Stéphane Grenier on Mental Health

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About Stéphane Grenier

Stéphane Grenier was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression after his return from Rwanda in 1995. In 2001, he coined the term Operational Stress Injury (OSI) and conceived, developed, implemented, and managed a government-based national peer-support program. Grenier is now an innovative consultant, keynote speaker and thought leader on Mental Health in the workplace and the community.


Grenier has been recognized for his transformational leadership style, commended for his collaborative efforts and outstanding leadership, specifically during the post war humanitarian disasters in Rwanda, and was awarded a Meritorious Service Cross by the Governor General of Canada for his work in the field of mental health and awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by the University of Guelph.

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The story of how one man’s personal pain became a professional triumph that transformed a military and redefined its medical approach to psychological injuries.

This book conveys a non-clinical prescription for a new mental health dialogue: one where the “patient” is actively involved in their journey to recovery.

The book is co-authored by Dr. Adam Montgomery and is due out in 2018.


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