Dre Marie-Ève Cotton

Dr. Marie-Ève Cotton is a psychiatrist on the assertive community treatment team for the Psychotic Disorder Program at the Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Montréal (CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’Île-de-Montréal). For almost 15 years, Dr. Cotton has divided her clinical practice between Montréal and Québec’s Far North. She works mainly at the Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, in Nunavik, where she goes several times a year.

Dr. Cotton earned her medical degree from Université de Sherbrooke and also completed a fellowship in ethnopsychiatry. She is Assistant Clinical Professor at Université de Montréal. Her academic fields of interest mainly concern explanatory models of mental illness among the Inuit, racism toward indigenous populations and the representation of mental illness in cinema and artistic literature.

Bell Let's Talk Day

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The Bell Let's Talk Community Fund is focused on improving access to supports and services for people living with mental illness through local projects and grassroots organizations in communities all around Canada.

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