Alain Yammine is a highly skilled and experienced clinical psychologist and psychotherapist with a strong educational background. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology, equipping him with a comprehensive understanding of the field and a master’s degree in clinical psychology, which has further honed his expertise.
Alain specializes in providing psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and families, offering tailored support to address a wide range of psychological concerns. His extensive knowledge and training enable him to navigate the complexities of family dynamics, intimate relationships, and individual psychological well-being.
An esteemed member of the European Family Therapy Association (EFTA) located in Brussels, Belgium, Alain actively engages with a community of professionals who share a commitment to promoting effective therapeutic approaches within the realm of family therapy.
In addition to his proficiency in various psychotherapeutic modalities, Alain has dedicated 18 years of his career to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and the Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication-Handicapped Children (TEACCH) therapy. These specialized areas of expertise allow him to deliver targeted interventions and comprehensive support to individuals on the autism spectrum and those with communication-related challenges.
Alain’s extensive experience in ABA and TEACCH therapy equips him with a deep understanding of the unique needs and strengths of individuals with autism. Through evidence-based practices and a compassion approach, he empowers his clients to develop essential skills, enhance communication abilities, and foster overall growth and well-being.