Papa Ladjiké Diouf 

Papa Ladjiké Diouf is a registered psychotherapist and clinical supervisor with CRPO. He studied psychology and sociology with certificates of specialization in various issues with a basis in trauma. He has been working for 16 years as a psychotherapist, including 7 years as a clinical supervisor and trainer/teacher. He has worked in several environments (Africa and Canada) and with different clients on various issues (trauma, migration, addictions, and concurrent disorders, etc.). Currently, he is interested in historical trauma, addiction and mental health in francophone immigrant population specially ACB population. He is a clinical director in addiction and mental health treatment for Le CAP (francophone agency in Ottawa. He is the co-lead of the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion project with Addiction Mental Health Ontario, and he is also the co-lead of the Ottawa Black Mental Health Coalition.). He is the co-founder of the NGO African Woman Action (AWA) to help improve the capacities and the empowerment of women in Africa. He is married and a father of a boy and a girl.