Carine M.Diverlus, She/Her | MEd, Registered Psychotherapist
Carine Diverlus is a Registered Psychotherapist, wellness consultant,
and founder of Pieces to Peace Psychotherapy & Wellness.
She has lived experiences as a Haitian, immigrant woman.
As a Black women's therapist, Carine utilizes her educational and personal expertise
to cultivate paths towards healing.
Carine’s therapy and consulting practice is rooted in Liberation Psychology; she uses an integrative therapeutic approach drawing from Psychodynamic Theory, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy. She draws on these approaches to inform her work in culturally responsive ways as a Black therapist.
Carine helps high achieving Black women and femmes dissatisfied with their lives, move past self-sacrificing, generational survival habits to actively and routinely engage in self-discovery habits, to create their version of a peaceful life.
In working with Carine, you learn to build healthy relationships, navigate life transitions, and embrace self-discovery. She is passionate about helping you understand and show up as your truest self by looking at the "why" of your situation.
Carine supports in creating a life where you are no longer surviving but thriving.
Master of Education
Global Mental Health and Counselling Psychology
University of Toronto, Toronto ON
Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
Health Studies, Specialization in Mental Health and Addictions
McMaster University, Hamilton ON