My research interests fall within a feminist, critical and interdisciplinary perspective. Transformational and emancipatory practices are at the heart of my research program which is comprised of three axes :
1) mental health interventions and the recovery approach; 2) collaborative and partnership practices within the health and social services network and 3) social work pedagogy and the creation of educational tools.
These axes overlap and are interdependent.
They stem from the main recommendations of my previous research, that is: to explore the link between perceptions of madness and the construction of social interventions; to emphasize structural theories in understanding situated actions; and to encourage social work training and education focused on a relational and strengths-based approach.