Psychologist, Eating Disorders Program, Douglas Institute
After getting her undergraduate degree from McGill University, Lea Thaler completed her PhD in clinical psychology in 2010 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Eating Disorders Program at the Douglas Institute and was hired as a clinical psychologist in the Eating Disorders Program in January 2013.
Lea Thaler’s earlier research was in the area of female sexual dysfunction. She investigated cognitive and physiological processes implicated in female sexual pain disorders. More recently, she has been conducting research in the area of eating disorders. Her current research interests lie in the areas of molecular genetic and personality factors that influence eating disorder symptoms and treatment outcomes.
Clinique externe - Troubles de l'alimentation Pavilion
Room Bureau Q-2112
6603-6605, boulevard LaSalle