and professional coach, professor, researcher and speaker. He obtained his personal and professional coaching certification (PPCC) from the Center for Human Relations and Community Studies at Concordia University in Montreal. He is also accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF)*. He has coached a number of people in making important changes in their lives, including career and educational transitions.
He is also a passionate professor. He has been teaching psychology at Dawson College in Montreal for the past 15 years. He also teaches a variety of psychology courses at Concordia University. He has a considerable research background. For both his masters (Concordia University) and PhD theses (McGill University), He studied the neurobiological basis of memory. That is, the brain areas responsible for different types of memories.
* Stephane is accredited as an associate certified coach (ACC) by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
As described on the ICF website:
“The ICF preserves the integrity of coaching through internationally accepted professional standards. Today, ICF is specifically recognized among coaching professionals worldwide for:
Developing coaching core competencies
Establishing a professional code of ethics and standards
Creating an internationally recognized credentialing program
Setting guidelines through accreditation for coach-specific training programs
Providing focused discussion through Communities of Practice (CPs)”