Mina Popliger, PhD (She/Her)


Mina received her PhD from McGill University in the School and Applied Child Psychology program and has been a member of the OPQ since 2011. Mina has worked in various settings, including schools and non-profit organizations. As such, she is acutely aware of how multiculturalism impacts daily functioning and therapeutic outcomes. She also has extensive knowledge of school related challenges for children of all ages and their families.

Mina works with children, adolescents and young adults who face personal, familial and related social stressors. She supports individuals and their parents with behaviour problems, and social and emotional difficulties (i.e., ADHD, anxiety, depression). Mina’s approach allows her to offer a safe space for clients to address challenges, set treatment goals, and guide them to reach their full potential. Therapy and assessment services offered.