The team


Hélène Nadeau

Executive Director

After completing my training in art education, I worked in museums as an educator. Through my professional life and with the addition of training, I have become a manager of NPOs in the cultural and educational fields. To be at LumiVie is to have the chance to work in a caring community for human beings in need.

Line Bilodeau

Executive Director Assistant

Administrative assistant in a private company for several years, I reoriented my professional career towards the helping relationship in 2009.

Seduced by the humanistic approach taught at the Centre de relation d’Aide of Montréal, I completed my 3-year training, adding a specialty in grief support.

LumiVie is a work environment that allows me to combine the two worlds of administrative management and counselling, a world that involves both the head and the heart.


France Bilodeau

As a counsellor at LumiVie, my role is to support, guide and help the bereaved throughout the sessions on grief. But above all, to allow them to express their experiences in a climate of listening, respect and non-judgment.

Line Bilodeau

I have been a counsellor and facilitator at LumiVie since 2012.  My deepest motivation since the very beginning is to offer a presence and a listening quality for whoever feels the need.  I value the acceptance of differences and the respect of each person’s rhythm, while respecting their freedom.

Diane Cloutier

Thérapeute en relation d’aide (TRAMD ) and Clinical Hypnotherapist

Living a bereavement is never easy. It is with all my heart and my sensitivity that I provide support to people in mourning during these difficult moments.

Louise Lavigne

Thérapeute en relation d’aide (TRAMD )

As a counsellor, I offer gentle, respectful and empathetic listening. Each bereavement experience is precious and I feel blessed to support the bereaved towards a hope that is unique for each person.

Pascal Petit

Thérapeute en relation d’aide (TRAMD )

As a counsellor, I am committed to offering a unique, precious and respectful listening to the bereaved. Each bereavement is unique and it is a great honour for me to be at LumiVie to support them in their grieving process.

Caroline Caty
I worked for many years in schools, first as an education technician and then as a psychoeducator. I’m delighted to join the warm-hearted LumiVie team. I will accompany the bereaved with a great deal of empathy and sensitivity.
Nicole Vernier

I feel privileged to contribute to LumiVie’s mandate as a grief counsellor. Through my work, I seek to offer a warm welcome and attuned listening to anyone who is grieving, including care givers. Given that each grief is unique and different in its own way, it is important for me to offer presence, listening and compassion to each person I meet with.