Dr. Miglena Grigorova holds a doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from McGill University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours) degree from Concordia University. She has completed two post-doctorate fellowships, one at the Department of Neurology at Boston University and the second one at McGill University.
During her training, Dr. Grigorova conducted scientific research in the area of psycho-neuro-endocrinology – a fancy term that basically means the study of how brain and hormones interact to affect behaviour. Dr. Grigorova was particularly interested in how hormones such as estrogen, progesterone, and thyroid affect working memory in women. She has published numerous scientific papers and presentations on the topic.
Dr. Grigorova’s training and clinical experience have been in pediatric and adult neuropsychology, geriatrics, and psychotherapy. She has taught child development and clinical assessment courses at Vanier and McGill University.
Dr. Grigorova founded the MNC Clinic in 2009 and has been in full-time in private practice ever since. She divides her clinical services between neuropsychological evaluations and psychotherapy. Her therapy approach is based on a combination of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CPT).
She is passionate about nature, animals, design, photography, value-based living and mindful mediation.